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

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Individual Entries

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:53

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Brian Glover used COVE's anthology-builder for annotation of Romantic texts in a class at East Carolina University (Spring 2019).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:52

DePaul U logoJennifer Conary used COVE's annotation tool with her undergraduate class to annotate Mary Seacole and Ella Hepworth Dixon (fall 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:51

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At Daemen College, Nancy Cantwell used COVE tools over Fall 2020 to  build a gallery exhibit on illustrations for Frankenstein.

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:50

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Alison Rutledge used COVE tools in Fall 2020 with her students at Columbia College. Her students annotated The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:47

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Both Kate Oestreich and Keaghan Turner have used COVE's tools on multiple occasions at Carolina Coastal University. Prof. Oestreich has also participated in COVE summer workshops by leading discussions on the Gallery Builder to help others interested in adopting COVE tools.

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:46

Chadron State College LogoKimberly Cox used COVE tools with her students in a class on Oscar Wilde at Chadron State College (Fall 2020). She even had her undergraduate students do some basic coding so they could understand the fundamentals of the Semantic Web.

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:44

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Joanna Wharton used COVE tools in her class class on Digital Victorians, which examined nineteenth-century media, technology, and culture (Fall 2020).

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:41

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Joshua King used the timeline-builder and map-builder with students at Baylor in order to supplement a brick-and-mortar exhibit about Elizabeth Barrett Browning at the Armstrong Browning Library. Prof. King reflects upon the experience in a COVE teaching article here:

The Echoing Cry

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Posted by Sophie Welsh on Friday, December 18, 2020 - 07:38

Auburn University logoKenneth Crowell, who is also one of COVE's administrative directors, was the first person to use COVE's annotation tool in the classroom (Fall 2017) and has been using COVE ever since. Prof. Crowell discusses COVE's vetted primary material in a COVE teaching article:

Access and Equity: Annotation as Translation with COVE Annotation Studio

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

University of Chicago shieldThe University of Chicago is part of the COVE Consortium and provides US$6,000 per year to support their own graduate students in COVE work.  

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