Tonight we talked about texts, why they are important, and why we read and write them. The final assignment is to write as if answering a call for chapters from Springer. We covered the Word template generator and how to use it. See the post below for the links to what you need for that. Prezi is below. Since we didn't watch all the "All your History" links we may do that on a future day, but they are some of the better entries in the series available to you if you need yet more case studies or quotes for your final. Use the texts assigned for this class as a tone guide for how "am-pro" you should (not) be writing.
I promised some samples so here they are. (Springer changed their system/policy so now you need to click the "Look Inside" to see the previews I was talking about. You will note that the format is flexible, and these samples are short snips of the longer works - but all have been created within the macro that I showed you in class and you will be able to re-create the look and style of these chapters easily. Again, ignore the "cover" but feel free to include a cover sheet. No headers please! Use an industry standard byline as with D2!