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TWC301 by Mind Map: TWC301
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Personal Goals

Stay in Shape by running 3-6 miles 3-4 times a week

Complete my Degree one day at a time

Run a 10K (6.1 miles)

Run a Half Marathon (13.1 miles)

Run a Full Marathon (26.2 Miles)

Things I Have Learned

Notes from Reading

Banging my head on the wall doesn't hurt as much once the bleeding starts.

Scrolling to the bottom of the page is VERY important.

It takes a few tries to create and complete a task successfully

Notes on Writing Instructions

Things to remember: 1. Create a title that explains what the instructions are  "How to...." 2. Use action verbs in the beginning   "Pick up, take, hold...." 3. Use short clear sentences with words that are common. 4. Avoid words with more than one meaning. 5. Make sure to include any cautions, warnings, or dangers. 6. Be Specific. Other things to think about: Don't assume that everyone will know as much as you pictures are worth a thousand words


Does your work constitute fair use?  If the answer is yes to the following questions you are good. 1. Are you creating something new? 2. Is the copyrighted work factual? 3. Is the portion of the work used small in amount and significance in relation to the entire work? 4. Does your use have little or no market impact on the copyrighted work? What is public domain? Works published in the U.S. before 1923 Works published in the U.S. in 1923 through 1963 Works published by the U.S. Federal Government Things not considered public domain: Works published in the U.S. in 1964 through 1977 - Automatic copyright renewal protects the work for 95 years. Works published in 1978 or later - Work is protected by copyright for the life of the author plus 70 years. (a longer copyright term may apply) What Work Does Copyright Protec? Literature Music Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions Sound recordings Pantomimes and choreography Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures Architectural designs Exampls of Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Criticism Comment News reporting Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom Scholarship and research Parody Creative Commons - Is a non-profit organization that provides free licenses and other legal tools to mark creative work with the freedom the creator wants it to have.  Can be used to change your copyright terms from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.”  Works alongside copyright, so you can modify your copyright terms to best suit your needs.  

Frustrations I am Overcoming

Learning a ton of new software in a short amount of time is driving me crazy

the help videos don't reflect what I am actually seeing and I cant figure out why

way technology works together is not consistent. arg

Objectives/ Outcomes(ie Goals)

Rhetorical Knowledge

Critical Thinking, Reading , Writing


Knowledge of Convention