Earlier today, I presented the talk “Compositing Self in a Surveillance Culture: Reminiscences and Notes on Teaching Personal Branding in College Writing Courses.”
The following artifacts and resources were alluded to or directly cited during the presentation.
- Interactive Syllabus for Rhetoric and Advertising (ENG 384a)
- Homework Schedule for Rhetoric of Advertising (ENG 384a)
- Major Assignment for Personal Branding: Creating Online Personae
- Crowdsourced Bio-Analysis (Exemplifies Researching about Personal Branding)
- A Tribute to ENG 384a Students (Examples of Student Work and Discussion of their Final Presentations)
- Bibliography of SAMLA 2015 Presentation
Note: I am not including a copy of the talk because it is an article in-progress.
You are welcome to adapt these materials, but please know that they are protected by a Creative Commons license (see Course Philosophy). Please include the following copied and pasted attribution to any modifications or links to my work:
Alexandria Lockett, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
If you attended my talk, I am grateful for your time and participation.
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