Week 5 Activities

Here are the activities for the fifth week of our course together.

By Thursday 7/7:

  • 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 this blog post

By Friday 7/8:

  • Blog about your DS106 Assignment Bank Mashup creation
    • Your design assignment should explore your chosen storytelling theme
    • Follow these DS106 blogging guidelines, and promote your blog via Twitter (#ds106 and #ILT5340)
  • Read Jenkins (2008): Afterword: Communities of readers, clusters of practices
  • Add your Hypothesis web annotations to this week’s course readings (both required and recommended)
    • You’ll be annotating our required reading in your small group (a, b, c, d)
    • You’re encouraged to engage with recommended readings via public (not private group) Hypothesis annotations
  • Blog your response to our course readings and your interest-driven scholarship (for grad students only)
    • Your interest-driven scholarship should explore your chosen storytelling theme
    • Follow our Criteria for Reading Responses (in Canvas)
  • Blog your Week 5 story critique
    • Your story critique should explore and critique a story related to your chosen theme
    • Follow our Criteria for Critiques of Digital Stories (in Canvas)

By Sunday 7/10:

  • 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 this blog post
  • Use Hypothesis to annotate 2 of your colleagues’ story critiques
    • Annotate blog posts from peers in your small group (a, b, c, d)
    • Post your response annotations to your private group
  • Use Hypothesis to annotate 2 of your colleagues’ reading responses
    • Annotate blog posts from peers in your small group (a, b, c, d)
    • Post your response annotations to your private group
  • Write your Week 5 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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