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Class Preparation

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The business observed: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://www.facebook.com/CDC Even though facebook is becoming a less frequently used platform among millennials, I chose CDC’s facebook page because I wanted to contrast the page with the only social media I currently… Continue Reading →

Keyword class prep

“The dream job”: https://jobs.cdc.gov/job/atlanta/public-health-advisor/250/3325697 A brief list of keywords/phrases: business writing (as I hope to take a business writing course before my planned graduation date/this would be applicable to relevant course experience) procedures (can be a rather broad term, and applicable… Continue Reading →

In Class Notes: TPS Activity RA1 and RA2

The first article I annotated was Wickman, C. (2014). Wicked Problems in Technical Communication. Journal Of Technical Writing & Communication, 44(1), 23-42. The information and ideas covered in this article were very easy to visualize and synthesize. (1) Problem solving involves… Continue Reading →

SLC: Research + Questions

  R+Q Whitefoord has a couple of school-based health centers. There is an organization that supports (and funds, and keeps track of) school based health centers: HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration, part of the US Dept of Health and… Continue Reading →

Protected: Multimodal “Marketing” Flyer

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Syllabus Quiz

What are the major projects? In a bulleted list, provide links to the project descriptions for each of them. There are four major projects: Individual reading annotations  Individual pitch presentation Collaborative final service learning packet Individual online professional profile How… Continue Reading →

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