Revision history for ProjectProposalAssignment


Revision [18856]

Last edited on 2018-04-02 08:10:13 by MorganAdmin
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- During the week of++ April 9 - 14++, Apr 2 - 9 you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted. I moved the tour up a week so you can get some feedback from each other.
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- During the week of April 9 - 14, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.


Revision [18855]

Edited on 2018-04-02 08:02:54 by MorganAdmin
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- **Last class meeting:** Apr 17. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
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- **Last class meeting:** Apr 18. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.


Revision [18675]

Edited on 2018-02-28 09:09:17 by MorganAdmin
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- **Mon Mar 5, midnight** Draft proposals due. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to by email on 6 Mar. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fri 9 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 10 March.
- For full credit, your project must start by Mon 12 Mar, 2017. Projects officialy end on Mon 24 April.
Deletions:
- **Mon Feb 27, midnight** Draft proposals due. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class, Feb 28. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fri 3 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 4 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 6 Mar, 2017. Projects officialy end on Mon 24 April.


Revision [18638]

Edited on 2018-02-27 06:44:29 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- **Mon Feb 27, midnight** Draft proposals due. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class, Feb 28. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fri 3 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 4 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 6 Mar, 2017. Projects officialy end on Mon 24 April.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Monday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- **Monday 27 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 9 - 14, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Last class meeting:** Apr 18. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 24: End of project.
- **TBA: Finals** Final. Face to face students present their work.
- **4 May 2017** Online student reports due.
Deletions:
- Draft proposals due **Mon 5 Mar, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Tue 6 Mar. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fr1 2 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 3 March.
- For full credit, your project must start by Mon 5 Mar, 2016. Projects officialy end on Tue 24 April.
- **Post weekly reports** to your blog by midnight, Monday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- **Monday 26 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 9 - 13, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Last class meeting:** Apr 17. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 24: End of project.
- **TBA: Finals Week** Final. Face to face students present their work.
- **5 May 2017** Online student reports due.


Revision [18637]

Edited on 2018-02-27 06:41:18 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Draft proposals due **Mon 5 Mar, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Tue 6 Mar. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fr1 2 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 3 March.
- For full credit, your project must start by Mon 5 Mar, 2016. Projects officialy end on Tue 24 April.
- **Post weekly reports** to your blog by midnight, Monday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- **Monday 26 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 9 - 13, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Last class meeting:** Apr 17. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 24: End of project.
- **TBA: Finals Week** Final. Face to face students present their work.
- **5 May 2017** Online student reports due.
Deletions:
- Draft proposals due **Mon Feb 27, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class, Feb 28. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fr1 3 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 4 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 6 Mar, 2017. Projects officialy end on Mon 24 April.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Monday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- **Monday 27 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April ++3 - 9++ 10-14, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Last class meeting:** Apr 18. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 24: End of project.
- **TBA: Finals** Final. Face to face students present their work.
- **4 May 2017** Online student reports due.


Revision [17993]

Edited on 2017-04-04 14:10:44 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- During the week of April ++3 - 9++ 10-14, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
Deletions:
- During the week of April 3 - 9, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.


Revision [17846]

Edited on 2017-02-28 08:22:04 by RichardCase
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=====Project Proposal=====
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Revision [17754]

Edited on 2017-02-25 18:00:45 by jkaufenberg
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%%(language-ref)
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=====Project Proposal=====


Revision [17744]

Edited on 2017-02-23 11:44:26 by RichardCase
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But your project will include **a weekly reflection 500 or so words, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.
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But your project will include **a weekly reflection 500 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.


Revision [17712]

Edited on 2017-02-21 08:00:22 by MorganAdmin
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You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas concerning wikis. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]].
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress. Review what students have done. Try the PastParticipants pages, and the [[PageIndex&letter=P | PageIndex > P]].
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done. Try the PastParticipants pages, and the [[PageIndex&letter=P | PageIndex > P]].
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress. Look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.


Revision [17711]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:58:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done. Try the PastParticipants pages, and the [[PageIndex&letter=P | PageIndex > P]].
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done. Try the PastParticipants pages, and the PageIndex > P.


Revision [17710]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:58:04 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done. Try the PastParticipants pages, and the PageIndex > P.
But your project will include **a weekly reflection 500 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done, starting with the PastParticipants page.
But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection 500 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.


Revision [17709]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:54:42 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]]. Review what others have done, starting with the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into weblogs or wikis. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you can set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class, for personal note taking, blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 5 weeks? What can you find out?
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]]. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]].
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into weblogs or wikis. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you can set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class, for personal note taking, blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?


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Edited on 2017-02-21 07:52:25 by MorganAdmin
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==== Template ====
You may copy and paste the template below into your page as a heuristic for drafting your project proposal.
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==== Title of project ====
==== Your email address and URL for the project ====
==== Executive description ====
==== Narrative ====
The narrative is detailed description of the project.
==== Weekly Reports ====
==== Contract for Grade ====
%%


Revision [17705]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:42:44 by MorganAdmin
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You might also look at using FedWiki or Wikity. There is a lot of new stuff to be learned on those platforms.


Revision [17696]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:27:12 by MorganAdmin
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Use the following headings in your proposal. Writing this proposal is like writing a grant. //Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread//.
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Use the following headings in your proposal. To repeat: Writing this proposal is like writing a grant. //Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread//.


Revision [17695]

Edited on 2017-02-21 07:26:20 by MorganAdmin
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For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress. Look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
For the project, you may use your current weblog or start a new one.
Deletions:
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs// by Bruns, ed. Look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
For the project, you can use your current weblog or start a new one.


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Edited on 2017-02-21 07:25:39 by MorganAdmin
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- Draft proposals due **Mon Feb 27, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class, Feb 28. Expect an approval or a request for revision.
- **4 May 2017** Online student reports due.
Deletions:
- Draft proposals due **Mon Feb 27, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class Feb 28. Expect an approval or request for revision.
- **5 May 2015** Online student reports.


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Edited on 2017-02-21 07:24:17 by MorganAdmin
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Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
- Draft proposals due **Mon Feb 27, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you in class Feb 28. Expect an approval or request for revision.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fr1 3 March. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 4 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 6 Mar, 2017. Projects officialy end on Mon 24 April.
- **Monday 27 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 3 - 9, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Last class meeting:** Apr 18. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 24: End of project.
- **TBA: Finals** Final. Face to face students present their work.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal for a seven-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
- Proposals are due **by Thu 3 Mar, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Friday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Fri 4 Mar, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Sat 5 Mar. You'll have a response from me on Sun, 6 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Tue 8 Mar, 2016. Projects official end on April 26.
- **Monday 28 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 4 - 10, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **TBA: Last day of class. ** Apr 19. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 26: End of project.
- **Mon 2 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.


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Edited on 2016-05-01 06:56:09 by MorganAdmin
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- **Mon 2 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.
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- **Tue 3 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.


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Edited on 2016-04-27 08:21:15 by MorganAdmin
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- **Tue 3 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.
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- **Mon 2 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.


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Edited on 2016-04-17 08:51:31 by MorganAdmin
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- **TBA: Last day of class. ** Apr 19. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
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- **TBA: Last day of class. ** [Checking on this: Apr 19 or 26] We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.


Revision [16937]

Edited on 2016-03-21 07:53:51 by MorganAdmin
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But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection 500 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.
Deletions:
But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection 509 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.


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Edited on 2016-03-01 11:27:46 by MorganAdmin
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But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection 509 or so worrds, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by **midnight, Monday**, each week. I generally check on progress on Tuesdays.
Deletions:
But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.


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Edited on 2016-03-01 11:24:23 by MorganAdmin
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- **TBA: Last day of class. ** [Checking on this: Apr 19 or 26] We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
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- **Tues April 26: Last day of class. **We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.


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Edited on 2016-03-01 09:59:08 by MorganAdmin
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**In the last paragraph of this section**, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making a brief in-class presentation along with your report.
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//In the last paragraph of this section//, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making a brief in-class presentation along with your report.


Revision [16782]

Edited on 2016-03-01 09:58:14 by MorganAdmin
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- Proposals are due **by Thu 3 Mar, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Friday.
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- Proposals are due **by Thu 3 Feb, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Friday.


Revision [16766]

Edited on 2016-03-01 06:05:20 by MorganAdmin
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=====The dates are wrong. Proposals due mon 7 mar. Not the 29th!=====


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Edited on 2016-03-01 05:59:17 by MorganAdmin
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- Proposals are due **by Thu 3 Feb, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Friday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Fri 4 Mar, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Sat 5 Mar. You'll have a response from me on Sun, 6 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Tue 8 Mar, 2016. Projects official end on April 26.
Deletions:
- Proposals are due **by Mon Feb 29, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Tuesday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Tues, 1 Mar, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fri 4 Mar. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 5 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 7 Mar, 2016. Projects official end on April 26.


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Edited on 2016-02-29 20:20:11 by MorganAdmin
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The project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a seven-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
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The six-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a seven-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, ++wikis, ++or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.


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Edited on 2016-02-29 19:39:12 by MorganAdmin
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=====The dates are wrong. Proposals due mon 7 mar. Not the 29th!=====


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Edited on 2016-02-27 10:12:03 by DominiqueKoppes
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- [[WikiProjectProposalJLV]]
- [[ProjectProposalAnnaHamann]]
- [[ProjectProposalAmberGordon]]
Deletions:
- [[WikiProjectProposalJLV Jen VanOhlen]]
- [[ProjectProposalAnnaHamann Anna Hamann]]
- [[ProjectProposalAmberGordon Amber Gordon]]


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Edited on 2016-02-27 06:33:12 by MorganAdmin
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- **Mon 2 May 1:00 - 3:00** Final. Face to face students present their work.
- **5 May 2015** Online student reports.
Deletions:
- X May 2015: Final at TBA. Face to face students present their work.
- X May 2015: Online student reports.


Revision [16679]

Edited on 2016-02-27 06:29:20 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]]. Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]].
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs// by Bruns, ed. Look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You might also look at using FedWiki or Wikity. There is a lot of new stuff to be learned on those platforms.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into weblogs or wikis. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you can set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class, for personal note taking, blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
If you take an experiment or project angle on the project, phrase your executive description as a hypothesis (Project: To discover if twittering class notes will help me master material. I hypothesize that it will lead to ...).
But your project will include **a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials**. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.
Use the following headings in your proposal. To repeat: Writing this proposal is like writing a grant. //Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread//.
Go for a descriptive title rather than clever.
(Write this description last, after you've written the rest of the proposal.) The exec description is an overall description of the project: **In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)**: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it?
**How much detail** Go into enough detail in the narrative section so that another person could actually do your project as you envision it.
The project counts for 50% of your final grade. In this section of your proposal, detail the extent of your project **in measurable terms**: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency of posting.
The points accumulate by week. **A late or missing means no points for that week.** Your final write-up adds up to 50 points to the mix.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton for some projects appropriate to wikis. [3/17/2013 Update: link down.] Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]].
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs//. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into weblogs or wikis. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
To take this angle on the project, phrase your executive description as a hypothesis (Project: To discover if twittering class notes will help me master material. I hypothesize that it will lead to ...).
But your project will include a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.
Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: This is like writing a grant. //Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread//.
Go for a descriptive title rather than clever.
(Write this description last, after you've written the rest of the proposal.) The exec description is an overall description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it?
**Note:** Go into enough detail in the narrative section so that another person could actually do your project as you envision it.
The project counts for 50% of your final grade. In this section of your proposal, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency of posting.
The points accumulate by week.// A late or missing means no points for that week.// Your final write-up adds up to 50 points to the mix.


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The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project before you start. **In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.**
- Proposals are due **by Mon Feb 29, midnight**. Post them on a wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them and get back to you on Tuesday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Tues, 1 Mar, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by midnight Fri 4 Mar. You'll have a response from me on Sat, 5 March.
- For full credit, your project must start Mon 7 Mar, 2016. Projects official end on April 26.
- **Monday 28 Mar**. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 4 - 10, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- **Tues April 26: Last day of class. **We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 26: End of project.
- X May 2015: Final at TBA. Face to face students present their work.
- X May 2015: Online student reports.
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The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project before you start. **In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project. That revision will set you back a week, with a week's reduction in points.**
- Proposals are due **by Sunday, 22 March, 6:00 pm**. Post them on your wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them Sunday and Monday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Monday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- For full credit, your project must start Wed 25 March, 2015.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wed, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 27 March. You will lose a week of credit.
- Monday 13 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- Cancelled for spring, 2015. ++During the week of April 13 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.++
- Tues April 21: Last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 28: End of project.
- 7 Ma7 2015: Final at 1:oo. Face to face students present their work.
- 7 Ma7 2015: Online student reports.


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- Tues April 21: Last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
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- Last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.


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- Cancelled for spring, 2015. ++During the week of April 13 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.++
- Last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final presentations.
- April 28: End of project.
- 7 Ma7 2015: Final at 1:oo. Face to face students present their work.
- 7 Ma7 2015: Online student reports.
Deletions:
- During the week of April 13 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- April 28: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final reports and presentations.
- We'll meet on finals day: Make short presentation.
- Final reports will be due by the last day of finals, May 2014.


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- [[WikiProjectProposalJLV Jen VanOhlen]]
- [[ProjectProposalAnnaHamann Anna Hamann]]
- [[ProjectProposalAmberGordon Amber Gordon]]
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- [[ProjectProposalJennBeyer Jenn Beyer]]
- [[ProjectProposalMalloryMeredith Mallory Meredith]]
- [[ProjectProposalChristopherMiles Christopher Miles]]


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- Proposals are due **by Sunday, 22 March, 6:00 pm**. Post them on your wiki page, not your blog, so we both can review and revise them. I'll review them Sunday and Monday.
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- Proposals are due **by Sunday, 22 March, 6:00 pm**. Post them to the wiki. I'll review them Sunday and Monday.


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The six-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
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The seven-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.


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- April 28: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing final reports and presentations.
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- April 28: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.


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- Expect an approval or request for revision by Monday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- For full credit, your project must start Wed 25 March, 2015.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wed, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 27 March. You will lose a week of credit.
- Monday 13 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 13 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- April 28: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.
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3 Mar 2015: Dates are being revised
- Expect an approval or request for revision by [[TBA]] Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- For full credit, your project must start [TBA] Tues, 25 March, 2014.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Tues, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by [TBA] Friday, 28 March. You will lose a week of credit.
- Monday 14 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 14 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- April 29: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.


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3 Mar 2015: Dates are being revised
- Proposals are due **by Sunday, 22 March, 6:00 pm**. Post them to the wiki. I'll review them Sunday and Monday.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by [[TBA]] Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- For full credit, your project must start [TBA] Tues, 25 March, 2014.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Tues, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by [TBA] Friday, 28 March. You will lose a week of credit.
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- Proposals are due **by Friday, 21 March, 6:00 pm**. I'll review them Saturday and Sunday. Post them to the wiki.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
- For full credit, your project must start Tues, 25 March, 2014.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Tues, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 28 March. You will lose a week of credit.


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The seven-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a seven-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, ++wikis, ++or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
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The five-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.


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- Expect an approval or request for revision by Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm. I'll email you.
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- Expect an approval or request for revision by Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm.


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Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on your wiki name page. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
- Proposals are due **by Friday, 21 March, 6:00 pm**. I'll review them Saturday and Sunday. Post them to the wiki.
- We'll meet on finals day: Make short presentation.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on our wiki or on your blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook.
- Proposals are due by Friday, 21 March, 6:00 pm. I'll review them Saturday and Sunday.
- We'll meet on finals day: Make short presentation


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Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on our wiki or on your blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook.
- Proposals are due by Friday, 21 March, 6:00 pm. I'll review them Saturday and Sunday.
- For full credit, your project must start Tues, 25 March, 2014.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Tues, 25 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 28 March. You will lose a week of credit.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Monday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- Monday 14 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- April 29: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.
- Final reports will be due by the last day of finals, May 2014.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook.
- Proposals are due by Friday, 22 March, 6:00 pm.
- For full credit, your project must start Monday, 25 March, 2013.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 29 March. You will lose a week of credit.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- Sunday 14 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- May 1: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.
- Final reports will be due by the last day of finals, May 2013.


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- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 29 March. You will lose a week of credit.
Deletions:
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 29 March. You will loose a week of credit.


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Contracts are set for the number of points: 100 / 150 / 250.
These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in full point projects.
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Contracts are set for the number of points: 100 / 150 / 250.
These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in 1000 point projects.


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===== Writing the Proposal =====
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==== Writing the Proposal ====


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The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project before you start. **In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project. That revision will set you back a week, with a week's reduction in points.**
Deletions:
The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project before you start. **In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.** That revision will set you back a week, with a reduction in points.


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You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton for some projects appropriate to wikis. [3/17/2013 Update: link down.] Try googling "wiki project" and "wiki projects for students" for some ideas. [[http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/ here, for instance]].
For ideas for blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs//. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
If you're going to use a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. [[http://www.wikimatrix.org WikMatrix]] has a list and some advice on choosing a platform. [[http://PBWorks.com PBWorks]] is good but it seems to have gone corporate, and I've heard good reports about [[http://www.wikispaces.com WikiSpaces]]. Dig around for offers for student wikis. Dig around on our course wiki, as well.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton for some projects appropriate to wikis.
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs//. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
If you're interested in using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. [[http://www.wikimatrix.org WikMatrix]] has a list and some advice on choosing a platform. [[http://PBWorks.com PBWorks]] is good but it seems to have gone corporate, and I've heard good reports about [[http://www.wikispaces.com WikiSpaces]]. Dig around for offers for student wikis. Dig around on our course wiki, as well.


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You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton for some projects appropriate to wikis.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.


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The five-week project counts for 50% of your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a five-week project addressing some aspect of blogging, wikis, or, more generally, social media. Post your proposal on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook.
The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project before you start. **In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.** That revision will set you back a week, with a reduction in points.
Think of writing the project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language or the author; they focus on the project. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
For the project, you can use your current weblog or start a new one.
If you're interested in using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. [[http://www.wikimatrix.org WikMatrix]] has a list and some advice on choosing a platform. [[http://PBWorks.com PBWorks]] is good but it seems to have gone corporate, and I've heard good reports about [[http://www.wikispaces.com WikiSpaces]]. Dig around for offers for student wikis. Dig around on our course wiki, as well.
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The project counts for 1/2 your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a 5 week project. Post your proposal on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook. And
The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project. In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.
Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language or the author; they focus on the project. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
For the project, you can use your current weblog or start a new one. If you're interested in using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. <link>. For Tumblr, set up an account.


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The project counts for 50% of your final grade. In this section of your proposal, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency of posting.
- 100 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, non-topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length.
- 250 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the 150 points.
You can earn more points than you contract for if you end up going beyond what you originally planned on. On the other hand, if you fall short on the contract, you may receive fewer points. (I'm hoping for the former.)
The points accumulate by week.// A late or missing means no points for that week.// Your final write-up adds up to 50 points to the mix.
Deletions:
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency of posting.
- 100 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, not topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length.
- 250 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the B.
You can earn more points than you contract for if you end up going beyond what you originally planned on. On the other hand, if you fall short on the contract, you may receive fewer points. (I'm hoping for the former.)
Weekly reflections: Late or missing means no points for that week.
==== Calendar ====


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Additions:
The project counts for 1/2 your grade for the course.
Compose and submit a project proposal for a 5 week project. Post your proposal on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName. In either case, announce your proposal in the comments section of the Daybook. And
Your project has to be approved by me before starting for credit.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by Friday, 29 March. You will loose a week of credit.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week. No report = no points for the week.
- Sunday 14 April. About three weeks into the project. Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.
- During the week of April 14 - 19, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
- May 1: End of project and last day of class. We will meet face to face to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups.
- We'll meet on finals day: Make short presentation
- Final reports will be due by the last day of finals, May 2013.
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging (on Tumblr, for instance) work with time and get most of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to //Uses of Blogs//. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into weblogs or wikis. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
You can use your current weblog or start a new one. If you're using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform and sign up to get a URL. For Tumblr, set up an account.
(Write this description last, after you've written the rest of the proposal.) The exec description is an overall description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it?
The narrative is detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.
Then, walk through your project in more detail: What are you going to do first, second, third ... why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically you hope to learn about what from doing that. You want to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing. In this section, address
Throughout this section, talk about connecting the means (what you're doing) with the ends (what you intend to achieve by that doing), about writing, about what you aim to get from this project - and what value your project has to others.
**Note:** Go into enough detail in the narrative section so that another person could actually do your project as you envision it.
**Grad Students: Readings** Your project report (at the end of the project) should include background reading or theory based on readings for the course and your own reading. So, include a section on outside reading you'll be doing for your project. The reading can be web-based or print; and can be in great part looking at other blogs and / or wikis. A preliminary bibliography is best, but you can also list or talk about the kinds of readings / sites you're thinking of looking at and how you see them tying in with what you're doing in the project. You might start with readings and sites on the BlogReadingsForCourse, WikiReadingsForCourse, or HypertextReadingsForCourse, as appropriate.
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency of posting.
Use good estimates because you'll be held to them.
- 250 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the B.
Contracts are set for the number of points: 100 / 150 / 250.
Weekly reflections: Late or missing means no points for that week.
==== Calendar ====
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
=== Schedule ===
- Your project has to be approved by me before starting.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by 29 March. You will loose a week of credit.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.
- Projects finish
You're submitting this proposal a week before the projects actually start so that you have time to revise if necessary.
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging work with time and get much of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to Uses of Blogs. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
You can use your current weblog or start a new one. If you're using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. For Tumblr, set up an account.
An overall description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it? (You'll write this description last.)
This is not a story but a detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do first, second, third ... why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically you hope to learn about what from doing that. You want to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing. In this section, address
Throughout this section, talk about linking the means (what you're doing) with the ends (what you intend to achieve by that doing), about writing, about what you aim to get from this project - and what value your project has to others.
**Note:** Go into enough detail in the narrative section so that another person could actually do your project as you envision it.
**Grad Students: Readings** Your project report (at the end of the project) will include some background reading or theory based on readings for the course and your own reading. So, include a section on outside reading you'll be doing for your project. The reading can be web-based or print; and can be in great part looking at other blogs and / or wikis. A preliminary bibliography is best, but you can also list or talk about the kinds of readings / sites you're thinking of looking at and how you see them tying in with what you're doing in the project. You might start with readings and sites on the BlogReadingsForCourse, WikiReadingsForCourse, or HypertextReadingsForCourse, as appropriate.
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency.
Use good estimations because you'll be held to them.
- 250 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the B.
Contracts are set for the number of points: 500 / 750 / 1000.
State specifically as possible where you will be at check in dates below. Again, think in terms of numbers and frequency and state explicitly what you plan to have by each point.

- Monday, Apr 2. About 3 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face on this Monday to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Monday, 16 April. Six weeks in. We will meet face to face 16 April, 18 April, and possibly Mon, 23 April to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups. What will you have by this point? What will be left to be done by the end of the project?
- April 25: Last day of class.
- Finals day. Short informal presentations.
During the week of April 2 - 5 you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
We'll meet on finals day. Reports are due by 4 May 2012.


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This is not a story but a detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.
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This is a detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.


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- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by 29 March. You will loose a week of credit.
- Post weekly reports to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.
- Projects finish
For the project, you can use your current weblog or start a new one. If you're interested in using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. <link>. For Tumblr, set up an account.
=== Project, Experiment, or Research Study ===
Projects that involve weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you will be posting regularly.
But your project will include a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Post this to your blog by midnight, Sunday, each week.
Describe how will the blog or wiki be designed. What will be in the blogroll, if you use one? What else on the side bar? If a wiki, how do you expect to organize things?

Give the address where you will post your weekly reports: blog URL or wiki URL.
- 100 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, not topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length.
- 150 pts (B) for a focused blog, including searching for subjects to blog on (online or off), with links to online material when appropriate, 3 - 4 times a week, about 500 words or so a day. For a wiki, focused, well-linked.
- 250 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the B.
Deletions:
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by 29 March.
- You will loose a week of credit.
=== Experiment or Research Study ===
Projects that involve weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you will be posting regularly.
But your project will include a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.
Describe how will the blog or wiki be designed. What will be in the blogroll, if you use one? What else on the side bar? If a wiki, have a look at Theony, chap 7, on categorizing.
If you're working with Twitter, consider the times and places you will tweet.
For Twitter projects include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.
- 500 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, not topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length. Twitter: 3 - 4- 5 tweets a day, as you feel appropriate.
- 750 pts (B) for a focused blog, including searching for subjects to blog on (online or off), with links to online material when appropriate, 3 - 4 times a week, about 500 words or so a day. For a wiki, focused, well-linked.
- 1000 pts (A) for a focused, extensive blog. Not just blogging 3 - 4 times a week, but some entries becoming 500 - 750 - 1000 word essays... For a wiki, focused, well-linked, but more developed, more richly linked, more organized than the B.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki or blog. If you use the wiki, do this: Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposal- followed by YourWikiName.
=== About ===
The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on for the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project. In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.
=== Schedule ===
- Your project has to be approved by me before starting.
- Proposals are due by Friday, 22 March, 6:00 pm.
- Expect an approval or request for revision by Sunday, 23 March, 6:00 pm.
- For full credit, your project must start Monday, 25 March, 2013.
- If your proposal isn't approved on the first round, re-submit by 6:00 pm Wednesday, 27 March. You'll have a response from me by 29 March.
- You will loose a week of credit.
You're submitting this proposal a week before the projects actually start so that you have time to revise if necessary.
=== Wiki, Blog, Tumblr, other? ===
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress, and refer to Uses of Blogs. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using a wiki in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is blogging welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance bloggers over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
Projects that involve weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you will be posting regularly.
But your project will include a weekly report / reflection of 750 - 1000 words, linked to appropriate materials. The report is a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.
You can use your current weblog or start a new one. If you're using a wiki, you'll need to find a platform. For Tumblr, set up an account.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday, 3 March. Firm. No extensions.
The project proposal sets out what you intend to work on during the rest of the semester. Because you're working pretty much on your own, I'm asking for some detailed thinking about the project. In writing your proposal, stay close to what you're being asked to address below. If your proposal is ambiguous or fuzzy or incomplete, I'll ask you to revise before approving your project.
Your project has to be approved by me before it will be counted in your grade. You're submitting this proposal a week before the projects actually start so that you have time to revise if necessary.
=== Wiki, Blog, Twitter, other? ===
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress and through Rettberg. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using twitter in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is twittering by phone welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance writers on twitter over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
Projects that involve weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you are posting regularly. Projects that involve Twitter do not self-report, so include writing a weekly report in your proposal.
For other projects, I may ask you include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. I'll let you know.
You can use your current weblog or start a new one. For Twitter, use your current account or start a new one. If you're using a wiki, use Theony and Woods and a search for wikis to help you find a platform. For Tumblr, set up an account. If you're using more than one address, include them all.


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- April 25: Last day of class.
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For Twitter projects include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.
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For Twitser projects include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.


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Projects that involve weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you are posting regularly. Projects that involve Twitter do not self-report, so include writing a weekly report in your proposal.
For other projects, I may ask you include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. I'll let you know.
For Twitser projects include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things.
Deletions:
Projects that involved weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you are posting regularly. Projects that involve Twitter do not self-report, so include writing a weekly report in your proposal.
For some projects, I may ask you include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. I'll let you know.


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For some projects, I may ask you include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. I'll let you know.
Deletions:
For Twitter projects, include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Detail in this section of your proposal what you will cover in this report.


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=== Weekly Report ===


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=== Wiki, Blog, Twitter, other? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging work with time and get much of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using twitter in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is twittering by phone welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance writers on twitter over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
For Twitter projects, include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideration of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Detail in this section of your proposal what you will cover in this report.
State specifically as possible where you will be at check in dates below. Again, think in terms of numbers and frequency and state explicitly what you plan to have by each point.
- Monday, Apr 2. About 3 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face on this Monday to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Monday, 16 April. Six weeks in. We will meet face to face 16 April, 18 April, and possibly Mon, 23 April to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups. What will you have by this point? What will be left to be done by the end of the project?
- Mar 25: Last dat of class.
During the week of April 2 - 5 you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
We'll meet on finals day. Reports are due by 4 May 2012.
Deletions:
=== Wiki, Blog, Twitter, Tumblr? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging work with time and get much of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using twitter in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is twittering by phone welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance writers on twitter over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
For Twitter projects, include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideratoni of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Detail in this section of your proposal what you will cover in this report.
State specifically as possible where you will be at check in times below. Again, think in terms of numbers and frequency and state explicitly what you plan to have by each point.
- Monday, Mar 29. About 3 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face on this Monday to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Monday, 19 April. Seven weeks in. We will meet face to face 19 April, 21 April, and possibly Mon, 28 April to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups. What will you have by this point? What will be left to be done by the end of the project?
During the week of April 5 - 9, you'll be taking studio tours of the projects of others. The assignment will be posted.
We'll meet on finals day. Reports are due by Weds, May 5th, 2010.


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There are other projects to look at in the archives at PastParticipants.
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There are other projects to look at in the archives at PastParticipantWikis.


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These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in 1000 point projects.
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These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in 1000 point projects. {{color text="(These links don't display. Is there a trick to opening them?)" c="red"}}
- http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?AspenEasterling/ProjectProposal AspenEasterling/ProjectProposal]]


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- [[ProjectProposalJennBeyer Jenn Beyer]]
- [[ProjectProposalMalloryMeredith Mallory Meredith]]
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- [[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/ProjectProposalJennBeyer Jenn Beyer]]
- [[


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- http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal]]
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These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in 1000 point projects. {{color text="(These links don't display. Is there a trick to opening them?)" c="red"}}
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These are all very good project proposal (clearly planned and stated) which resulted in 1000 point projects.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday, 3 March. Firm. No extensions.
=== Your email address and URL for the project ===
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Monday, 1 March. Firm. No extensions.
=== URL for the project ===


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Monday, 1 March. Firm. No extensions.
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Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday, 26 Feb. Firm. No extensions.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Post this on the wiki. Go to your WikiName page, create a new page titled ProjectProposalYourWikiName. Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday, 26 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday., 26 Feb. Firm. No extensions.


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=== URL for the project ===
You can use your current weblog or start a new one. For Twitter, use your current account or start a new one. If you're using a wiki, use Theony and Woods and a search for wikis to help you find a platform. For Tumblr, set up an account. If you're using more than one address, include them all.


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- Monday, Mar 29. About 3 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face on this Monday to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Monday, 19 April. Seven weeks in. We will meet face to face 19 April, 21 April, and possibly Mon, 28 April to compare notes and talk about preparing write ups. What will you have by this point? What will be left to be done by the end of the project?
- Finals day. Short informal presentations.
We'll meet on finals day. Reports are due by Weds, May 5th, 2010.
Deletions:
- Monday and Weds, Mar 23 and Mar 25. About 4 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Weds, 15 April. Eight weeks in. We'll start presentations the next week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?
- Mon, 20 April - Weds 29 April + finals day (tentative). Presentations and the last class days of the semester. Your completion date should be May 6, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 15 April. Tentatively, figure on the last four to six days of class.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday., 26 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
=== Wiki, Blog, Twitter, Tumblr? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogging and micro-blogging work with time and get much of their value by linking out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
For blogs and micro-blogging, look around WordPress and through Rettberg. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
=== Experiment or Research Study ===
You can come at this project as an experiment or research study into social media. Rather than focusing on creating a product, you could set up the project to investigate a use of the medium (using twitter in class. blogging class notes), situations or circumstances (when and where is twittering by phone welcome - when is it not), even more general experience: What's gained by following 10 freelance writers on twitter over 7 weeks? What can you find out?
To take this angle on the project, phrase your executive description as a hypothesis (Project: To discover if twittering class notes will help me master material. I hypothesize that it will lead to ...).
=== Reporting ===
Projects that involved weblogs or wikis are self-reporting. That is, we can both see how things are coming along week by week because you are posting regularly. Projects that involve Twitter do not self-report, so include writing a weekly report in your proposal.
Go for a descriptive title rather than clever.
An overall description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it? (You'll write this description last.)
Start with an overview of your intent. In a paragraph, explain what do you hope to do, or achieve, or find out.
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do first, second, third ... why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically you hope to learn about what from doing that. You want to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing. In this section, address
Describe how will the blog or wiki be designed. What will be in the blogroll, if you use one? What else on the side bar? If a wiki, have a look at Theony, chap 7, on categorizing.
What will you write about, what will the space contain? How will you use images if you use them?
If you're working with Tumblr, consider the kinds of media you will work with.

If you're working with Twitter, consider the times and places you will tweet.
//In the last paragraph of this section//, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making a brief in-class presentation along with your report.
=== Weekly Report ===
For Twitter projects, include a weekly report of 750 - 1000 words. The report would a consideratoni of what happened that week and what that might mean: what you did, what went well, what went poorly, how you dealt with things. Detail in this section of your proposal what you will cover in this report.
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//: numbers. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency.
For instance, if you plan on keeping a blog, how often will you post? How long do you expect those posts to be? If you're working with others on a collective blog, how will you distribute the tasks? What will each person contribute? Who will be responsible for what?
- 500 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, not topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length. Twitter: 3 - 4- 5 tweets a day, as you feel appropriate.
Contracts are set for the number of points: 500 / 750 / 1000.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday., 18 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
=== Wiki or Blog? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
For blogs, look around WordPress and through Rettberg. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
Go for descriptive over clever.
A general description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it? (You'll probably write this description last.)
Start with an overview of your intent. In a paragraph, explain what do you hope to do, or achieve, or find out.
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do, why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically you hope to learn about what from doing that. You want to try to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing.
Roughly, how will the blog or wiki be designed? What will be in the blogroll, if you use one? What else on the side bar? What will you write about, what will the space contain? Images?
//In the last paragraph of this section//, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making an in class presentation along with your report.
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency.
For instance, if you plan on keeping a blog, how often will you post? How long do you expect those posts to be? If you're working with others on a collective blog, how will you distribute the tasks? What will each person contribute? Who will be responsible for what?
- 500 pts (about a C) for keeping a general, not topic specific blog three or four times a week, with entires of about 200 - 500 words/day. For a wiki, sort of a freeform, general notebook or collaboration of the same frequency and length.
Contracts are set for the exact number of points: 500 / 750 / 1000.


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Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: This is like writing a grant. //Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread//.
A general description of the project: //In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)//: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it? (You'll probably write this description last.)
Start with an overview of your intent. In a paragraph, explain what do you hope to do, or achieve, or find out.
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do, why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically you hope to learn about what from doing that. You want to try to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing.
Roughly, how will the blog or wiki be designed? What will be in the blogroll, if you use one? What else on the side bar? What will you write about, what will the space contain? Images?
//In the last paragraph of this section//, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making an in class presentation along with your report.
In this section, detail the extent of your project //in measurable terms//. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency.
State specifically as possible where you will be at check in times below. Again, think in terms of numbers and frequency and state explicitly what you plan to have by each point.
- Monday and Weds, Mar 23 and Mar 25. About 4 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point? (Point of Abandonment. If the project isn't going well, this is the last point to re-think it.)
- Weds, 15 April. Eight weeks in. We'll start presentations the next week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?
Deletions:
Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: This is like writing a grant. **Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread**.
A general description of the project: **In two well-formed sentences (no more, and no less)**: What are you going to do, why, and how does the writing space you're going to use (blog or wiki) help you do it? (You'll probably write this description last.)
Start with an overview of your intent. In a paragraph, explain what do you hope to do, or achieve, or find out...
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do, why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically do you hope to learn about what from doing that? You want to try to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing.
Roughly, how will the blog or wiki be designed? What will you write about, what will the space contain?
**In the last paragraph of this section**, mention how you envision your project report: Will it be a wiki essay or something on your blog? What will you deal with in this report - as specifically as you can imagine it now. You can change your mind on this one, but start thinking about it now. You'll be making an inclass presentation along with your report.
In this section, detail the extent of your project **in measurable terms**. Think in terms of numbers of blog entries or wiki nodes, length, and frequency.
State specifically as possible where you will be at check in times. Again, think in terms of numbers and frequency and state explicitly what you plan to have by each point.
- Monday and Weds, Mar 23 and Mar 25. About 4 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point?
- Weds, 15 April. 8 weeks in. We'll start presentations the next week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?


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- Monday and Weds, Mar 23 and Mar 25. About 4 weeks into the project. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point?
- Weds, 15 April. 8 weeks in. We'll start presentations the next week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?
- Mon, 20 April - Weds 29 April + finals day (tentative). Presentations and the last class days of the semester. Your completion date should be May 6, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 15 April. Tentatively, figure on the last four to six days of class.
Deletions:
- Monday and Weds, Mar 31 and April 2. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point?
- Monday, 21 April. We start presentations this week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?
- Friday, 25 April - 7 May. Presentations and meet the last class days of the semester. This should be your completion date, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 21 April. Tentatively, figure on the last five or six days of class.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Hand in a print version at the start of class on Wednesday., 18 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language or the author; they focus on the project. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Wednesday., 18 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
When I approve your proposal, I'll ask you to submit a printed copy: Print the wiki page and hand it in once it's approved.
Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language or the author but focus on the project. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.


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For blogs, look around WordPress and through Rettberg. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastParticipants page.
Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: This is like writing a grant. **Use the following headings and follow the requests or expect your proposal returned unread**.
Deletions:
For blogs, look around WordPress and through Risdahl. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the [[http://199.17.178.148/~morgan/cgi-bin/blogsandwiki.pl?PastParticipantWikis PastPartiicipants]] page.
Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: this is like writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Wednesday., 18 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Wednesday., 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.


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Additions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Wednesday., 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Tues., 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.


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- Monday and Weds, Mar 31 and April 2. We'll meet face to face to touch base. What will you have accomplished by this point?
- Monday, 21 April. We start presentations this week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare. What will you have by this point?
Deletions:
- Monday and Weds, Mar 31 and April 2. We'll meet face to face to touch base.
- Monday, 21 April. We start presentations this week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare.


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Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language or the author but focus on the project. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
Deletions:
Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.


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Additions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, Tues., 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.


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For blogs, look around WordPress and through Risdahl. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the [[http://199.17.178.148/~morgan/cgi-bin/blogsandwiki.pl?PastParticipantWikis PastPartiicipants]] page.
Deletions:
For blogs, look around Blogger. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the [[http://199.17.178.148/~morgan/cgi-bin/blogsandwiki.pl?PastParticipantWikis PastPartiicipants]] page.


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You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, and //Wikis for Dummies// for some projects appropriate to wikis.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, for some projects appropriate to wikis


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Additions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by class time, 27 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
- Monday and Weds, Mar 31 and April 2. We'll meet face to face to touch base.
- Monday, 21 April. We start presentations this week, so we'll meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare.
- Friday, 25 April - 7 May. Presentations and meet the last class days of the semester. This should be your completion date, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 21 April. Tentatively, figure on the last five or six days of class.
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by 7:00 am, Sat. 24 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
- Monday, 26 March. Mid-term. We'll meet face to face at this week.
- Monday, 23 April. One week before we start presentations, we meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare.
- Monday, 30 April. We start presentations and meet the last 5 class days of the semester. This should be your completion date, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 30 April. Tentatively, figure on the last five or six days of class.


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Use the following headings in your proposal. Again: this is like writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.
Deletions:
**Use the following headings in your proposal.** Again: this is like writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.


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Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever. Grants try not to call attention to their language. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
**Use the following headings in your proposal.** Again: this is like writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.
Deletions:
Think of this project proposal as practice for a writing a grant. You'll need to be specific, semi-formal, and ringingly clear. Don't try to impress with language or be too clever: Grants try not to call attention to their language. Don't BS or strain for hype. Impress by designing an interesting and creative project that you and others will learn from.
**Use the following headings in your proposal.** Consider this writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.


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Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by 7:00 am, Sat. 24 Feb. Firm. No extensions.
**Use the following headings in your proposal.** Consider this writing a grant. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.
This is a detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.
Or if you're building a wiki, about how many nodes do you expect it to grow to? How often will you add material?
- Monday, 26 March. Mid-term. We'll meet face to face at this week.
- Monday, 23 April. One week before we start presentations, we meet f2f again to compare notes and prepare.
- Monday, 30 April. We start presentations and meet the last 5 class days of the semester. This should be your completion date, but what ask yourself, What do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 30 April. Tentatively, figure on the last five or six days of class.
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal]]
- [[http://199.17.178.148/%7Emorgan/cgi-bin/blogsAndWiki.pl?AspenEasterling/ProjectProposal AspenEasterling/ProjectProposal]]
Deletions:
Compose and submit a project proposal. Write this (or at least post it) on the wiki (go to your home page, title it ProjectProposalYourWikiName). Due by 7:00 am, Sat Feb 24. Firm. No extensions.
**Use the following headings in your proposal.** Consider this a grant round. Use the following headings or expect your proposal returned unread.
This is a detailed description of the project. In this section, address in detail what are you going to do, why, and how the writing space you're using serves the purposes you're aiming at.
Or if you're building a wiki, about how many nodes do you expect it to grow to? How ofen will you add material?
- Monday, 20 March. Mid-term. We'll meet face to face at this week.
- Monday, 10 April. Two weeks before we start presentations. We meet f2f again the week of 17 April to compare notes.
- Monday, 24 April. We start presentations and meet the last 5 class days of the semester. This should be your completion date, but what do you expect to have done at this point?
We'll set up presentation dates when we meet on 17 April. Tentatively, figure on the last three days of class.
- DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal
- BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal
- AngelBatterman/ProjectProposal
- JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal
- AyleenLindahl/ProjectProposal


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Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do, why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically do you hope to learn about what from doing that? You want to try to link //what// you're doing with //what you expect// of that doing.
Deletions:
Then, walk us through your project in more detail: What are you going to do, why specifically are you going to do that rather than something else, and what specifically do you hope to learn about what from doing that? You want to try to link ''what'' you're doing with ''what you expect'' of that doing.


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=== Wiki or Blog? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, for some projects appropriate to wikis
Deletions:
=== wiki or blog? ===
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, for some projects that wikis are appropriate for.


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- DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal
- BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal
- AngelBatterman/ProjectProposal
- JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal
- AyleenLindahl/ProjectProposal
Deletions:
* DaphneLogan/ProjectProposal
* BerneChristiansen/ProjectProposal
* AngelBatterman/ProjectProposal
* JeremyAlthiser/ProjectProposal
* AyleenLindahl/ProjectProposal


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For blogs, look around Blogger. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the [[http://199.17.178.148/~morgan/cgi-bin/blogsandwiki.pl?PastParticipantWikis PastPartiicipants]] page.
Deletions:
For blogs, look around Blogger. You might also look at what students have done in past years on the PastPartiicipantWikis page.


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Additions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [[http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!]], Matt Barton, for some projects that wikis are appropriate for.
Deletions:
You need to decide which writing space is appropriate for your project. Blogs are chronological and link out. Wikis are topically arranged and develop over time, and link internally. Have a look at [http://www.mattbarton.net/tikiwiki/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=4 Embrace the Wiki Way!], Matt Barton, for some projects that wikis are appropriate for.


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