About me(Blog)

My name is Jose Ortiz Villalobos, I’m a transfer sophmore in George Mason University. I’m focusing on a bacholers degree in History and later plan to focus on a Masters degree in Secondary Education. When I was still in high school, I would start to see that i would grow an interest in history and would help my classmate learn the material. By the end of 9th and 10th grade I was one of the smartest kids in my history class and was able to get alot of my classmates to rebound from a D to a C+ or a B. That is when I decided to become persue a degree in history and secondary education. This is the first online presence class that I have ever taken. I hope that this course helps me learn the basics about how to fomulate online blogs, post, and articles to make it accessible for other and how to better understand the coonstruction of digital history and the internet.

Online footprint

I have been online for a really really long time. I made an Instagram,Facebook, and Snapchat account back when I was in middle school so I can keep in touch with family and friends. By the time I was in High School, I had already made a discord account and a playstation account and steam account. The thing about me is that I rarely ever post anything on any of my accounts. It might me once in maybe a year that I will post on there, but I mostly use social media as a way to keep in touch with family and friends.

Googled Myself

I googled myself and the first thing that popped up from the google search was my facebook account. I searched myself up on bing and the same thing happened the first thing that popped up was my facebook account. The thing that is different is that bing gave me a thing for ancestry.com. For google, a link for youtube popped up and I never made a youtube account.

My Project

My Project is the focus on the Salvadoran Civil War, by asking, What was the Salvadoran civil war?, How it would affect present day El Salvador?, Who Oscar Romero was?, Where did all these gangs come from?, and Why do people have mixed feeling for the president of El Salvador?

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