Monday, February 8
- Download and Install Twine 2.0 on your computer.
- Read the Twine 2 Guide.
- Begin writing an original hypertext work (genre up to you) as you do the Learning Twine Tutorial.
- Save your work and bring it to class, using a thumb drive, e-mailing it to yourself, Google Drive, etc. We will be installing Twine in the classroom and editing the work.
Wednesday, February 10
- Open a Twitter account (if you don’t have one already)
- Use your Twitter account to publish your completed Twine work in Philome.la.
- Share the link to your published work in our Slack channel. Before class.
- For today’s workshop: “Tips for Critiquing Other People’s Work.”
- Provide written feedback on your group-mates’ Twine works by Friday, using Slack (try creating a direct message with your group members).
- Post a revision for your group to read by Monday.
- Read the revised version and provide follow up feedback.
- The final draft is due by Wednesday, February 17.
- Write a blog entry in which you discuss the work, its process, and offer a link to the published work.
- Share the final link on Slack.