Hello IP Warriors!
UPDATE: ALL WHO POSTED LINKS TO YOUR GOOGLE DOCS DRAFT RECEIVED FEEDBACK FROM ME (except Laura, see my comment below your link). SEE YOUR IP DRAFT FOR MY COMMENTS!
Students wanting more feedback on their draft — especially students who are late to drafting — MAKE AN APPOINTMENT in the Writing Center now, since appointments book fast at the end of the semester!
This weekend is a drafting weekend, and to do this, please create a Google Doc. to draft your IP project.
For those new to Google docs, see “How to Create and Share a Google Document” here: http://heavy.com/tech/2014/03/how-to-make-a-google-doc-in-3-steps/
Note last step: “Type in the e-mail addresses for those who you want to share the document with.” My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure you give me permission to EDIT document and not simply VIEW it. The default is view, so you’ll need to change this. See these tips: http://googledrive.blogspot.com/2010/10/tips-tricks-sharing-google-docs-like-pro.html
If you allow me to Edit, then I will be able to make comments and provide feedback on your draft. If you do not allow me to edit, I will be unable to comment.
See assignments for your weekend work, and as soon as you’ve created your Google doc and begun drafting, post a link here —
POST A LINK TO YOUR GOOGLE DOC as a REPLY to this post. (This allows me easy access to all Google docs).