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Student Portfolios

Page history last edited by Alan Liu 6 years, 4 months ago

Students in English 197 kept a portfolio of their work and thinking for the course (see assignment instructions).  The purpose of  the portfolios was threefold: to document work, including individual contributions to the class collective project; to reflect on issues of interest; and to showcase highlights of individual work.  Portfolios are thus some combination of a journal, scrapbook, blog, or gallery that includes concrete examples of work (e.g., screenshots, quotations from readings, samples of text analysis or topic modeling) and reflections on those items (e.g., thoughts about a particular example, method, tool, or task).  Portfolios can be organized in a number of ways, including chronologically or by category and section. 

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