The early mid-term assignment will be to collaboratively write articles for Wikipedia for texts you read last semester, being careful to cite each sentence of summary to the page in the original text. You should make use of the blog posts and discussions from last semester. You can see a list of the potential articles on the Wikipedia course page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_Program:CUNY,_CUNY_Graduate_Center/ITP_Core_2_(Spring_2014)#Week_4:_2014_Feb._26_-_Wikipedia_Workshop_3_.26_Wikipedia_assignment_1_DUE
You will work collaboratively in three teams. We will sort out these groups in class. You will be encouraged to keep their conversation on Wikipedia talk pages and not in meatspace. The fact that you will be working off of a blog post that you did not author yourself, adds an additional dimension to the collaborative authorship.
The blog posts are summaries of the readings along with interpretations and discussion questions. You will have to separate out the opinion from the summary. (e.g. maintain NPOV and No Original Research).
These are the pages that we’re created two years ago:
Use book articles like these as models for your work:
Check in points:
- March 5th: Write work plan on the article talk page; if no page currently exists, write it on the sandbox of one team member.
- March 12th: Begin initial contributions on sandbox. Contributions should be cited.
- March 19th: Article finished as a draft, and moved into article space. Peer review takes place. Final citations put in place.
March 26th: Article Due
- April 2: Article Due