For this project, you will collaborate as a class to write and publish a cohesive research project on a single theme to be published on a wiki.
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For this assignment, you will create a wiki as a class that organizes resources for aspiring etext authors like yourselves.
Your final project in NMAC 3108 is to construct a wiki around a certain topic. As a class, you will present a new project, or decide to revise an old one that’s already on the wiki.
For this assignment, you will construct a wiki entry on Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice. The completed wiki will take the form of a study guide to assist other students like yourselves when studying this work. Since this is a new wiki,each group will concentrate on a single chapter of the novella.
Media Criticism Web Assignment 3 • Fall 2008 There’s been much talk lately (since 2000) about media bias, especially from the “elitist liberal media.” In this assignment, you will investigate this notion as a group by contributing any of the following that address media bias: definition (with at least three works cited) annotated bibliography entry […]
Media Criticism Web Assignment 1 • Fall 2008 For this first wiki assignment, you may complete one of the following: Define a vocabulary term Write an essay about a specific topic we have covered so far Write a commentary (review) of a text we have read so far Put at least two entries on the […]
When writing for a wiki, think of yourself as contributing to an encyclopedia. A wiki, then, could be defined as an open-use encyclopedia, one that provides the information most relevant to a particular community.
For this assignment, you should begin constructing a wiki entry on any piece of literature we have read this semester. The completed wiki should take the form of a study guide to assist other students like yourselves when studying this work. Major sections of a LitWiki study guide should contain: A biographical sketch of of […]
Begin by looking over the Composition FAQ on LitWiki. Notice that is a list of frequently asked questions about first-year composition. All links that are blue (or purple) have been answered; all of those in red have yet to be. Read through a couple of entries in order to get a feel for what you […]