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This course integrates biomedical perspectives of topics relevant to women’s health with sociohistorical perspectives on t...
There are eight wikis:<br />Bodies<br />Discourses<br />Identities<br />Power<br />Knowing<br />Autonomy<br />Justice<br /...
You will contribute to one Wiki each week.<br />This course uses peer-reviewed scholarly articles as both text and researc...
How to do Wiki entries:<br />Take notes as you read the articles about how they relate to your Wiki concept for the week.<...
Everyone assigned to the Wiki contributes.<br />Scoring as follows:<br />2 points– cites all the articles; something is be...
Don’t panic<br />Here are some detailed illustrated instructions for using Blackboard Wikis<br />
Click “Wikis” in sidebar:<br />
Click the title of your topic for the week:<br />
First entry: Name the page, copy/paste content, and click “Submit.”<br />
Once the wiki is started, click “Create Wiki Page” or “Edit Wiki Content.”<br />
“Create Wiki Page” works well for setting up weekly entries.<br />
“Edit Wiki Content” works well for collaboration among students.<br />
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  1. 1. This course integrates biomedical perspectives of topics relevant to women’s health with sociohistorical perspectives on the construction of clinical knowledge. Participants will explore critical analyses of global health disparities associated with gender, race, class, disability, and sexual orientation.  Participants will also expand their knowledge and appreciation of culturally diverse concepts of health and gender.<br />Catalogue description of JINS 376: Women’s Health<br />Wiki entries<br />
  2. 2. There are eight wikis:<br />Bodies<br />Discourses<br />Identities<br />Power<br />Knowing<br />Autonomy<br />Justice<br />Health<br />
  3. 3. You will contribute to one Wiki each week.<br />This course uses peer-reviewed scholarly articles as both text and research material. Students must demonstrate the ability to perform a close reading of scholarship from clinical and interpretive perspectives. Eight wiki entries worth ten points each will be due each Saturday of the summer semester. (80 points total)<br />This is where you demonstrate your ability to perform close reading of scholarly text across disciplines and to participate in collaborative discourse. Each wiki entry is due to Blackboard on Saturday evening. Every student will post to a different wiki every week. See the document entitled “Wiki participation schedule” under the “Information” tab in Blackboard for a calendar detailing who will post to which wiki each week. All students posting to a wiki will share the same score for the week’s entry. If Students 1, 2, and 3 are responsible for posting to Wiki A during Week 1, for example, I will evaluate material added to Wiki A during Week 1 and assign Students 1, 2, and 3 a score that reflects the quality of the overall work.<br />Material posted after 9 p.m. on Saturdays will count towards the following week’s content—in other words, there is no such thing as an extension on wiki entries. Each wiki entry should incorporate all the “required” articles for the week, cited appropriately.<br />From the syllabus<br />
  4. 4. How to do Wiki entries:<br />Take notes as you read the articles about how they relate to your Wiki concept for the week.<br />For example, if you’re assigned to “Autonomy” for Week 1, you need to take notes as you read Wells and Choi & Pak about how the material relates to individual bodily self-determination.<br />
  5. 5. Everyone assigned to the Wiki contributes.<br />Scoring as follows:<br />2 points– cites all the articles; something is better than nothing<br />4 points– notes relevant passages from each article<br />6 points– reflects close reading of the text and thoughtful application of concepts<br />8 points– relates to previously posted content for the Wiki and/or to overall course<br />10 points– does all that with good writing style<br />
  6. 6. Don’t panic<br />Here are some detailed illustrated instructions for using Blackboard Wikis<br />
  7. 7. Click “Wikis” in sidebar:<br />
  8. 8. Click the title of your topic for the week:<br />
  9. 9. First entry: Name the page, copy/paste content, and click “Submit.”<br />
  10. 10. Once the wiki is started, click “Create Wiki Page” or “Edit Wiki Content.”<br />
  11. 11. “Create Wiki Page” works well for setting up weekly entries.<br />
  12. 12. “Edit Wiki Content” works well for collaboration among students.<br />
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