COVE Overview Dashboard

Description

development map for COVEThis set of documents will provide a metaphorical (and also literal) map of the development of COVE. COVE (Collaborative Organization for Virtual Education), a non-profit classroom and publication platform, provides teachers and researchers with two distinct locations for their work:  1) COVE Studio, a password-protected space for the accumulation of public domain, Creative Commons and fair use primary texts that can be easily edited, prepared for annotation, and assembled into custom anthologies for reading and group annotation; and 2) COVE Editions, an open-access publishing platform, which makes it possible to disseminate knowledge: not only peer-reviewed and copy-edited work from various fields, but also flipped-classroom research projects by students. This space makes use of our open-access and open-source publication tools: a timeline-builder (TimelineJS), a map-builder (OpenLayers), a gallery-builder (Drupal), and a Drupal area for group assembly (complete with graphs indicating individual contributions); we have integrated these tools so groups can easily collaborate on projects and build new content.

Galleries, Timelines, and Maps

Chronology
Posted by Dino Franco Felluga on Sunday, December 13, 2020 - 08:20

COVE logoThis timeline will provide of history of COVE, including significant milestones. The goal here is to provide transparency about how COVE has developed since the project was first proposed in 2015.

Map
Posted by Dino Franco Felluga on Saturday, December 12, 2020 - 21:08

COVE logoIn order to illustrate the variety of different schools and types of courses making use of COVE tools, we will post those universities here. When possible, we will also provide links to the "flipped classroom" projects created by students.

Map
Posted by Dino Franco Felluga on Sunday, September 9, 2018 - 11:00

COVE logoThis map is designed to illustrate the distributed network of support behind The COVE.  Rather than put all of COVE's eggs in one institutional basket, we have attempted to distribute both the funding support and research-assistant workload of the initiative. 

Individual Entries

Place
Posted by Amy Elliot on Sunday, December 27, 2020 - 15:16

Emily Beckwith used COVE's annotation tool in her Fall 2020 composition class to have students read, annotate, and discuss Amy Levy's The Romance of a Shop and Ella Hepworth Dixon's Story of a Modern Woman.

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:12

Utah Valley U logo

Ashley Nadeau has used COVE tools over multiple semesters. You can visit one of her courses at COVE Editions here: https://editions.covecollective.org/course/uvu-victorian-literature-and-....

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:11

U of Wisconsin Green Bay logoRebecca Nesvet has been a long-time user of COVE tools and has also participated in summer COVE workshops to help others interested in using our tools, especially the gallery-builder, which she has used to create a COVE critical edition: A Mystery in Scarlet 1865 by James Malcolm...

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Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:09

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Christine Ferguson used COVE's annotation tool in Fall 2020.

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:07

U of Saskatchewan logoKylee-Anne Hingston has used COVE tools over multiple semesters at St. Mary's College, University of Saskatchewan, most recently to create a Victorian Prose and Poetry anthology.

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:05

U of Nebraska Lincoln logoBeverly Rilett used COVE tools with a graduate student (Anne Nagel) at the University of Nebraska to create her edition of George Eliot images. The collection can be found at COVE here: The George Eliot Portrait Gallery: Perspectives on the Writer

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:04

U of Florida logoPamela Gilbert tested COVE's anthology-builder in a graduate seminar at the University of Florida, asking her students to upload a variety of texts to see how well the interface could handle images. The upload tool at COVE Studio was even used to upload a graphic novel.

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:03

University of Chicago logoElaine Hadley is using COVE tools, especially the timeline-builder, over Spring 2021 for her class at the University of Chicago on autobiography and memoirs.

Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:02

U of Birmingham logo

Rebecca N. Mitchell used COVE's gallery builder for a virtual exhibition, “Drawn to Books” Gallery, an open-access repository of images from the books and artworks in an exhibition collaboratively produced by students in her “Pre-Raphaelite Circle” module (“course,” in North American parlance) in 2017. The virtual exhibit complemented a brick-and-mortar exhibition that her students co-curated at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Prof. Mitchell dicusses her experience in a teching essay at COVE:

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Place
Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 09:00

U of Alabama logoAlbert Pionke worked with his graduate seminar at the University of Alabama in Fall 2020 to create a critical edition for COVE: The City of the Jugglers 1849 by William North.   

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