No unread replies.No replies. According to a 2016 survey (Links to an external site.) most U.S. adults get their news from social media. From there the survey further shows that Facebook Instagram and YouTube users “happen upon” their news rather than actively seeking it (like most users of LinkedIn Twitter and Reddit). Now that youve read about how social feeds work and about how important algorithms are (even though theyre largely invisible) share your thoughts about the readings. What surprised you? Do you care how companies like Facebook or Apple determine what you see in your feeds? How do you come across your news? And why exactly are algorithms so important anyway? In your 200 word response please use at least one quotation from the long article “The Relevance of Algorithms.” Feel free to quote from the video too if youd like but Im most interested in hearing your thoughts and opinions.
1. Post: In your long post (200 words) please share your thoughts about the readings. Use at least one quotation from “The Relevance of Algorithms.” Again Im most interested in hearing your honest thoughts.
2. Respond: Please respond to at least one other student post (25 words).
Directions: Respond to this discussion by clicking “Reply” below. Write your post and click “Post Reply.” After you post please respond to at least one other student post by clicking “Reply” and then “Post Reply.” . View the following accounts of settlers traveling to a new land. Then in your post discuss one substantive similarity and one substantive difference between the two accounts. Substantive comparisons and contrasts reflect critical thinking and depth of analysis; they will NOT relate to location year or gender of writer. Once you have posted substantively respond to two other postings. Simply “I agree” and “You have done a great job” are NOT substantive responses. Do not use the words â€œstuffâ€ and â€œthingâ€ in your submissions. These words are too generic for college level writing. Use more descriptive words that specifically communicate your meaning. Although this is not an English class spelling and grammar do matter. You must effectively communicate your point if your writing is riddled with spelling and grammar errors it will detract from the argument you are creating. Gottlieb Mittelberger (Links to an external site.) NOTES: Indentured or bonded servants were an important source of labor in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century America. The term generally refers to immigrants who in return for passage from Europe to America had bound themselves to work in America for a number of years after which time they would become completely free. The practice was closely related to the tradition of apprenticeship in which a youth was assigned to work for a master in a certain trade and in return was taught the skills of the trade (Links to an external site.). Convicts were another important source of colonial labor; thousands of English criminals were sentenced to labor in the colonies for a specified period after which time they were freed. Gottlieb Mittelberger came to Pennsylvania from Germany in 1750. He returned to Europe four years later. Mittelbergers own fortunes were not so bleak as those of his shipmates. Mittelberger served as a schoolmaster and organist in Philadelphia for three years. He returned to Germany in 1754. Amelia Stewart Knight (Links to an external site.) NOTES: The experience of migrating west into territory still controlled by Native Americans was difficult and dangerous. In these diary excerpts we find the experience of Amelia Stewart Knight who traveled with her husband and seven children from Iowa to Oregon in 1853. She was pregnant the entire trip and gave birth to her eighth child on the side of the road near the journeyâ€™s end. Discussion assignments meet the Student Learning Outcomes for History 1301:
Requirements: n.a Create an argument through the use of historical evidence (Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Personal Responsibility; Social Responsibility). SLO1 Analyze and interpret primary and secondary sources (Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Personal Responsibility; Social Responsibility). SLO2
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