As I've been perusing your websites, and begun adding grades to my grading sheets, in order to update the grade book, a very strong impression is being communicated that it's o.k. to use any image you want to on your website. This is wrong, for a number of reasons, not the least of which is Copyright infringement.
But an even greater message is being missed: who's website is it?
These are YOUR websites, intended to profile your work, and what's going on in our classes, not a promotional site for whatever video game you're excited about.
DISCUSSION FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2015
CONTENT - What is it?
COPYRIGHT - What does it mean?
CONSEQUENCES - What are they, and what relevance do they have at Mission Hills High School?
Next Digital Photography Lesson: "Reflections"
- Define it in your own words
- Write a proposal of how you will portray it photographically
- Shoot photos
- Blog about it, including samples (screen captures)
- Archive the best ones in your Google Drive in the "Finals" folder
Graphic Design – All classes – Poster Design
Finish up your Zentangle and Geometric Symmetrical projects this week so we can start the next project:
Social Justice Poster: I've decided we're all going to work on one social justice theme, in conjunction with a topic that has been prevalent on campus these past two weeks and will be the topic of a special lesson next Friday (March 27th, 2015): "Cyber-Bullying."
- Following the Design Process, and using the notes from the handout I gave you last week (Advanced class received it last year), design a poster on the social injustice issue of Cyber Bullying.