CT101 Final Blog Post & Course Completion Information
**Please read all of the information below carefully & mark your calendars**
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Here we are in the final 2 weeks of our Fall 2020 semester. I wanted to get things set in advance to help and give everyone enough time to complete our course. Please know, I am here to help in anyway that I can. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. Please know, it is not too late to catchup if you are a bit or even far behind.
The last day of classes is Wednesday December 9th but I will be hosting a live Zoom session scheduled for Thursday December 10th from 10AM -12PM to serve as a platform for those who have specific questions, need help with troubleshooting their websites and helping clarify anything to help us complete the semester. (the zoom link info is the same as always) As you know, the Zoom sessions are not mandatory but serve as a synchronous space for our class meetings. Most class sessions have video tutorials that are recorded and added to the weekly blog posts on our class calendar page here.
**Final Blog Post Submission Guidelines**
Please make sure you follow each step below – Each student will write and publish a Final Course Reflection Blog Post. (The details are below)
You will publish this post to the CT101 website. You will E-Mail the direct link of this blog post to me – firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday December 18th by 12 pm – Noon, please.
*Please do not e-mail the final blog post link to me before Tuesday December 15th.
*The e-mail subject should say: “CT101 Final Blog Post/Your First & Last Name”
Here is the e-mail subject example – CT101 Final Blog Post / Ryan Seslow
Here is an example below for finding a blog post’s direct URL – (this is the direct link to the content you see at the moment in the web browser address bar at the top of the browser) The post must be published in order to copy it and paste it into your e-mail to me – it would look something like this below.
*Your final blog post is Mandatory, it serves as our final exam and final project and it must include the information stated below:
Your final blog post will be a detailed narrative and re-cap of what you have learned in CT101, and a reflection and assessment of what grade you have earned in our class and why you deserve that grade? (Yes, you must include this part!)
What did you enjoy about our class and how you will apply your new skills into the world. Will you maintain and keep up your new website? If so, how? If not, Why not? Your final blog post should include a culmination of supporting images, GIFs, hyperlinks and writing. Please let this post display the best of your skills sets learned and applied! (The post must include more than 1 single image, GIFs, Hyperlinks and supporting Verbiage! Make it your BEST work!)
*Final Website Link & Description – As a part of the final blog post each student will be sharing their new website link URL (your domain name) and will give a brief descriptive tour of their website and share how the website is being used, plus a few words on your successes, frustrations and an over-all assessment of building and having a website. (If you did not build a website this semester you must state that in your final post.)
**Not mandatory, but if you would like the opportunity to present your final blog post & website to me during a Zoom session next Tuesday the 15th or Thursday the 17th @ 10am – 12pm I will be in Zoom and happy to meet with you there!
*The Final Blog Post submission requirements as stated above are Mandatory, please let me know if you have any questions.
All questions should be sent to – email@example.com
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