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 Starting in Week 5, 15% of your final grade is based on all of the gifts you make to an online, collaborative knowledge base on our class’s Canvas wiki. You can edit any page that has an Edit button on the top and even make new pages. Each individual student should make a contribution every week to a shared stock of knowledge and ideas in the form of a wiki on the class Canvas site. If you make several different kinds of contributions to the knowledge base every week from Week 5 to Week 14, then you get full credit in this assignment. You can add any kind of contribution as long as you think it helps us all understand cultural theory better. There’s even a page entitled “Cultures of Covid” you can edit and extend. Starting in Week 5, 15% of your final grade is based on all of the gifts you make to an online, collaborative knowledge base on our class’s Canvas wiki. You can edit any page that has an Edit button on the top and even make new pages. Each individual student should make a contribution every week to a shared stock of knowledge and ideas in the form of a wiki on the class Canvas site. If you make several different kinds of contributions to the knowledge base every week from Week 5 to Week 14, then you get full credit in this assignment. You can add any kind of contribution as long as you think it helps us all understand cultural theory better. There’s even a page entitled “Cultures of Covid” you can edit and extend.
  
-Authoring and editing a collaborative document is not just putting stuff in. We all have to read, think about, extend, edit, and comment on what other people say so that we work to a bigger and better collective of common knowledge. So every week you should do at least two different kinds of things. Look at the page on the [[3601:2020:​the_key_tasks_of_collaborative_editing|key tasks]] of collaborative writing as a guide.+Authoring and editing a collaborative document is not just putting stuff in. We all have to read, think about, extend, edit, and comment on what other people say so that we work to a bigger and better collective of common knowledge. So every week you should do at least two different kinds of things. Look at the page on the [[:​the_key_tasks_of_collaborative_editing|key tasks]] of collaborative writing as a guide.
  
 Use the assigned roles for seminar discussion as a starting point and go from there. For instance if you were previously assigned the role to ask questions, then instead you can spend that week editing and making comments on what other people have written, and then see where that leads you and do more. The next week, you can add citations and find new sources for the class bibliography,​ and then see what you think of next and do more. Use the assigned roles for seminar discussion as a starting point and go from there. For instance if you were previously assigned the role to ask questions, then instead you can spend that week editing and making comments on what other people have written, and then see where that leads you and do more. The next week, you can add citations and find new sources for the class bibliography,​ and then see what you think of next and do more.
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