Re-imagining Collaboration: Peer-Review Workshops & Joint Authorship

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Starting with a view of the problematic position of collaborative writing for humanities faculty, I argue that our classes should be taught to more appropriately value collaboration as a means of writing. I address concerns of plagiarism, source uncertainty, and indefinite publication status. Suggestions include joint authorship, hypertext citations/references, and metadata tags for source data.

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Re-imagining Collaboration: Peer-Review Workshops & Joint Authorship

  1. 1. Re-imagining Collaboration: Peer-Review Workshops & Joint Authorship Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology
  2. 2. Problems of Collaborationcollaboration now troubled authorship issues of plagiarismcollaboration re-imagined information fluency academic habits of mind Image courtesy Microsoft
  3. 3. Definitions of “Collaboration” practice of collaborative cowriting and learning activities negotiating in a writing group
  4. 4. Complexity of Collaboration
  5. 5. Collaboration for Faculty Producing scholarship Acquiring tenure Doing research Teaching classesImage courtesy Microsoft
  6. 6. Collaboration for StudentsUnusual for writingassignmentsContrasting ideas ofauthorship As author: sole ownership As peer: idea generator Image courtesy Stanford EdTech on Flickr
  7. 7. Remixing Authorship: Reconfiguring the Author in Online Video Remix Culture Joint Nicholas Diakopoulos, Kurt Luther, Yevgeniy “Eugene” Medynskiy, Irfan Essa Georgia Institute of Technology | School of Interactive ComputingAuthorship = Iman A. Student Susie P. R. Editor John Groupmember Mr. Chris Friend ENC 1101 The Best Portfolio Ever
  8. 8. Plagiarism:Academic Practice
  9. 9. Challenges ofDigital Composition
  10. 10. Composing OnlineSource UncertaintyAccess to ReferencesIndefinite Publication Image courtesy Martin Gommel on Flickr
  11. 11. Iman A. Student Susie P. R. Editor John Groupmember Mr. Chris Friend ENC 1101 Citation as 23 Sept. 2011 The Best Essay EverCollaboration Created the paper Provided support Works Cited Coleman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Materials." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.4 (2005): 382-392. Print.
  12. 12. sources (Coleman 383).Hypertext & Coleman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Research Materials." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.4 (2005): 382-392. Print.
  13. 13. Attach URLs to imported Teach text and quotesDocument Highlight outside information Markup Track changes for individual contributions
  14. 14. OriginalityTrends via Markup
  15. 15. Composing OnlineSource UncertaintyAccess to ReferencesIndefinite Publication Image courtesy Martin Gommel on Flickr
  16. 16. Explicitly Teach Collaboration Image courtesy Microsoft Joint authorship Citation as collaboration Hypertext for references Source tagging
  17. 17. “Alone we can do so little; ”together we can do so much. —Helen Keller
  18. 18. Thank You.Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology friend@ucf.edu

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