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Collaborative Writing and Critique

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Lecture on how to write collaboratively and to take and give critique to classmates.

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Collaborative Writing and Critique

  1. 1. Collaborative Writing & Critique Kate Ringland, ICS 139w May 12th, 2015
  2. 2. Overview Collaborative Writing What is it? How to do it effectively Critique Dishing it out Taking it Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  3. 3. Collaborative Writing Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  4. 4. What is collaborative writing? Writing process that results in a document with more than one author Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  5. 5. What kinds of documents does collaborative writing produce? Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  6. 6. What kinds of documents does collaborative writing produce? Technical reports Business plans Academic articles Software requirements & specifications Maybe even code? And more! Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  7. 7. Writing in a Team Looks like a programming team, but for writing Team Leader = Lead Author In charge of overall direction of paper Final style decisions Manages other authors Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  8. 8. Writing in a Team Co-authors Given tasks to complete Everyone should be proofreading Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  9. 9. Collaborative Writing Tips Define roles upfront Know who has the final decision Be sensitive of other cultures & opinions Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  10. 10. Collaborative Writing Tips Create a writing plan – calendar Meeting times Due dates Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  11. 11. Collaborative Writing Tips Take advantage of tools such as track changes Concurrent writing – Google Docs Versioned writing – use version control Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  12. 12. Collaborative Writing: The First Meeting Assigning roles Setting expectations Creating outline of writing project Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  13. 13. Collaborative Writing: Subsequent Meetings Know agenda Resolve issues & disagreements Keep track of progress Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  14. 14. Collaborative Writing Tips http://www.c3l.uni-oldenburg.de/cde/tips.htm Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  15. 15. Critique Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  16. 16. Critique Giving Getting Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  17. 17. Critique - Giving Summarize What is the story? Argument? Main point? Supporting evidence? Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  18. 18. Critique - Giving What is good? Constructive feedback of what needs fixing Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  19. 19. Critique - Giving Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  20. 20. Critique - Receiving Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w Not an attack Not personal Focus on making the work better
  21. 21. Critique - Receiving Who is giving the feedback? Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w
  22. 22. Questions Ringland | May 12, 2015 ICS 139w

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