Revision history for BootCamp2015


Revision [14720]

Last edited on 2015-01-20 11:17:25 by MorganAdmin
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1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into [[http://creativecommons.org/ | Creative Commons]], and read up intellectual property (IP) by googling the term. [[http://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/ WIPO]] is a good place to start, or References section of the Wikipedia entry for intellectual property. //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, on placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//
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1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into [[http://creativecommons.org/ | Creative Commons]], and read up intellectual property (IP) by googling the term. //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//


Revision [14719]

Edited on 2015-01-20 11:14:20 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into [[http://creativecommons.org/ | Creative Commons]], and read up intellectual property (IP) by googling the term. //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//
Deletions:
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into [[http://creativecommons.org/ | Creative Commons]], and read up intellectual property (IP) by googling the term. The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//


Revision [14718]

Edited on 2015-01-20 11:13:58 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into [[http://creativecommons.org/ | Creative Commons]], and read up intellectual property (IP) by googling the term. The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//
Deletions:
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into Creative Commons, and intellectual property (IP). //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//


Revision [14717]

Edited on 2015-01-20 11:09:54 by MorganAdmin
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//By Monday midnight//, (26 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2015 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).
Deletions:
//By Monday evening//, (26 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2015 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).


Revision [14713]

Edited on 2015-01-20 06:38:26 by MorganAdmin
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2. **Friday, Saturday and Sunday** visit the posts of others, comment - extend - develop - compare those that strike you as useful / significant / interesting. //H/t to ds106//
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1. **Friday, Saturday and Sunday** visit the posts of others, comment - extend - develop - compare those that strike you as useful / significant / interesting. //H/t to ds106//


Revision [14707]

Edited on 2015-01-19 15:49:37 by MorganAdmin
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You can post your summary earlier, of course, once you've completed the bootcamp activities and had a chance to review what others are doing, glean what you can, and comment here and there.
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You can post your summary earlier, of course, once you've completed the bootcamp activities and had a chance to review what others are doing, gleam what you can, and comment here and there.


Revision [14706]

Edited on 2015-01-19 15:48:57 by MorganAdmin
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=== Deadline: Friday 16 Jan midnight ===
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=== By Friday 16 Jan ===


Revision [14705]

Edited on 2015-01-19 15:47:55 by MorganAdmin
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=== Deadline: Thursday midnight: Post on Creative Commons and Intellectual Property. Respond over the weekend ===
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into Creative Commons, and intellectual property (IP). //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Thursday so others have time to read and comment.//
1. **Friday, Saturday and Sunday** visit the posts of others, comment - extend - develop - compare those that strike you as useful / significant / interesting. //H/t to ds106//
=== All Week: Refine your weblog and develop a workflow ===
=== Deadline Monday: Post a Reflection ===
Deletions:
=== Post on Creative Commons and Intellectual Property ===
1. Read up on and write a post on copyright and the CC movement. Do the research first. Look into Creative Commons, and intellectual property (IP). //The Missing Manual// also has some information on copyright on the web, placing copyright notices on your weblog, and asking permission to post - which should be part of your research. Then write up a blog post in which you share your findings, linking to the resources you found most useful, and annotating those links. End this post by considering how you'll be licensing your work for this class, and why you made that choice. //This post is due by midnight Friday so others have time to read and comment.// Saturday and Sunday, then, visit the posts of others, comment - extend - develop - compare those that strike you as useful / significant / interesting. //H/t to ds106//
=== Refine your weblog and develop a workflow ===
=== Post a Reflection ===


Revision [14699]

Edited on 2015-01-19 07:25:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Tweak your weblog as you continue to post every day.
- Fashion your About page. Have a look at other blogs to see how bloggers use this page.
- Revisit Missing Manual chap 6 to refine your posting practices, chap 8 to tweak commenting, and chaps 9 and 12 for plug-ins that might be useful and getting your posts seen and, more importantly, shared.
- If you haven't already, **set up categories on your weblog**. There's a primer of how to in //The Missing Manual//, chap 4. There's also [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/?p=4705 a Daybook post]] with a collection of advice. Add you own advice in a post on your blog or a comment.
Deletions:
- Tweak your weblog as you continue to post every day. Revisit chap 6 to refine your posting practices, chap 8 to tweak commenting, and chaps 9 and 12 for plug-ins that might be useful and getting your posts seen and, more importantly, shared.
- If you haven't already, set up categories on your weblog. There's a primer of how to in //The Missing Manual//, chap 4. There's also [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/?p=4705 a Daybook post]] with a collection of advice. Add you own advice in a post on your blog or a comment.


Revision [14698]

Edited on 2015-01-19 07:08:46 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1. Review the CourseStatement2015. Make sure you understand how this course will proceed, how it works, what is expected of you. Re-read the details about time needed and frequency of posting. Ask questions now. You can ask them by posting to the comments on the Welcome post on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ the Daybook]] (best), or by email (meh), or bring them to class face to face.
Deletions:
1. Review the CourseStatement2015. Make sure you understand how this course will proceed, how it works, what is expected of you. Re-read the details about time needed and frequency of posting. Ask questions now. You can ask them by posting to the comments on the Welcome post on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ the Daybook]] (best), or by email (meh), or bring them to class face to face (second best).


Revision [14694]

Edited on 2015-01-15 19:03:07 by MorganAdmin
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2. ++Set up a Google account, and then set up Google Reader. Start here: www.google.com/reader. There's also a [[http://support.google.com/reader/answer/113517?hl=en& tour]] that explains how to subscribe to feeds, and how to use Google Reader. ++ Google Reader is now defunct.


Revision [14688]

Edited on 2015-01-13 06:16:53 by MorganAdmin
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Complete tasks from Week 1 before class time on Tuesday. You're welcome and encouraged to go on to Week 2 at any time.
Deletions:
Complete tasks from Week 1 before class time on Tuesday evening. You're welcome and encouraged to go on to Week 2 at any time.


Revision [14679]

Edited on 2015-01-11 11:49:50 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
//By Monday evening//, (26 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2015 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).
Deletions:
//By Monday evening//, (26 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2014 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).


Revision [14678]

Edited on 2015-01-11 11:49:37 by MorganAdmin
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===== Weblogs and Wikis BootCamp2015=====
1. Review the CourseStatement2015. Make sure you understand how this course will proceed, how it works, what is expected of you. Re-read the details about time needed and frequency of posting. Ask questions now. You can ask them by posting to the comments on the Welcome post on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ the Daybook]] (best), or by email (meh), or bring them to class face to face (second best).
=== By Friday 16 Jan ===
=== By Sunday 18 Jan ===
6. Start posting to your weblog //daily// to get into the routine. I'll post some ideas and directions on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ | The Daybook]] to get you started.
==== Week Two: Starts Tues 20 Jan ====
//By Monday evening//, (26 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2014 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).
Deletions:
===== Weblogs and Wikis BootCamp2014=====
1. Review the CourseStatement2014. Make sure you understand how this course will proceed, how it works, what is expected of you. Re-read the details about time needed and frequency of posting. Ask questions now. You can ask them by posting to the comments on the Welcome post on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ the Daybook]] (best), or by email (meh), or bring them to class face to face (second best).
=== By Friday 17 Jan ===
=== By Sunday 19 Jan ===
6. Start posting //daily// to get into the routine. I'll post some ideas and directions on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ | The Daybook]] to get you started.
==== Week Two: Starts Tues 21 Jan ====
//By Monday evening//, (27 Jan) post a reflection on these two weeks of Bootcamp set up. Refer to the HeuristicForWeeklySummaries as a guide. Link to your work for the last two weeks. //I'm not considering your work with BootCamp2014 complete until materials are linked.// Categorize this post under the appropriate category on your blog (Weekly Reflections or something similar).


Revision [14665]

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