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* interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers
== ** site for student works ** ==
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* see [http://swapnotes.com/ swapnotes.com]
 
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* would students use it?
swapnotes.com
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*# read
 
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*# upload
 
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*# annotate
== would students use it? ==
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** early adopters would be honors-type students
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* uses:
a.) read  b.) upload c.) annotate
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** see what people had written about a topic
early adopters would be honors-type students
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** see what sources people had used
uses:
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*** see comments about sources
see what people had written about a topic
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** extra credit
see what sources people had used
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*** for uploading
see comments about sources
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** turn it in system for class
extra credit
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** publish papers anonymous -- you want feedback, but don't want people to know who you are
for uploading
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* purpose of the site
turn it in system for class
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** tired of writing papers no one will ever read?
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** get feedback before you turn it in
publish papers anonymous -- you want feedback, but don't want people to know who you are
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** professors: turn it in
 
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*** professors could markup
 
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** get help (see what others have written)
== purpose of the site: ==
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** share your work with the world
 
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** submissions system to OA journals
tired of writing papers no one will ever read?
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* GPL v3 revision system for commenting
get feedback before you turn it in
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** there's a similar module for Drupal
professors: turn it in
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* integrate Wikimedia Foundation projects functionality
professors could markup
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** upload to Wikibooks
get help (see what others have written)
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** PD sources: link to Wikisource
share your work with the world
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**interwiki-like links to WP articles in comments
submissions system to OA journals
 
 
 
GPL v3 revision system for commenting
 
there's a similar module for Drupal
 
 
 
integrate Wikimedia Foundation projects functionality
 
upload to Wikibooks
 
PD sources: link to Wikisource
 
interwiki-like links to WP articles in comments
 

Revision as of 07:04, 12 July 2007

  • interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers
  • see swapnotes.com
  • would students use it?
    1. read
    2. upload
    3. annotate
    • early adopters would be honors-type students
  • uses:
    • see what people had written about a topic
    • see what sources people had used
      • see comments about sources
    • extra credit
      • for uploading
    • turn it in system for class
    • publish papers anonymous -- you want feedback, but don't want people to know who you are
  • purpose of the site
    • tired of writing papers no one will ever read?
    • get feedback before you turn it in
    • professors: turn it in
      • professors could markup
    • get help (see what others have written)
    • share your work with the world
    • submissions system to OA journals
  • GPL v3 revision system for commenting
    • there's a similar module for Drupal
  • integrate Wikimedia Foundation projects functionality
    • upload to Wikibooks
    • PD sources: link to Wikisource
    • interwiki-like links to WP articles in comments