COVE Overview Dashboard

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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.

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Individual Entries

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:59

US Naval Academy sealMichelle Allen-Emerson used COVE's anthology-builder to teach and annotate Victorian literature at the US Naval Academy (Spring 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:57

Vanguard U logoLaurie Hatch has used COVE tools with her students at Vanguard University across multiple semesters.

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:56

Valparaiso U logoAt Valparaiso University, Sara Danger began using COVE tools in 2020, including classes on  Victorian women writers (Fall 2020) and the Victorian novel (Spring 2021). 

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:55

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Linda K. Hughes and Wendy S. Williams used COVE tools for a team-taught course at TCU's Honors College (2019).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:54

Temple U logoPeter Logan used the annotation tool to teach Lewis Carroll (Spring 2019).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:53

St. Teresa's Academy logoSteve Himes successfully used COVE's anthology-builder and annotation tool with over 80 students at St. Teresa's Academy, an all-female private high school in Kansas City, MO (Fall 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:12

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Rachel Hollander used COVE's annotation tool in her class on nineteenth-century British women's literature (Fall 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:10

Simmons College logoKelly Hager used the annotation tool to examine Victoriaan texts with her students at Simmons (Fall 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:08

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Lorraine Janzen Kooistra has been using COVE tools with her students at Ryerson University over many semesters. She was the first person to create an edited edition as part of graduate seminar, and has inspired many others since. Her edition can be found here: The Were-Wolf 1896 by...

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 08:07

Purdue U LogoA number of professors at Purdue have used COVE to annotate texts ranging from the Renaissance to the Modern period (Emily Allen, Kristina Bross, Dino Franco Felluga, and Maren Linett). Purdue is the first institutional subscriber to COVE Studio and a number of professors plan to use COVE Studio in Spring 2021. COVE Studio Purdue can be found here: https://purdue.covecollective.org/. For an example of how COVE tools can be used in claasses outside of English, see Dino Franco Felluga's course on Leonrdo da Vinci, which is mostly made up of engineers in Purdue's Honors College: https://editions.covecollective.org/course/da-vinci-and-...

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