Week 2 Activities

A Few General Reminders:

  • Please update any changed info to the “Our Info” doc (link available via Canvas)
  • Please confirm registration of your blog with DS106 via this link (though please don’t register twice!)

By Thursday 6/16:

1. Produce your first DS106 Daily Create

  • Tweet your Daily Create to #ds106 and #ILT5340
  • Use Hypothesis and add your first Daily Create as a public annotation to our Week 2 blog post (and to the dedicated Week 2 URL, not our blog’s home page)
  • You’re encouraged to create a multimodal annotation, so review how to add images, videos, and audio via Hypothesis

By Friday 6/17:

1. Blog about your DS106 Assignment Bank Audio creation

  • Your Audio assignment should, if possible, explore your chosen storytelling theme
  • Follow these DS106 blogging guidelines, and promote your blog via Twitter (#ds106 and #ILT5340)

2. Read Lankshear & Knobel (2011) Chapter 4: New Literacies and Social Learning Practices of Digital Remixing

3. Add your Hypothesis web annotations to this week’s course readings (both required and recommended)

  • Starting this week – and for the remainder of the term – you’ll be annotating in a smaller group (approx. eight learners)
  • Join your smaller annotation group (via the Our Groups doc available in Canvas)

4. Blog your response to our course readings and your interest-driven scholarship (for grad students only)

  • Your interest-driven scholarship should, if possible, explore your chosen theme
  • Follow our Criteria for Reading Responses (in Canvas)

5. Blog your Week 1 story critique

  • Your story critique should, if possible, explore and critique a story about your theme
  • Follow our Criteria for Critiques of Digital Stories (in Canvas)

By Sunday 6/19:

1. Produce your second DS106 Daily Create

  • Tweet your Daily Create to #ds106 and #ILT5340
  • Use Hypothesis and add your second Daily Create as a public annotation to our Week 2 blog post

2. Use Hypothesis to annotate 2 of your colleagues’ story critiques

  • Starting this week – and for the remainder of the term – you’ll be annotating critiques of peers in your smaller group
  • Post your response annotations to your private group (see Our Groups via Canvas)

3. Use Hypothesis to annotate 2 of your colleagues’ reading responses

  • Starting this week – and for the remainder of the term – you’ll be annotating reading responses of peers in your smaller group
  • Post your response annotations to your private group (see Our Groups via Canvas)

4. Write your Week 2 reflective summary

  • Follow our Criteria for Weekly Reflections (in Canvas)
  • You are welcome to either blog this reflective summary or to send privately to Lisa and Remi via email
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