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Next week, you will begin working on your short proposals and thinking about your genre analysis reports. Both of these documents (and many other things that you write) will benefit from the document features that you include.
This week’s #WeekendWatch video discusses how including clear headings, subheadings, and links helps readers navigate your document by providing information-rich signposts. Listen for a reference in the video to the F-shaped reading pattern, which these document features support.
The video refers to online documents specifically, but most of these features are useful in printed documents as well. Obviously links are not very helpful in printed work. Headings and subheadings certainly are.
Learning to Write for the Web by Chris Nodder (video, 5m22s)
After you watch the video, you can discuss the ideas in the #WeekendWatch Discussion in Canvas.