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Class Eleven: Ending with a start: Designing a Collaborative Project

 

March 28:

  • What have we done? [create a list — nouns/verbs]
  • Look at sites: short guide to digital humanities/living handbook of narratology/
  • Define final project:
    • “connected learning key words”
    • Discuss format
      • Define Partners (primary/secondary)
      • Review process (peer review and submit to Pete and Nell)
    • Select words
    • Timeline


Project timeline:

April 4:
word 1 / primary author
In class work day

April 11:
word 2/ secondary authorIn class work day

April 18 and 24:
Peer review and site-building
Prompt for final in-class writing

May 4:
Last class: in-class final writing


KEYWORDS IDENTIFIED THROUGH IN-CLASS DISCUSSION
politics; social media; news; looking; ownership; seeing; perception; collecting; knowledge; truth; support; documentation; photograph; games; camera; creative commons; comment; network; share; google; curate; tweet; produce; ublend; materiality; ipad; connectivistm; open source; digital ethics; media; connect; learn; explore; copyright; write; revise; publish; coputer stuff; internet; cmoocs; x moocs; investigate; images; respond; collaborate; typing; ; design; Anders; open source/proprietary; communicate; mindfulness; video conference; internet


Keywords findings from Three sample sites

  • Research on origin but different from dictionary
  • Uncertainly about selection of keywords
  • Assumed importance or explained importance
  • Depth

Defining Roles
Primary author:
you are the chief writer on this project–select the word, create the format, find sources. Collaborate with secondary writer for help, support and proofing

Secondary author:
you are the support persona and initial editor on the project–ensure the primary reader is covering the main points and support and add (in collaboration with chief writer) where you can

Peer editor:
everyone will peer edit two key words that they have not authored. We are looking for consistency, proof reading, link checks, veracity


Word choices:
MATERIALITY
Primary: Lauren; Secondary: Jasmine

SOCIAL MEDIA
Primary: Jasmine; Secondary: Nastacia

 { Nastacia: your word is open for selection – look at key word list }
Primary: Nastacia; Secondary: Alex

CURATE
Primary:
Alex; Secondary: Rebecca

PHOTOGRAPH
Primary:
Rebecca; Secondary: Katherine 

PUBLISH
Primary:
Chris D; Secondary: Kendall

MINDFULNESS
Primary:
Kendall; Secondary: Gundolf

TYPING
Primary:
Gundolf; Secondary: Shaniece

COMMENT
Primary:
Shaniece; Secondary: Chris D

IMAGE
Primary:
Katherine; Secondary: Ashley 

DIGITAL ETHICS
Primary:
Ashley; Secondary: Chris B 

SEEING
Primary:
Chris B; Secondary: Lauren


FORMAT for key word submissions

  1. Definition
  2. Application to connected learning
  3. Three examples (glean examples from our class whenever possible)
  4. Three images
  5. Bibliography (log this as you research!)
  6. Your bio

Pete and Nell:
DESIGN considerations:

  • Accommodate verbs and nouns (agreements)
  • Tagging protocol
  • Image size
  • Links
  • Attribution
  • Bibliography style

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