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    • Lesson
6:

Collaborative
Projects
 Goals
of
lesson:

This
lesson
offers
a
couple
of
projects
for
users
to
practice
using
many
 of
the
skills
they
have
learned
thus
far.
 • Create
a
research
project
 • Create
a
photo
essay
 
 
 

    • A.

Research
Project
 1. Introduction
 This
assignment
will
require
you
to
develop
a
short
research
report.
You
will
pick
a
 topic,
use
the
internet
to
find
information
on
this
subject,
and
summarize
what
you
have
 learned
in
a
report
about
one
page
long.
This
report
will
then
be
posted,
along
with
two
 pictures
relating
to
your
research,
on
the
BOSCO
Wikispace.
 The
research
project
will
give
you
a
chance
to
demonstrate
and
practice
several
 different
computer
skills
at
once.
Instructions
will
be
provided
below,
broken
into
 sections,
but
there
will
only
be
loose
suggestions.
You
may
find
this
frustrating
but
the
 goal
here
is
to
have
you
create
a
unique
report.
If
you
are
ever
confused
you
can
use
the
 previous
lessons
to
guide
you.
 2. Choosing
a
Topic
 The
topic
of
your
project
should
be
anything
that
interests
you.
Simply
choose
 something
you
want
to
learn
more
about.
No
suggestions
are
provided
to
force
you
to
 think
creatively
and
make
your
own
decision.
If
you
are
having
trouble
thinking
of
a
 topic
try
thinking
of
a
question
you
want
answered.
Also
remember,
you
can
always
go
 back
and
change
your
subject
if
you
find
there
is
not
enough
or
too
much
information.
 Write
down
your
topic
at
the
start
of
a
new
word
document.
If
you
do
not
already
have
a
 directory
of
your
own
create
one
and
save
it
there.
 Task:
 Choose
a
topic
for
your
research
project.
Write
your
topic
at
the
top
of
a
new
 word
document
on
the
computer.
Make
sure
to
save
this
document
where
you
 will
find
it
later
with
a
name
you
can
remember!
 3. Doing
Research
 This
is
the
most
important
part
of
the
project.
You
must
use
what
you
know
about
using
 the
Internet
to
collect
information
about
your
topic.
You
may
use
Google
(Lesson
2)
or
 another
search
engine
to
aid
in
your
research.
The
easiest
way
to
begin
is
by
searching
 for
a
key
phrase
that
relates
to
your
subject.
One
great
resource
is
Wikipedia
(Lesson
4)
 but
make
sure
you
also
use
other
sources,
including
newspapers.
 Whenever
you
find
a
fact
that
may
be
important
record
it
in
your
word
document.
Make
 sure
you
also
include
the
URL
(Lesson
2)
for
the
web
page
where
you
found
the
 information,
the
title
of
the
article
it
was
contained
in,
and
the
author
of
the
article
if
the
 name
is
given.
 Task:
 Research
your
topic.
Save
all
information
in
the
previous
word
document
 underneath
the
topic.
Make
sure
to
record
the
information
for
every
source
 used
and
remember
to
save
your
work.
There
must
be
more
than
three
 different
sources,
and
at
least
two
of
these
must
NOT
be
from
Wikipedia.
 
 

    • 
 4. Writing
the
Report
 Use
the
same
word
document
that
was
used
to
save
your
research
to
write
your
report.
 The
report
should
be
about
one
full
page
long.
If
you
have
a
lot
to
share
and
want
to
 write
more
you
are
welcome
to
do
so.
Do
not
worry
if
it
is
a
little
less
than
a
full
page.
 First
you
must
choose
a
title
for
your
project
which
relates
to
your
topic.
This
should
be
 put
before
you
write
your
article.
Also
include
here
the
date.
The
report
should
start
by
 saying
what
your
topic
is
and
why
you
chose
it.
After
this
it
should
describe
what
you
 learned
about
your
topic.
It
should
not
just
be
a
list
of
facts
but
should
read
smoothly
 like
a
professional
article.
Do
not
copy
directly
from
your
sources.
This
is
called
 plagiarism
and
is
illegal
around
the
world.
Instead,
make
sure
to
put
all
information
you
 find
in
your
own
words.
 If
you
have
written
about
everything
you
have
learned
and
you
think
your
report
is
too
 short
you
have
two
options.
First
you
can
go
back
and
do
more
research.
Second,
if
you
 cannot
find
more
information,
you
can
change
your
topic
slightly
to
allow
you
to
do
 more
research.
 Task:
 Write
your
report
in
the
same
word
document
that
you
used
to
take
notes.
It
 should
be
one
page
long,
but
may
be
longer.
 5. Finding
Pictures
 You
must
find
at
least
two
pictures
that
relate
to
your
subject.
You
can
find
these
on
the
 websites
you
used
for
research
or
you
can
perform
a
Google
image
search
(Lesson
2)
for
 your
topic.
To
save
a
picture
you
must
use
the
mouse
to
right
click
on
the
image
then
 select
“save
image
as”
or
a
similarly
titled
file.
Save
all
pictures
to
the
same
directory
as
 your
research
document.
 Task:
 Find
at
least
two
pictures
of
your
subject
and
save
them
to
your
personal
 directory.
Make
sure
you
save
them
with
file
names
you
will
remember.
 6. Posting
to
the
Wikispace
 Once
your
report
has
been
written
you
must
post
it
to
the
BOSCO
Uganda
Wikispace.
If
 you
do
not
remember
how
to
do
this,
Lesson
5
contains
instructions
on
how.
From
the
 main
Research
Projects
page
create
a
link
to
a
new
page
with
the
same
title
as
your
 report.
In
this
new
page
write
the
title
of
your
report,
your
name,
and
the
date
you
 wrote
it.
Below
this
copy
in
the
text
of
your
report
from
the
word
document
you
already
 created.
Finally,
upload
and
insert
the
images
you
saved
earlier
and
create
captions
for
 them.
 Also
include
at
the
bottom
a
list
of
all
of
the
sources
used
for
research,
which
you
should
 have
saved
from
before.
Make
sure
to
include
the
title
and
author
of
all
articles.
Make
 the
titles
into
external
links
connecting
to
the
URLs
you
recorded
earlier.
This
will
allow
 anyone
to
click
on
the
title
of
the
article
and
see
proof
that
your
research
is
correct.

    • Task:
 Post
your
research
report
to
the
Wikispace.
Feel
proud
at
having
completed
 the
project.
 
 B.

Photo
Journal
Project
 This
assignment
is
a
creative
project.
You
must
take
the
digital
camera
and
capture
a
series
of
 photographs
that
tell
a
story.
As
with
the
research
project,
the
first
step
is
to
choose
a
topic.
 You
can
take
photos
of
whatever
you
want
in
order
to
tell
some
story
that
means
something
to
 you.
Once
again,
no
examples
are
given
so
as
to
protect
the
uniqueness
of
your
project.
 Once
you
think
you
know
what
kind
of
story
you
want
to
tell
go
out
and
take
some
pictures.
 These
can
be
taken
wherever
you
want
and
of
whatever
you
want
so
long
as
they
all
have
some
 sort
of
common
theme.
Plan
ahead
when
using
the
camera
so
you
capture
the
right
things
for
 your
journal.
You
will
need
at
least
six
pictures
for
your
photo
journal
but
it
is
a
good
idea
to
 take
more
so
that
you
still
have
enough
if
you
decide
not
to
use
some.
 Once
the
pictures
are
taken
you
should
load
them
into
your
personal
directory.
It
may
be
a
 good
idea
to
make
a
directory
within
it
just
for
your
photo
journal
pictures.
You
may
also
 rename
them
so
it
is
easier
to
remember
what
pictures
are
what
when
you
upload
them
to
the
 Wikispace.
 Now
go
to
the
project
site
and
create
a
blank
link
with
your
name
and
a
title
for
your
photo
 journal
which
should
somehow
relate
to
your
theme.
At
the
top
of
the
new
page
put
the
title,
 your
name,
and
the
date.
Upload
and
insert
at
least
six
of
your
pictures,
though
you
may
 include
more
if
you
would
like.
Resize
and
rearrange
the
pictures
until
you
like
how
it
looks
 and
they
are
all
in
the
correct
order.
Provide
an
appropriate
caption
for
each
picture.
 Remember,
the
pictures
and
their
captions
should
form
some
a
story
or
reflect
a
common
 theme
when
read
through.