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Multimodal Mondays: Community Wikis As Collaborative Service Projects

posted: 10.6.14 by Andrea Lunsford

Today’s Multimodal Mondays post comes from guest blogger Jeanne Law Bohannon.

In their collaborative text, Writing Together, Lisa Ede and Andrea Lunsford discuss the participatory process of new media writing in terms of how it “provides opportunities for writerly agency, even as it challenges notions of intellectual property” (241).  Their argument makes me think about multi-authored pieces as more than just assignments.  [read more]

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Multimodal Mondays: Working Together to Evaluate a Wikipedia Article

posted: 10.28.13 by Andrea Lunsford

Collaboration is a key part of writing for many people today, and as I’ve noted elsewhere, I’m a big fan of collaborative projects. Here’s an idea for a collaborative project that asks students to evaluate an article from perhaps the most familiar collaborative project of them all, Wikipedia. [read more]

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