Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing
(Professors + Students + Community) x Publishing = Knowledge for the Public Good
The Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing (CAMPP) is an inter-disciplinary group at CU Boulder that is investigating opportunities to establish a peer-to-peer support environment for faculty and students. The team strives to create a collective whose members can learn together and share expertise to accomplish digital, print, and other multimodal publishing projects that meet academic standards and are open and accessible to the community at large.
CAMPP promotes faculty and student curation, cultivation, co-creation, and publication of knowledge
This project reboots the Shakespeare CoLab (www.shakespearecolab.com) and integrates the website into a new Digital Editions and Web Publishing class. The website will contain student-generated annotations for Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, potentially serving as an Open Educational Resource for classroom use. The Digital Editions & Web Publishing class will teach students to use OxYgen editor to tag digital texts according to the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines. Students will also learn to use WordPress (through Buffs Create) to display their XML editions in HTML using CSS for design.
Design a participatory filmmaking course where students gain digital, media and information literacy skills while creating short films for local social justice issues
Agility Waterfall is a two-tiered project to improve organizational communication and workflow methods for publishing CU Boulder’s home for creative nonfiction, Journal Twenty Twenty.
Implement a high impact practice program with first-year RAP students such as the creation of e-portfolios, the publication of undergraduate research related to specific RAP classes that could form the basis of an ongoing digital humanities publication or open source project, or the creation of an interdisciplinary game or simulation by multiple RAP classes working together.
Create a student built, digital, annotated bibliography of Norlin Library Special Collections fairy tale holdings.
Expand and enhance the creative climate communication courses to increase student engagement by integrating technology into the curriculum, creating a digital archive of students artifacts, and design experiential learning opportunities with community partners.
Create and develop learning plans, content, and modules that invite learners critical exploration of information literacies and digital environmentalism. Supports experiential digital teaching and learning, such as Buffscreate and other CAMPP projects.
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Fireside Stories is a documentation of the work of members of the Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing (CAMPP), at the end of a three year cycle of the ASSETT Innovation Incubator at the University of Colorado Boulder. CAMPP’s mission promotes faculty and student curation, cultivation, co-creation, and publication of knowledge. Under this umbrella, members developed and published various projects that meet academic standards and are open and accessible to the community at large. These audio recordings contain first hand accounts from CAMPP and project partners about their projects and their experiences throughout this period of development.