Also, be sure to include a hyperlink back to the original assignment, this allows others to see its prompt, as well as the other examples and tutorials related to it. In addition, it is best to describe in your own post how the assignment is written, so a reader knows the context of the work you are posting. One way is to copy the description and put it in a blockquote tag on your blog. In the body of your post, we want to hear you write about the meaning of your work and how it is related to the concept of digital storytelling or just your own connection to it. Your post should include hyperlinks to reference material(e.g. Hyperlinks should be within the context of your sentences, not just a URL or “Click here see it” text. As part of your writeup, we want to see evidence of the thinking behind it.
Use a few paragraphs to describe why you chose the assignment or the topic, or what the thing you made means to you. What is its context? What is the story it tells? What does it mean to you? Why did you even make it? Think of this part as the part of a DVD that includes the extras- behind the scenes, out takes, director’s commentary. What you created ought to be embedded into the body of your post, not just hyperlinked. See Blogging Tips to learn how media is embedded when you write your posts. You will want to write an introduction to your creation, more than “My assignment” – see what happens if you make your assignment part of a larger narrative. Write around the media, reference it. The most key thing is that you include the specific assignment tags that are provided on each assignment. For example, the Design Your Dream Animal assignment, you must add the tags DesignAssignments and DesignAssignments394 to your post. Feel free to add any other descriptive tags, but the base tags are required. You can enter these separated by commans in ther Tags box and click Add.
Including these in your post does two important things- it enables your own post to be added to the list of examples on the original assignment. Again, your task is more than the final product. Inspiration for the idea described as well as how it evolved; connection cited to storytelling elements. Singular source of idea described; Storytelling elements not clear. Media created is a novel or even opposite interpretation of assignment, justified in write up, shows experimentation with special features/techniques of tools; fine attention to media assemblage, graphic details, transitions, sound levels (where appropriate). Media created uses a creative interpretation or unexpected view of assignment, shows experimentation with features of tools; Media assemblage shows effort to blend together. Media created satisfies literal interpretation of assignment, makes use of basic features of tools. Media assemblage is linear, cut and paste. Techniques and methods are explained in sufficient form to help someone else do a similar assignment, explained as narrative steps, with supporting screenshots or screencasts. Sources of external media cited by name and URL. Specific techniques listed as narrative with screenshots. Sources of external media cited by URL. Lists name of tools used, brief text summary of steps. Sorry, we cannot please everyone all the time. What where you looking for? Nice way to make sub-parts of the blogging activity here! I really like the concept. It’s simple – you understand what you’re supposed to do in each phase/part – BAM! Your blog is ready.
3. Suitable candidates are given proper placement. 4. Right man to the right job is achieved. 5. Achievements of the candidates are verified. 6. Compatibility of the candidate can be found out. 7. Mental qualities of candidates are evaluated. 8. Overall ability of the candidates is measured. 9. Application of knowledge is found out. 10. Accuracy in selecting employees. Interviewing is the most ‘popular element in the selection procedure’. It plays a crucial role in the selection procedure. For majority of executive posts, it is supplemented by written and other tests. Personal interview offers many benefits to the company and also to the candidates. Training is next to selection. A worker selected / appointed in an Organisation needs proper training. This enables him to perform the job correctly and also with efficiency. Similarly, a manager needs training for promotion and for his self improvement. Employees are now given training immediately after appointment and thereafter from time to time.
Training is used as a tool / technique for management/executive development. It is used for the development of human resource working in an Organisation. In fact, training is the watchword of present dynamic business world. Training means giving information, knowledge and education in order to develop technical skills, social skills and administrative skills among the employees. Training is necessary due to technological changes rapidly taking place in the industrial field. It is also essential along with the introduction of new techniques, new methods and so on. It is necessary for developing overall personality of employees and also for developing positive attitude towards fellow employees, job and Organisation where he is working. Training of employees is the responsibility of the management / employer. Expenditure on such training is an investment for manpower development and gives good dividend in the long run. Employees should take the benefit of training facilities provided for raising their efficiency and also for self-development. Training need not be treated as a punishment but an opportunity to learn, to grow and to develop for jobs at the higher levels.