NOTE: This is a full archive for the Project Community: You & The World (2013) please see the main site for the most up to date information.

Web Site Guide

The Project Community Site operates on the open web, running on open source WordPress software. It includes course content authored here, such as the syllabus, but also will aggregate all the work participants (both student and faculty) will be authoring in their own blogs on tumblr. This site will check all blogs once an hour for new content, and publish a copy here. You can view all of the posts by groups, and provide comments on any content that are tracked site wide as Conversations.

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Finding Your Way Around the Site

Finding Your Way Around the Site

The most current information is indicated in the top of the Project Community home page -- you will find a brief video that introduces the week's topics, and a link to the current assignment in the syllabus. The blocks below this will display...
Getting Started With Tumblr

Getting Started With Tumblr

All participants will be writing their own reflections and sharing resources/project information in their own publishing space. We are using the tumblr tool for this project because of its easy to use interface and interfaces available on mobile...
Communicating/Participating on the Site

Communicating/Participating on the Site

Much of this course experience hinges on your participation and communication on this site. A few suggestions to help you along the way. Create a gravatar Anytime you leave a comment on this site (and many others out there), you will identify yourself...
  • Nancy White { I appreciate that you included client liaison - I think this is often forgotten. Good catch. What advice would you give next year's students please?... } – Dec 18, 5:53 AM
  • Nancy White { Fun visuals! And right to the point. I think you are practicing your design principles! 🙂 Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:52 AM
  • Nancy White { I loved this piece of advice "Nobody will spoon-feed you the content of the course, you have to make your own experiences but you get... } – Dec 18, 5:51 AM
  • Nancy White { I love that you used your own photo! But more important, I appreciate the clarity of your description of what you have learned. WONDERFUL! Thanks... } – Dec 18, 5:49 AM
  • Nancy White { OK, your tips are the most practical ones I've read so far. WONDERFUL. Thanks, Fer. Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:46 AM
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