Individual students will:
- Keep up with course readings.
- Participate in research as decided by the team.
- Contribute a minimum of 15 written (2+ paragraphs long) blog entries regarding research.
- Create blog entries that will demonstrate unique ideas, connections, prompts, questions, etc.
- Provide thoughtful, well-written material.
- Comment a minimum of 10 times on other teams’ blogs.
- Take turns writing the weekly Critical Review of a course reading.
- Take turns acting as blog editor.
- Use and reference the Internet appropriately — including the content / value of all entries, links, comments, and behind-the-scenes administration of the web site itself
(EX: including author’s name & a link to the original source when quoting or using images.)
- Sign up for relevant web collaboration tool accounts (when necessary)
- Maintain the team’s blog during the length of three weeks.
- Support individual requests regarding the publication of blog entries, content, and website maintenance.
(EX: If blog post is about shoes instead of the project, editor can delete or ask for clarification.
EX2: If the font on the website is difficult to read, team members can ask the editor to fix it.)
- Collaborate with instructor regarding website changes, if needed.
- Encourage team members to maintain regular participation.
- Keep an accurate team spreadsheet (via google docs or similar) of all team members’ contributions to-date.
- Successfully create a blog that demonstrates insight & analysis gained from research into course question. Blog must be connected to women’s literature. (EX: if focusing on contemporary feminism, you must talk about writers in the movement, not musicians.)
- Create a unique ‘name’ for the blog.
- Share information, questions, and discoveries via the blog.
- Work collaboratively to split work & research fairly.
- Use class time and computers in an appropriate manner at all times.