Instructions for turning in final submission of Issue/Cause site

Each group member will turn in the final submission of the Issue/Cause site by linking to it, with an image, title, and summary, on the Portfolio page of their personal website—do not link to a separate page on the site.

As with the first submission, each of you will fill out a form rating the contributions to the project made by yourself and the other members of your group.

Please download the form, rename it YourLastName-group_review2, complete it, and upload it to your MIX Google Drive Course Folders before the submission deadline.

The link on the portfolio page should consist of:

  1. A link to the site; the most logical place for this link will be the title (although other options are possible). This link should be a text link like those on this page, not a plain URL.
  2. An image, appropriately sized for your layout, that is representative of the site (for some visual appeal).
  3. A descriptive title (not “Issue Website” but “Drug Addiction in West Virginia: How Do We Move Forward?”).
  4. short summary of the site so readers will know what they are clicking on (not, “My assignment for ENGL 303,” but “An examination of drug addiction in Southern West Virginia, featuring links to local resources.”). The group can save effort by writing one summary for all group members to use.

Follow the guidelines for effective image placement we have discussed previously. See the examples below for ideas:

[Example 1 – Left justified image]

How to Make Multicolored Calendar Balls Affordable in this Economy

Rhombic Dodecareuleaux Calendar 2013 by Philip Chapman BellOn this site, our group explains why multicolored calendar balls have become so expensive and provides visitors with resources and design strategies to make to help make the dream of owning a multicolored calendar ball more accessible for students at West Virginia University.

image creditPhilip Chapman-Bell

[Example 2 – Centered image]

How to Make Multicolored Calendar Balls Affordable in this Economy

Rhombic Dodecareuleaux Calendar 2013 by Philip Chapman Bell

image creditPhilip Chapman-Bell

On this site, our group explains why multicolored calendar balls have become so expensive and provides visitors with resources and design strategies to make to help make the dream of owning a multicolored calendar ball more accessible for students at West Virginia University.

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