Week 1: Fall 2016 Startup

Initiatives for this semester & academic year:

Here are the first set of tasks:

Week 17: Shutdown

Self Evaluation:

  • Write a 1-page self evaluation of your Assignments. Criteria:
    • Did you do it?
    • Did you do it on time?
    • Did you do it well?
  • Give yourself a grade based on your responses.
  • E-mail me your self evaluation by Friday, May 13.

Weeks 10-12: International E-Poetry Month

Promoting the ELC3

  • Read and explore the 7-8 works assigned to you in the Poetry listing for the ELC3
  • Make a 3-7 second screen captured video of each work. The filename should be the work title.
  • Compose a Tweet that invites people to explore the work. It must be under 140 characters and include the following: the video, link to the work in the ELC3 and the following hashtags: #ELC3 #elit #NationalPoetryMonth #NPM16 #poetry (this leaves you about 44 characters to work with).
  • Place the videos in this folder.
  • Add the text in this spreadsheet.
  • Deadline:
    • 1 from each person by midnight on Thursday, March 31.
    • 2-8 from each person by Monday, April 4.

Weeks 2-6: Promoting and Covering the English Department

Things to do

  • Cover Dr. Rosita Rivera’s Director Candidacy presentation.
  • Develop recruitment & publicity campaign for MAEE Graduate Program.
    • Graduate Program Advertising Campaign (Shared Google Doc -UPR login required)
    • Study the MAEE Graduate Program (Michael & Michael)
    • Identify resources out there. How do other graduate programs advertise and recruit students? (Alanis, Julianna, Brenda)
    • Identify existing local resources (write Ricia Chansky and Sandra Soto for previous material, share it in Google Drive) (Andrea)
    • Research how to reach target audiences (Ashlene. Keishly)
    • Use our Slack channel to discuss ideas, share links of possible approaches.
  • Apply for a Hispanic Scholarship Fund scholarship (deadline March 30).

Useful

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Week 1: Spring 2016 Startup

Welcome to the Spring 2016 DH Internship!

On this first week, your job will be to familiarize yourselves with the spaces we’ll be working with, I ♥︎ E-Poetry, The English Department Website, the Mayagüez Children’s Library website, and promotional activities for the Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 3.

Here are the first set of tasks:

Week 17: Shutdown

  • Final project:
    • Submit your social media campaign, or I ♥︎ E-Poetry entry by Friday, Dec. 11.
  • Self Evaluation:
    • Write a 1-page self evaluation of your Assignments. Criteria:
      • Did you do it?
      • Did you do it on time?
      • Did you do it well?
    • Give yourself a grade based on your responses.
    • E-mail me your self evaluation by Friday, Dec. 11.

 

Weeks 10-16: E-lit Taxonomies and Outreach Activities

This week we have the following tasks to work on:

Magna Feria de Libro Eugenio María de Hostos

  • Build up campaign
    • Interview organizer: Carmen Amaralis Vega (carmenamaralis.vega@upr.edu)
    • Write posts featuring information on page
    • Write about the Feria in English Department Website
  • Prepare outreach materials
    • Read Hostos Bot output and identify cool generated sentences/phrases.
    • Generate Hostos Bot Wordles (white background) based on his books (see Google Drive) and create poster(s).
      • 50 words for generation
      • Generate 3 wordles per book
      • At least one B&W
      • Save them all in Hostos Wordles folder.
    • Design card/paper slip with Hostos Bot art, quotes, URL
    • Design card/handout with I ♥ E-Poetry logo, URL, hook.
  • Prepare I ♥ E-Poetry presentations
    • Schedule time at Feria

I ♥ E-Poetry Taxonomy

  1. Go to E-Poetic Function of Language.
  2. Add all the works from I ♥ E-Poetry that you’ve been translating.
  3. Score each work using the taxonomy.