- Personal Archives: February 5: Bring in documentation or original material from a collection or archive that is personal to you OR present an artist working with the idea of an archive. ungraded
- A Video from the Class Collection (Annotation Presentation): February 19: Which video or videos speaks to you. Why? What do you see; what are you looking for? What details will be relevant to later researchers? ungraded
- Remix/ReSearch Project: March 4 or 11: Using media or writing from one or more tapes or readings in our collection and other sources, create a video or other work that celebrates, detournes, compiles, updates, or analyzes the ideas in the works. (graded)
Please add all reports and notes to SCALAR site
- Archive Report and Digital Methodology Report: March 25: ungraded
- Community Partner Report: April 1: Presentation of materials related to your community partner. ungraded
- Research Reports, Worksheet 1: April 22: What shape is your final project taking? How are you making use of the materials, knowledge and analysis of your group and others? Why this form? How is each member of the group participating and contributing? Share a draft, or a problem set. graded.
- Final Project: May 13: graded
- Projects can be in the form of traditional research (a paper, a talk, digital scholarship)
- Projects can be in the form of an artwork, exhibition, performance or digital work.
- Ideally projects will be a hybrid of one or more of these forms.
- Projects will be collaborative
- Projects will allow students to offer their personal skill sets but not be limited to them
- Projects need to link to a community partner which can make good use of it
- Projects must also include materials that will be added to the class archive: written research, project documentation, videos, readings, etc.