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Digital Edition Individual Reflection Prompt

Overview As outlined in the project description, up to 75 points of the 250 potential points allocated to this project will be awarded based on your individual contributions to the project. In determining how many points to award, I will draw

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Link to Digital Edition Site

Here is the link to the MediaWiki installation for our digital edition: http://digchaucer.lmc.gatech.edu/index.php/Welcome_to_Digital_Chaucer  

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Self-Assessment of Class Participation

Directions for Submission Your self-assessment of class participation should be a brief, reflective essay of approximately 500 words. The length is a rough guideline; the important thing is to provide a complete, honest, and well-supported evaluation of what you contributed

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Digital Edition

Doing Things With History, Rebooted Although Who Murdered Chaucer? certainly tests the boundaries of academic scholarship, it is still recognizably what academics and their publishers call a “monograph.” Similarly, the work you did on the literary and historical analysis essays and even

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Modern MS Codex Individual Reflection Prompt

Overview As outlined in the project description, up to 75 points of the 250 potential points allocated to this project will be awarded based on your individual contributions to the project. In determining how many points to award, I will draw

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Modern MS Codex Group Reflection Prompt

Overview As outlined in the project description, up to 100 points of the 250 potential points allocated to this project will be awarded based on each group’s major deliverable (Designers=Concept Presentation, Editors=Final Copy, Scribes=Finished Pages, Fabricators=Binding) and the group reflection.

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Reading Response for *The Legend of Good Women,* “Prologue”

Introduction As we discussed in class on Monday, we are having a “virtual” discussion of our first reading, the “Prologue,” from Chaucer’s The Legend of Good Women. The goal is to draw out themes, questions, differing interpretations, and problems to fuel

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Modern MS Codex

Doing Things With History Although Who Murdered Chaucer? certainly tests the boundaries of academic scholarship, it is still recognizably what academics and their publishers call a “monograph.” Similarly, the work you have done thus far on the literary and historical analysis

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The “Help Desk” Forum

To answer questions that come up outside of class and office hours, I have created a “FAQs” category on our class blog. Before e-mailing me with any general questions about an assignment, i.e., any questions that are not specifically related

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Recap Blogging

Communicating Through Narrative In keeping with the objectives of the class to develop your analytical and communication skills, this project invites you to participate in creating the archival record of our class. In addition to being a resource for those

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