Creating a Personal Wiki Page
Personal Wiki Page: Due Sunday, September 8 by 11:59 PM. (15 points)
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Grading rubric (wiki
- Create Personal Wiki Page
- To create this page, open the "Sociological Imagination Wikis" page (link found in Module 1), find the wiki that corresponds to your last name, click "View" to open it, and then select: "Add New Page" from the right-hand column in the wiki. Remember to name your wiki page: "your last name, your first name-personal wiki page." After you have created your personal wiki page click save and exit, return to the wiki home page and make your name a link to you personal page.
- What to include on your personal page:
- Provide a bit of information about yourself and
other interests you might have. We expect a minimum of 125 words.
- Experiment with the different features
of the wiki--add a minimum of 3 external links to web pages you find interesting or relevant to the class and provide a brief description of the sites.
- Add some internal links (links to exisiting pages in the wiki, again, a minimum of 3). Link back to the "home
page" and create and link to pages for your work on CT 1 and CT 2 (your pages for projects 1 and 2 should link back to your personal page and the wiki's home page). All pages should be named using the format: "your last name, your first name-page description." We encourage you to create links to other students' pages, too.
- Add a few images--especially a picture of yourself.
- Update this
page throughout the semester--always insuring your links to your project 1 and 2 pages work properly. This is where the grader goes to access your part of the
assignment. Credit will not be given for individual work if it is not
linked on the personal wiki page.
- For help creating a personal wiki page, see Prof. Keel's Panopto tutorial, "Working in a Wiki" in the Wiki Help folder of the class MyGateway
site--Module 1 and Help and Resources area.
- Leave comments on other students' pages to provide help and assistance and
point out minor edits that need to be done, etc.
- Be sure
to complete the "E-mail Feedback Consent." You can find the e-mail
feedback consent "test" in Module 1.
Until you give consent, you will have to visit Prof. Keel or a TA to receive
full feedback on the group project.
Be sure to correctly cite all information used from research
resources (in-text citations and a list of references for each page) using the ASA manuscript submission guide (local copy with web citation guidelines or a full version of the ASA Style Guide). Additional assistance with referencing online resources
can be found here.
Also, remember we are undertaking an academic activity, so please refrain from
using opinion, unreliable or invalid resources, sensationalism,
and other non-academic practices. See academic integrity statement and Turnitin information.
Rubric and Scoring for your personal wiki page (15 points possible):
Evaluation Criteria for Written Work and Critical Thinking
Personal Wiki Page
||Information about yourself and your interests. (125 words minimum)
Include 2-3 images.
3 or more hyperlinks to external web sites of interest with brief description, and make name on the wiki's home page a link to personal page.
3 or more hyperlinks to internal (existing) wiki pages--one must be to the "Home" page, others must be to pages for part 1 & 2.
Neatness, originality, no more than 2 spelling/grammar errors
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