Follow the prompt i will list below, but it needs to be 3 pages at least and due sunday at 10am.
( websites above in the link )
- What do you think the purpose of the website is? Is it a stand-alone exhibit or a companion site to an in-person exhibit? What specifically are they hoping to educate the viewer about?
- In your own words, describe the most important information presented in the online exhibit. What specific concepts of human evolution or genetics are emphasized? This should include time period, geographic region, and types of analysis (hominin fossil remains, primate studies, genetic data, stone tools, art, etc).
- What audience do you think the site is geared toward? Children? College students and educated adults? Academic anthropologists? Multiple audiences?
- Comment on the effectiveness of the site in terms of ease of navigation, visual appeal, etc. What tools (such as text, videos, interactive displays, animation) are used to communicate information and how effective are they?
- In general, how informative is the website about aspects of physical anthropology? If you were to improve the site so it could better educate the public, what changes would you make?
I. Very brief introduction specifying the three exhibits you chose to evaluate and why you chose them.
II. Review of three exhibits addressing the criteria above.
III. Conclusion. What were your general impressions of the online exhibits; how effective a substitute are they for an in-person visit? Feel free to include any other general observations.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||10/26/2014 10:00 am