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Name DianaJorge

Date

March,17th,2015

Unit3.InteractivePosters

CRITERIONA.InquiringandAnalysing

Part1.ProblemandNeed

1.Topics:PutanXbesidethetopicassignedtoyou.

Creatingandusingpasswords

Digitalfootprint:Informationandmaterials
thatyouleaveonline

Cyberbullying

Phishing

Netiquette:Appropriateconductonline

Internetaddictionanddigitalhealth

Copyright,FairUse,PublicDomain&Creative
Commons:Responsibleuseofonlinematerials

Onlinesafetyandsecurity

Identitytheft

Socialnetworks

2.In1paragraph,conductaresearchanddiscusswhatyourtopicisallabout.

Copyrightisveryimportantinthedigitalworld.Itsveryimportanttofollowtherules.Ifrulesabout
copyrightandfairusearentfollowed,thenthepersondoingthiswillgetintotrouble.Creativecommons
wascreatedtoavoidanyproblemswithcopyrightandfairuseinthedigitalworld.Creativecommonsisa
nonprofitorganizationthatallowsimagesonlinetobeusedfreely.Itfindspicturesforyouthatcanbe
alteredandchangedtoallowcreativity.Howeverthereareusuallysomeconditions.Usuallyitjust
involvescitingthelinkfromwherethepictureisfrom,butjustbasicthings.Creativecommonsisntonly
usedtogetpictures.Itsalsousedsothatyoucanshareyourownpictureswithothersontheinternet.All
youhavetodoisgetacopyrightlicense.Gettingthislicensejustmeansthatwhenyouputyourown
picturesonline,itbasicallygivesotherspermissiontouseyourpicturesandevenchangethemifthey
wantto.

Willard,Nancy."SafeandResponsibleUseoftheInternet:."
Ntia.doc.gov
.Ntia,n.d.Web.19Mar.2015.
<http%3A%2F%2F
www.ntia.doc.gov%2Flegacy%2Fntiahome%2Fntiageneral%2Fcipacomments%2Fcomments%2Fwillard
%2FChapters.htm
>.

3.Discussatleast3reasonswhythereisaneedtocreateaninteractiveposterforthistopic.

a.

Firstly,toraiseawarenessaboutunfairuseofmaterials.Itmaybepossiblethattherearepeople
aroundtheworldthatdontknowthattheyarenotallowedtousecopyrightimages.Perhapsthey
mayuseacopyrightimageandtheymaygetintroublebuttheywouldntevenknow.Itsimportant
totellthosepeopleaboutthisproblem.

b.

Secondly,totryandraiseawarenesstotryandavoidplagiarism.Almosteveryoneplagiarizes.Its
importanttotellthosepeopleabouttheconsequences.Perhaps,ifIcantellthemthatthereare

seriousconsequencesforplagiarizing,thentheymightstopplagiarizingandusingonlinematerial
andimagesunfairly.

c.

Lastly,thisposterwouldbeadvertisingCreativecommonsanditwouldpromotesharing.Notjust
sharing,butfairsharing.ThenpeoplewouldstarttorealizeandlearnaboutCreativecommonsand
thentheywouldbeinspiredtosharetheirpicturesonlineforotherstosee,learn,andmaybeeven
change.Itwouldbasicallypromotelegalonlinesharing.

Part2.Analyzingexistingproducts
Lookfor3onlinepostersrelatedtoyourtopic:1outstandingposter,1average,1poorlydone.
Comparethese3onlinepostersusingyourowncriteria.
(Pleasenote:Iamgradingoutof7)

Criteria

Poster1

Poster2

Poster3

Link:
http://www.visualinf
ormation.info/wpconten
t/uploads/2011/11/Teac
hCreativeCommonsIn
fographic.jpg

Link:
https://www.cio.wis
c.edu/wpcontent/uploa
ds/2015/01/poster_copy
wrong.pdf

Link:
http://www.concordi
a.edu/page.cfm?page_I
D=2573

A.Content

7:Thisposterwasthe
mostinformative.Ithink
ithadalotofhelpful
andusefulinformation.
Also,therewasntany
irrelevantinformation.
Alltheinformationon
theposterisuseful.

6:Ithinkthattherewas
justenoughcontent.
Therecouldhavebeen
alittlemoreextra
information,butIthink
therewasenoughfor
theviewertogetan
understanding.Itwas
alsothemostimportant
informationandthere
wasnoirrelevant
information.

5:Ithinkthecontentfor
thisposterwasokay.It
wasgood,butIthink
thattherewasalotof
obviousandirrelevant
informationintheposter
thatcouldhavebeen
takenout.

B.Design&Layout

6:Thedesignwasquite
goodbecausethereare
symbolsanddiagrams
tomaketheinformation

6:Ithinkthiswasavery
nicedesignandlayout
becausetheinformation
waspresentedinaclear

4:Ireallydidntlikethe
layoutanddesignfor
thisposter.Ithought
thatitwasveryboring

easiertounderstand.
Butitcouldhavebeen
madealittlebitnicer
becausethecolors
chosenwerentvery
goodandtheydidnt
reallymatch.

wayanditwasnicehow
themostimportantrules
tofairuseofpictures
andotherthingsonline,
waswrittenonthe
chalkboard.Alongtime
ago,teachersusedto
makekidswritewhat
theyWILLNOTdo.So
itsnicehowthiskidwas
writingwhatshouldnt
bedoneona
chalkboard.

andthecolorscheme
wasalsoquiteboring.
Theinformationwas
alsodisplayedinquitea
boringway.

C.Utility

7:Ithoughtthatthis
posterwasreallyuseful
becauseIlearntalot
fromit.Itwasextremely
informative.Butthe
goodthingaboutit,is
thatitwasntjust
randompointless
information,therewas
importantanduseful
information.

6:Ithinkthatthisposter
wasquiteuseful
becausetherewasthe
mainkeyideastofair
useofonlinematerial.I
alsothinkitwasnice
howtheyaddedrulesto
whatwe,thedigital
citizensdo.

6:Ithoughtthisposter
wasalsoquiteuseful
becauseitfirststarted
offwithsomebasic
backgroundinformation,
andthenatthebottom,
therewassometipson
fairuseofonline
materials.

D.Creativity

6:Ithoughtthatthis
posterwasquite
creativebecausethe
informationwas
displayedinasimple
butlegibleway.There
werealso(asI
mentionedearlier)
symbolsandtheir
meanings.ButIthink
theycouldhavecome
upwithamorecreative
wayofshowingthe
information.

7:Ithinkthatthiswas
themostcreativeposter
ofthethreeofthem
becauseofthewaythe
informationwas
displayed.Ijustreally
lovedthefacthowthe
informationwasbeing
writtendownona
chalkboard.

6:Idontthinkthis
posterwasvery
creative.AsImentioned
earlier,thereisnta
varietyofcolorsanditis
notappealingtothe
eye.

E.Accessibility

6:Ithinkitwas
accessible.Thereason
forthisisbecauseI
searchedjustcreative
commonsadvertising
andIscrolleddowna
littlebitandthenIfound
it,soitwasntthateasy
tofind,butitalsowasnt
hardeither.

5:Ithoughtthatthe
accessibilityforthis
posterwasntsoeasy
becauseittookmea
whiletofindthisposter
becauseitwasactually
anotherposterthat
guidedmetothisone.

5:Theaccessibilityfor
thisposteralsowasnt
veryeasy.Justlikethe
secondposter,Ihad
foundthisposterafter
scrollingdownon
googleimagesandit
tookmesometimeto
finditaswell.

PartIII.Research
Note:Checkoutthis
example
onhowtodotheresearch.

A.ResearchAboutTheTopic

Questions
AboutTheTopic:

Sources:
(MLAformat)

Primaryor
Secondary
Source?

Howwilltheinformationyou
gatheredhelpyou
createyourproject?
(Briefsummary)

1.WhenwasCreative
Commonscreated?

"CreativeCommons."
Wikipedia
.
WikimediaFoundation,15Mar.
2015.Web.17Mar.2015.
<
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative
_Commons
>.

Secondary
Source

CreativeCommonsisawebsitethat
wascreatedtotryandavoid
plagiarism.Itwasfoundedin2001,
thisinformationcouldbehelpful
becauseitsbeensolongsinceits
beencreatedandonlynowpeopleare
startingtobecomemorefamiliarwith
it.

2.WhocreatedCreative
Commons?

"CreativeCommons."
Wikipedia
.
WikimediaFoundation,15Mar.
2015.Web.17Mar.2015.
<
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative
_Commons
>.

Secondary
Source

CreativeCommonswasfoundedby
LawrenceLassig.TheCEOisRyan
Merkley.Thisinformationisntexactly
necessarybutIthinkIwillstilladdit
becauseitsalwaysgoodtohavesome
backgroundinformationonCreative
Commons.

3.Whatpenaltiesare
thereforusingcopyright
materialwithout
permission?

Scott,Brian."THEPENALTIESFOR
COPYRIGHTVIOLATIONOR
INFRINGEMENTbyBrianScott."
ResearchCopyright.com
.
Researchcopyright.com,n.d.Web.
18Mar.2015.
<
http://www.researchcopyright.com/a
rticlepenaltiesforcopyrightinfringe
ment.php
>.

Secondary
Source

Forusingcopyrightmaterialinthe
wrongway,youcangetfinancialfees.
Forexample,ifyoucopyavideo,you
canbefacingamaximumof
$250,000.Youcanalsofaceprison.
Forexample,alsoforcopyingaDVD
orCDandsayitisyourown,youcan
faceupto5yearsinprison.Ithinkthis
informationisveryusefulformyposter
becauseifIamraisingawareness,
thentheviewersmightnottakeit
seriouslyunlesstheyknowthesevere
consequencesthattheycouldbe
facedwith.

4.Howdoyouuse
CreativeCommons?

Damaso,Ben."HowtoUseCreative
Commons?"Personalinterview.18
Mar.2015.

"AboutTheLicenses."
Creative
Commons
.CreativeCommons,n.d.
Web.18Mar.2015.
<
http://creativecommons.org/licenses
/
>.

Primary
Source

Tousecreativecommons,ifyouwant
topublishyourownonlinematerial,
thenyouneedtoapplyforacopyright
license.Itsalsofreetogetalicense.If
youwanttouseonlinematerial,then
youneedtosearchforwhatyouneed
usingcreativecommonssearch.Then
youneedtofollowtherulesand
requirementsthattheonlinematerial
requires.Thisinformationwillbe
usefulbecauseifIamsayingthat
plagiarismisbad,thenIhavetohave
analternativeandthisisit.


B.ResearchAbouttheToolsYouWillUsefortheProject:
Note:Checkoutthis
example
onhowtodotheresearch.

Questions
AboutTheToolsYou
WillUse:

Sources:
(MLAformat)

Primaryor
Secondary
Source?

Howwilltheinformationyou
gatheredhelpyou
createyourproject?
(Briefsummary)

1.WhatisAurasma?

"WhatIsItAurasma."
Aurasma
.
Aurasma,2015.Web.19Mar.2015.
<
http://www.aurasma.com/whatisit/
>.

"AugmentedReality."
Wikipedia
.
WikimediaFoundation,8Mar.2015.
Web.19Mar.2015.
<
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augment
ed_reality
>.

Primary&
Secondary
Source

Aurasmaisafreeappthatyoucanget
ontheiPadoriPhone.Itistheworlds
leadingaugmentedrealityplatform.An
augmentedrealityisbasicallywhen
somethingisshowninaveryrealistic
wayexceptthroughacomputeror
program.MeaningthatAurasmaisthe
applicationthatwillactuallybringthe
postertolife.

2.Whatmakesagood
triggerimage?

"Chapter2TriggerImages."
WaterSensePartnerLogoUse
Guidelines
.Washington,D.C.:U.S.
EnvironmentalProtectionAgency,
2008.1015.
WestPortLibrary.org
.
Aurasma.Web.19Mar.2015.
<
http://westportlibrary.org/sites/defau
lt/files/webfm/AurasmaPartnerGuid
elines.pdf
>.

Primary
Source

Itsveryimportantforatriggerimageto
begoodinorderfortheAuratowork
well.Atriggerimageneedstobea
JPEGoraPNGfileandtheyneedto
belessthan500,000pixels(intotal
widthxheight).Qualitiesforagood
triggerimageare:

Tonalvariation&contrast

Uniqueshapes&forms

Lotsofdetailacrossthe
entireimage

Forimagesthatarephotos,
itneedstobeaflatsurface,
squareon,andthephoto
needstobetakeninneutral
light.

3.CanIuseiMoviewith
Aurasma?

ChrisC."CreatingBookTrailerswith
IMovieandPublishingwith
Aurasma."
Graphite.org
.Common
SenseMediaInc.,n.d.Web.19Mar.
2015.
<
https://www.graphite.org/lessonflo
ws/creatingbooktrailerswithimovie
andpublishingwithaurasma
>.

Secondary
Source

Yes,itispossibletouseiMoviewith
Aurasma.Ihadoriginallythoughtof
doingaPowToonbutIdontreallylike
PowToonandIdontthinkitisvery
userfriendly.IpreferiMovie,soI
wantedtofindoutifitspossibletouse
iMovie.NowthatIknowthatIcan,I
willdefinitelyuseiMovieandIwontdo
aPowToon.

4.Inwhatdifferentways
canImaketheposter?

"HowtoMakeaPoster."
Wikihow
.
Mediawiki,n.d.Web.19Mar.2015.
<http%3A%2F%2F
www.wikihow.co
m%2FMakeaPoster
>.

Secondary
Source

IdecidedtoresearchthisbecauseI
dontwanttolimitmypostertobeing
onlypaperandpens.Iwouldlikemy
postertobedifferentandunique.SoI
foundsomecreativewaystomake
posters.Thefirstoneistheclassic
paperandpen.Thenthereismakinga
posterusingpowerpoint.Mysource
evenhassomesampletemplatesI
coulddownloadandworkwith.The
lastway,isthatIcouldusePhotoshop
tomakeareallycreativeposterand
thenjustprintit.


PartIV.DesignBrief
Note:Checkoutthis
example
onhowtowritetheDesignBrief.

WriteaDesignBriefforyourproject.
ADesignBriefanswersthefollowingquestions:
Whatdoyouwanttowanttodesignandcreate?(Briefdescriptionofyourproject)
Whowilluseyourproduct?(Targetaudienceorintendedusers)
Howwillyourtargetaudienceorintendedusersbenefitfromyourproduct?(Purposeofyour
product)

Inordertoraiseawarenessaboutplagiarism,Iwouldliketodesignandcreateaninteractiveposter.Theposter
willbetalkingabouttheconsequencesofusingcopyrightmaterialinthewrongway.Itsimportantthatpeoplewho
doplagiarizeanddontuseonlinematerialfairly,theyneedtobeawareoftheconsequences.Iwantmyposterto
beinteractive,meaningthatwhenIuseAurasmaandlinkittotheposter,thenaninformativevideowillshowup
talkingabouttheposterinmoredetail.

Ithinkthatmyproductisaimingforpeoplebetweentheagesof10andup.Technologyisadvancingatan
incrediblerate.Everyday,childrenatsuchyoungagesarelearninghowtousetechnologyandastimepasses,I
believethatevenchildrenwillstartplagiarizing.SoIthinkthisposteristargetedforthem.Iespeciallythinkthat
consequencesforplagiarismshouldbetaughtatayoungagebecausethentheycanlearnwhat'srightandwhats
wrongatanearlyage.

IthinkthatmytargetaudiencewillbenefitfrommyproductbecauseIthinkthatabout50%ofthepeoplewhoview
mypostermightchangetheirmindandothersmaynot.Thosewhoreallycareabouttheirliveswillchangetheir
mindandunderstandtheconsequenceswhilethosethatdontwilljustcontinueandtheywillhavetofacethe
consequencesthehardway.