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ALES 204 Module 3 Lab D5 & D6<br />TAs:<br />D7: Marie-Claude Roy (roy4@ualberta.ca) <br />(September 22 lab: Angie Chiu)<...
Step 1: Creating your professional Facebookprofile<br />‘Create a Page’ on FacebookOR  create a profile<br />Customize you...
Step 2: Take a picture of your profile or page <br />Use “PrtScr” key on any Windows keyboard<br />(Command + Shift + 3 on...
Step 3: Upload your picture to Flickr<br />Create a profile or sign-in to Flickr<br />Crop your screen shot or upload as-i...
Step 4: Put your picture into a blog post for Module 3<br />Create a new post<br />Use the “Add Image” icon in Blogger<br />
Step 5: Complete your Module 3 blog post<br />Why did you choose to set-up your professional Facebook profile the way you ...
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Facebook Page/Profile Assignment in Angie's Words

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Facebook Page/Profile Assignment in Angie's Words

  1. 1. ALES 204 Module 3 Lab D5 & D6<br />TAs:<br />D7: Marie-Claude Roy (roy4@ualberta.ca) <br />(September 22 lab: Angie Chiu)<br />D6: Pamela Bentley (pbentley@ualberta.ca) <br />Agenda: <br />Public speaking<br />Facebook/Flickr activity<br />
  2. 2. Step 1: Creating your professional Facebookprofile<br />‘Create a Page’ on FacebookOR create a profile<br />Customize your page<br />
  3. 3. Step 2: Take a picture of your profile or page <br />Use “PrtScr” key on any Windows keyboard<br />(Command + Shift + 3 on a Mac computer)<br />The image of your screen will be saved to the computer clipboard<br />Open Paint, Paste the picture and Save<br />http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Microsoft-Windows<br />
  4. 4. Step 3: Upload your picture to Flickr<br />Create a profile or sign-in to Flickr<br />Crop your screen shot or upload as-is<br />
  5. 5. Step 4: Put your picture into a blog post for Module 3<br />Create a new post<br />Use the “Add Image” icon in Blogger<br />
  6. 6. Step 5: Complete your Module 3 blog post<br />Why did you choose to set-up your professional Facebook profile the way you did?<br />This blog post is PART of your e-portfolio!<br />Remember to review all the Facebook profile marking rubric on the class blog as well as the criteria for all blog posts:<br />1.   Include at least one image<br />2.    Include at least one external link (somewhere out in the WWW) <br /> 3. Include at least one reference to a fellow student’s blog post (youmust link to the post, i.e. internal link)<br />4.    Be on topic (i.e. related to our class work). <br />5. Each blog post should be at least two paragraphs but no more than four.<br />

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