Students will author a formal reading response to each book assigned. Writing prompts can be found on the Blackboard course links for each reading response. Responses will be graded using the Writing Skills Rubric, focusing on the areas of Context/Purpose, Content/Ideas/Support, Organization, Synthesis of Sources, and Writing Mechanics. Rhetorically, I will be looking for a strong central argument backed by detailed and specific textual evidence. Ideas should be embedded within a coherent structure at the sentence and paragraph levels, and meaningful transitions should link ideas back to the central argument. Style and mechanics should follow APA guidelines. Each paper should be a minimum of four complete, typed, and double-spaced pages, formatted with 1” margins and written in Times New Roman 12-point font. Reading responses must be uploaded as Microsoft Word documents on Blackboard though Safe Assign by noon (12:00 pm) cst on or before the designated due dates. Reading Response 1 Writing Prompt Working from discrete sections of Gleick’s text as a whole, detail how our relationship to information and the reliability of information exchange has changed over time and how that transformation has affected the way humans know their world. The Book’s name is The Information by James Gleick
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