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==== Week of 6 Feb ====
If you haven't used a wiki before, start with the tutorial: [[ | Getting Started on a Wiki]]

Then go on to SettingUpAWikiNamePage. Then explore the readings and videos, and move into composing your thoughts about using wikis as requested in WikisAreUs.

- [[ | Getting Started on a Wiki]]
- SettingUpAWikiNamePage
- WikisAreUs

For Extra Credit! you can take stock of your impressions about working with a wiki as a post on your blog.




WikisAndCredibility - Adding to the thread to be refactored

WikisDestroyIndividualCreativity - review for changes

Madelyn and Bri


AudienceAsCollective - with links


Unknown edits

Start up pages - RichardCase
[[ | reflection]]

[[ | Dark Side]]. Google search for 'dark side of Wikipedia' produces more.

=== the invidious ===

=== new on refactoring === - a discussion in progress. A highly refined wiki page.




v Twitter as microblog


==== Wikis in 2016 ====

=== identity ===
Kathleen Fitzpatrick. Identity and self: [[ | Pleasure of the Blog: Early Novel, the Serial, and the Narrative Archive]]

- tutorial for registering for this wiki and a first exercise in WikiWriting: SettingUpAWikiNamePage.
- [[ Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]]

The most recent and very experimental wiki stuff is [[ here]] and [[ here]].

Old Daybook on;


The weeks 2014
- Activities for RettbergChaps1And2
- OnTheActivities
- Activities for RettbergChap3
- PreparingForWikis
- WritingTheWikiProject
- GettingStarted
- StyleGuide
- WikiWallflowers
- ProjectProposalAssignment
- StudioTourExercise
- ProjectPresentationAndWriteup

Notes on writing the wiki
- topics from subjects
- focus on wiki writing
- BUT ALSO creating a larger context
- using sources. Doing research. Google it.
- Probably don't know what you're going to write when you enter this project. So start. More seeds? And an orientation of "what can x tell us about our larger topic?
- refactor

Issues etc

Network theory illustrates strong and weak ties. My academic colleagues are not part of my friend social network made up of local friends, old university friends, and friends of friends.

Notes on posts
- writing for a sophisticated reader/public.
- to make your work of collection useful -

learning to address an audience
writing a lot like you're teaching others. works. but so does the narrative I did this then that ... and more distant considerations of summary

reflection with links
how I will read and eval reflections
follow the guidelines - I'm using your reflection to evaluate what you've done and w/o link, won't evaluate it. works posts into her narrative of the week.



- will put more challenging bloggers in front of you

New Lib Arts with a list of some 2014 bloggers - with twitter integration etc

add exercises in exploring formats, considering how they work and what they afford -


Refactoring at NeutralPOV

Finding a direction at SecretMediaRevolution


[[ What's Next]] thread

this is another

==== a list ====
- GettingStarted
- [[ | BBC]]
- [[ | email me]]


=====M C Morgan=====

The wiki page is not a finished page. It's always in a state of work
talk page

Our talk

eval of week using your reflections

reflections: strategies Jessie's is a guide to his posts this week. He gives an OV and separates out the links. But he made good use of the heuristic questions: substantial if brief, conversational, and leading forward in the last paragraph.
I have decided to finish my weekly summary a tad earlier than usual because I have loads of other homework and this post is the most important. I am not 100% sure how these weekly summaries are supposed to look, but here goes.
Detailed, linked, thorough - longer, more casual but rewards reading. Totally in control of his work.
little more formal - takes up and continues an issue that got started this week:. This is not just a summary but he's extending his thinking about the topic -
I do not own the apparatus which creates my blog, but its appearance and shifting content is my own choice. There is no final product with a blog. I get to constantly choose what is the final presentation of my thought, right? Though a post is just that, a final published thought, so there is not clear line for me here. Beyond that, the audience is much wider, varied, and yet for the duration of this course I am being graded and I am aware of that. I also know that I am being pushed to create. Random attempts, thoughts, and potential failures are pushed for in this course structure, that is the key difference between my usual university approach and the rigor of my course driven blogging.

Interesting move is dropping the links in as examples -
I find myself much more willing to be generally reflective on what I feel I know rather than academically as sure as I can be with respected sources. For instance, my post on IP, CC, and copyright law was based on wide net of Google searches, educated guesses as to respectable sources (the Creative Commons website was a no brainer), and a post which utilized my “sources” and dredged up my understanding of copyright law. That is not my normal approach. Usually I would have taken the time to look over my MLA publisher’s guide for any issues with my understanding, yet I didn’t do that here for a piece which has the potential to be seen by a much wider audience than an instructor.

and in doing that, of course, influencing how I evaluate the work. That is, Matt places his work in the context that *he* defines, saying, "These are examples - and here's how I want you to interpret them, as evidence of
"I find myself much more willing to be generally reflective on what I feel I know rather than academically as sure as I can be with respected sources."


I am noticing responses and I'm letting myself be influenced by those responses.

I'm only following what you link to and remark on in your reflection. If you can't be arsed to remark on it, why should I? So I am being influenced by links. I'm giving my attention those posts that give their attention to their work.

Pass Bootcamp if you have a 70 or better. Below that, you might want to review stuff, or consider moving on.

by Tony Rogers - More by Tony Rogers
Put very simply, citizen journalism is when private individuals do essentially what professional reporters do - report information. That information can take many ...

From 2006: PBS. Let's see what the mainstream thought about CJ six years ago - 

MediaShift . Your Guide to Citizen Journalism | PBS

blog set up
about page - edit to more information
post an introductory statement designed to get others to comment
visit the weblogs of others and introduce selves

I will post suggestions for Categories

Spoiler: Wikis - collective knowledge collectively created - enact the fear that knowledge is provisional, situated, contextual, and collective. That knowledge gains authority not be expertise alone, but by enactment and integration with other strands.

Morgan's notes
- review posts for underlying themes or topics to develop
- on Weds: develop, either solo or group
- upping the ante on public writing - in manner and in content
- into the social - wikis and development of knowledge
- StyleGuide - do have to reign in the argument - but rants don't really contribute to understanding unless they are placed in contexts.
- naming pages

wikis and knowledge
- from the dispersed but inherently connected (readers connect and link even when the writer doesn't) to the collected and intertwingled
- from independent examples to collective knowledge - informal [[ induction]]. More accurately, making a case for a topic
- synthesize or be synthesized by -

Blog: I effing hate wikis. >
Wiki: Early adopters dislike wikis for supposed swallowing of uniqueness, for fear of abuse, for desire of authority, conception of knowledge as individual, ...

How the wiki / style guide moderates the free-for all
- threads and discussions
- refactoring
- double line - or Talk pages
- contributors do have to reign in the argument - but rants don't really contribute to understanding unless they are placed in contexts.

WikiHate - Give me authority or give me death
and how do you think knowledge gets produced off-wiki?



breaking news monitter - back and multiple streams Visualization I feel - analysis we feel fine. original. slow Twistori more of the same - World - world popularity - attempting to control the backchannel

go to admin panel
click Register link
Add username and email address

Check mail later.
Go to profile page
change PW and add some bio info: your real name and your blog at least.


Brooks and Social Media at NDSU




== back issues spring 2011 ==
Previous information is on the CourseSyllabus
WeblogAndWikisWeekOne2011: Getting Set Up
WeblogAndWikisWeekTwo2011: Blogging, Communities, and Networks: Changes in literacy, dialogue, and genres
WeblogAndWikisWeekThree2011: Here Comes Everybody
WeblogsAndWikisWeekFour2011 and Five: Wikis
WeblogsAndWikisWeekSix2011: Reflect
WeblogsAndWikisWeekSeven2011: Produsage
[[ The Exchange]]
WeblogsAndWikisWeekNine2011: Social Media and Japan
WeblogsAndWikisWeekTen2011: Social media, privacy, social circles, sharing
WeblogsAndWikisWeekEleven2011: txtin iz messin mi headn'me englis
WeblogsAndWikisWeekTwelve2011: Will work for food
WeblogsAndWikisWeekThirteen2011: Forever Mobile and Pervasively Social

M C Morgan, Prof English
Dept of English
1500 Birchmont Dr #23
Bemidji State University
Bemidji MN 56601 USA

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[[ dayglow]]

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Project progress

Privacy activity

Project plans
plans leading to project:

What's up
using weblog for notes:

Morgan's notes on midterm review
- seeing the most movement and opportunity for learning from those who experiment: try something out
- seeing least when posts are thin, far between, irregular, and simply reactions

[[ Google Reader Play]]

[[ Produsage: Pencil v Camera]]

WeekSevenProdusageMCM < from notes to activity

===some projects worth viewing===
emilyrice22 Emily Rice
#en3177 All three of us agree. Its ruining the industry. But what do you think?
1 minute ago Favorite Retweet Reply

Kcolors21 Ashley Kranz
#en3177 This wiki page uses comedy to compare two aspects of the digital world of Facebook and Twitter
5 minutes ago

Notes for 8 Feb
artifacts that illustrate working with ideas of the course -

- notes and notetaking:
- v
- notes on the wiki:
- comments with links on Lamb:

- collaborative projects on home page
- seeing more development of linking and working methods: interlinking of blog and wiki, links to sources, use of weblog and wikis for notes and on the fly development.
- some development of online id and hub of work: centered on weblog or wiki pages

Coming up: Week Six: Reflection

Notes for 1 Feb
- adapting the exercise to fit
- - extensive
- - using prezi

- two paras: a start:
- search
- seeing a number of these

first notes
- get started - search - develop more
- ramble - go ahead - ramble yourself into a point
- post notes. Extensive notes, but post them
- shift mode to an alterative: prezi, images
led to this: KickStarting

Time management -


for spring 2011
- create a wiki page for each week, with topic, meetings, and activities.
- WeblogAndWikisWeekOne2011
- WeblogAndWikisWeekTwo2011
- WeblogAndWikisWeekThree2011
- WeblogsAndWikisWeekFour2011
- WeblogsAndWikisWeekFive2011:
- WeblogsAndWikisWeekSix2011: reflect
- WeblogsAndWikisWeekSeven2011
- WeblogsAndWikisWeekTen2011

- everybody publishes with RSS
- feeds are aggregated on the new Daybook. Open the contributor feeds to comments
- check the set up feedtowp to aggregate only to those posts with an #en3177 tag.

** 152 Bemidji coop**
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[[ Flickr photo page]]
[[ Available sizes and permissions page]]

====News - Teens blog less ====
from Nick Carbone via techrhet

Ironically, I think this trend makes blogging more valuable in the
curriculum. That is, because it's not a form/tool a lot of young
writers take up by choice, nor a technology favored by the young, it's
different enough to be useful in a different way than using tools
--tweets, sms -- that are more a given. The essay, a form most people
don't choose to write (and the kind of writing you can do in a blog),
has value because it asks for a different way of thinking than most
beginning writers are used to if their default writing habit is the
text message, the tweet, and Facebook update.

So along e-mail, another old person thing, we add blogs. I'm sure in
ten years, the things teens/early-twentiers find hip now will be for
old people too.

And it's not like blogs are less relevant per se over all; it's just
that their uses and purposes might be shifting as young writers find
other ways and tools to say who they are and what they think.

a look at blog postings in GoogleReader:

Wed and Friday
- WhatIsAWeblog
- BlogAsGenre | BlogGenres



==tools== - no registration. display hashtag searches or own timeline. Good for display. - no reg. displays hashtag searches. once paired with twitter, user can watch the stream and post to the tag at the same time. Good for user - not just for display gimmicky and less readable and trackable from audience. distracting for audience but fine for exploration. limited to searches.

Use #EN3177 for posting to course. or follow @Weblogsandwikis

distinctions between blogging, twittering, Facebooking - Rosenberg, 335-6, 333 - 4

Experimental: RecentChangesMindMap

===New topics for early development===
MobileBlogging or Blogging Mobile



start new categories: CategoryHistory

for spring 2010
writers and writing: freelancing by blogging
- what writers do has changed - and not changed. they still give advice to colleagues, but the advice extends to presentation. Chapman is a good case study.

Recast or place emphasis on social networking and exchange
- twitter - and start by looking at how twitterers promote themselves and their blogs on twitter
- more searching for bloggers and presentation of them in class
- a few more weblogs that showa distinct voice/attitude. get more of a possible range into projects
- cover / talk about cameras, uploading, adequate technology

Rename the course for 2010 - or extend the description to include other social media

[[ TheWikiWay]]
[[ GimmeFive]] from MeatballWiki

TheWikiWay < local





other wikis as Admin


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Monday into Weds: create a list of uses for wikis based on their affordances:
that is, given how they work - fast, internal linking with wikiwords, external links, multiple authors - what are good uses for them?
Draw on Wikis for Dummies, but also on Brian Lamb
[[ when you aren't collaborating]]

Start here -
dominantly authored by students of classes past
to develop this: ReimaginingWriting


and wikis support malleable reading


[[ Brightkite Wall]]
[[ Twittervision]]
[[ flickrvision]]

[[ Twitter Monitor]]

[[ #uksnow]]
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[[ Map of the US political blogosphere]]
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**Some practice in reading and collaborating**
Every member of the group: read Wide Open Spaces and add notes to your group notes page for Weds 22 Jan
- The lead notetaker for today should summarize the reading in a paragraph or two at the top of the page.
Everyone should contribute
- The ideas you want to take with you. You can quote or paraphrase, but explain the reasons why these bits are significant to you.
- Implications for you as a student/writer/freelancer/ a content creator in whatever area you're in.
- Examples: See if you can find more examples or counter examples of what Lamb discusses and link to them.
Use headings to sketch out a rough organization for the page. Everyone help out everyone else: add material, respond to material.

Don't leave this until the last minute. You might want to approach it a couple of times over the next five days.

Notes for spring
- all wiki exercises should aim towards document mode: expanding the knowledge base on this wiki.
- draw some starting points from Walker for themes and ideas.
- Weblogs focus: FOCUS on how they are used professionally: freelancing, journalism, academic, etc. Take a cue from Walker to get started.
- Everyone: weekly posts to the Daybook adding Blogs of Note and why.
- Everyone: access to my delicious EN3177 to see what I'm reading.


[[ sites linking to this wiki]]



To Do
- ++set acls in config to control comments++
- ++remove the settings command from Loging/Register to prevent spammers++.
++- set up a new logon / invite page or technique for registering and logging in.++
- add CC plate to footer:
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