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WIKI: Working in Collaborative Spaces

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Jeanne Bohannon

on 20 April 2015

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Transcript of WIKI: Working in Collaborative Spaces

Why Digital Collaboration?
"Textobjects we make that circulate among others show back to us our embedded belonging in the humanatural world, show us our abilities to participate, show us how our senses are always entwined with there being sensible stuff, show us how our senses exist because there is sensible stuff" Ann Wysocki, interview with
Hot Metal Bridge
When we produce digitalities as communal practice, we also produce opportunities for student-scholars to negotiate their own rhetorical growth and take ownership of associated outcomes.
Situated Project
SPSU ENGL 1102, Special Topics Course - Advocacy for Women in STEM Fields

Goal: Produce well-researched texts that highlight forgotten women in STEM fields and disseminate the texts to organizations and schools for curriculum enrichment.

Project Description: "Twenty Forgotten Women in STEM"
Participants: 18 student-scholars and 1 instructor researched for one week and each participant came up with at least two women in STEM. As a group, we narrowed the list down to twenty entries. Each participant took ownership for one woman-subject (instructor took two).
WIKI: Working in Collaborative Spaces
Next Steps:
Using a collaboration platform, (Google Drive), participants write their entries and edit the entries of their peers. Student editors facilitate process.

Goal: To make entries rhetorically cohesive and visually similar.
In-Progress
After the community agrees on the draft edits and end product, we research public-domain photos and other visuals for each entry.
Community Product
Participants upload digital text to WIKI space and make final collaborative edits to texts and place visuals for consistency and audience relevance.

WIKI available to schools and community groups.
We have presented a panel for SPSU Women's History Month and partnered with high school Science and English Teachers
Final Text Product


http://wstem.pbworks.com/w/page/78682586/Welcome%20to%20our%20Wiki
We welcome your feedback.
On Twitter, #SPSUSTEM
WEB: www.rhetoricmatter.org
e-mail:
jbohanno@spsu.edu
Why Digital Collaboration?
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