What's happening with the boxed text? It doesn't auto wrap in my browser (Firefox).
I just tested this in Firefox and Internet Explorer 7...text is not wrapping in either. We need to come up with an alternative solution.
Hi folks, I'm going in and cleaning things up in response to reviewer's feedback. I'm saving some of the deleted text here in the discussion box in the hopes that it will be easier to find if I do it this way.
Tom, how can we do the cool subheadings like Dean and Lupita seem to have in their sections--I think it looks sharp and makes it easier to find things.
Sections to Write/Outline • Overview of WAC and technology, Wikis and Engineering • Teaching aims and goals—what is deep collaboration and why is it important • Specific aims—to see if we can quantify/measure /track increased quality to increased and “deep” collaboration • What we learned from the Fall, what we tried to do differently in the Spring • --here’s what succeeded, here’s what didn’t, here’s the questions we still have— • Challenges/Benefits of collaborating cross-discipline
9/2/08 Dear Team,
In response to Lei's feedback in the Word document attached to the email sent last week, I have shortened this section significantly, retitled it "introduction," and included a section on RPI and WAC. I think it reads pretty clearly now, and I moved a lot of the material of what used to be in the section titled "overview" into the new section called Background. I've moved the theoretical frame to the section titled "theory and research questions" and done my best to integrate what both I and Lei wrote into a more seamless narrative.
The document as a whole still needs a conclusion, and I hope to generate a bit of text to that end later today, but I'd also like each of you to contribute something to it. Feel free to go ahead and edit right in the text of the section titled "Conclusion and Recommendations" and let's put the discussion on the talk pages associated with that section. Let's see if we can put the "deep collaboration" to work as we hash out that last section.
Also, please include whatever citations you used in APA format into the page titled "References." So far, I have copied and pasted those listed by Lei and I'm pasting my citations in there as well, though right now they are in MLA and not APA format. If someone who is more familiar than I with APA would like to go through the document and correct citations, I would be super appreciative. Additionally, any materials you might have--i.e. files for assignment prompts, survey questions, student generated materials that you have permission to post, should be uploaded to the wiki and linked to from within the webtext. Right now, we don't have the technical capabilities to do that, but Tom, Jay, and I are working toward getting the necessary permissions to upload files to the document, but until then it would be good gather them all in one place so they are readily available once we get the requisite permissions.
We're very close here to having a very rich, polished piece. Let's keep up the hard work. Thanks, Jan