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Student Name
Student Name

Click Actions>View Source from the top menu, and copy this entire page into your own Profile Page (described here). Upload your own image, then replace the "yourprofilepicture.jpg" text in the infobox above with the new image name. Replace "Student Name" in both the title and image line, and the top-level heading marked "Template Profile" with your first and last name. Finally, delete this whole paragraph beginning with the phrase "Edit and copy...", but not including the =Overview= section.

Overview

The paragraph should give a three to five sentence abstract about your entire London HUA experience including 1) a summary of the aims of your project, 2) your prior experience with humanities and arts courses and disciplines, and 3) your major takeaways from the experience.

Milestone 1


Title of this Milestone
Objective: replace this text with a one-sentence statement that summarized your main objective for this milestone such as "a comparison of the text of Medieval English choral music to that of the Baroque" or it may be a question such as "to what extent did religion influence Christopher Wren's sense of design?"

Below the objective statement, Insert a one or two paragraph summary of your findings from having reached this milestone. Edit the link below to link to your milestone page.
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Milestone 2


Title of this Milestone
Objective: replace this text with a one-sentence statement that summarized your main objective for this milestone such as "a comparison of the text of Medieval English choral music to that of the Baroque" or it may be a question such as "to what extent did religion influence Christopher Wren's sense of design?"

Below the objective statement, Insert a one or two paragraph summary of your findings from having reached this milestone. Edit the link below to link to your milestone page.
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Milestone 3


Title of this Milestone
Objective: replace this text with a one-sentence statement that summarized your main objective for this milestone such as "a comparison of the text of Medieval English choral music to that of the Baroque" or it may be a question such as "to what extent did religion influence Christopher Wren's sense of design?"

Below the objective statement, Insert a one or two paragraph summary of your findings from having reached this milestone. If this milestone, for you, represents a humanities and arts capstone, please indicate so. Edit the link below to link to your milestone page.
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Activity Journal

The activity journal represents an ongoing log of reflections gained through each and every project activity on the calendar.

Leave the above sentence in place exactly as it is, delete this sentence, and add a new activity journal entry for each major trip or activity in which you participate (museum visit, cultural experience, etc.). You should have one activity journal entry for every activity on the calendar unless otherwise noted.

Activity #1 Name

Add a paragraph about this experience noting the ways in which it related to one or more of your milestone aims. Did this experience directly relate to your milestones, or was the relation more indirect? In what ways did this experience cause you to think differently about your milestone aims? What were some of your other takeaways from the experience? For each site-specific term that you enter, check to see if there is a page in this wiki that exists and link to it. For example, if your reflection mentions William Shakespeare, check to see if William Shakespeare exists on this site. If an article page does exist, 1) link to it here, and 2) edit the page with a section or just a few sentences to ensure that the content on that page relates to this activity journal entry. For example, if while writing your activity journal reflection about your trip to Westminster Abbey, you recall seeing the headstone of William Shakespeare, note it in your reflection, and then edit the William Shakespeare with, at least, a sentence or two in an appropriate section about having a memorial site in Westminster Abbey. While your at it, edit the entry for Westminster Abbey with the relevant information. Did you take some interesting pictures or videos at those sites? Add those to the relevant pages. If an article page does not exist, create the page for the missing topic (Create Page link from main menu) and add some information using this article template as a starting point. For each activity scheduled on our calendar, you should 1) create an Active Journal Entry here, and 2) create one new article of substantial quality or edit and contribute to at least three related articles. The tone of this journal entry can be personal, but still quality professional writing; the tone of article pages that you create and edit should be objective, professional, referenced writing.

Think of this process as building a platform or a case that will help you make particular claims and conclusions through your project milestones. As noted in the syllabus, these journal reflections typically require the creation and refinement of articles, which is a significant part of your grade. Note the articles you create and contribute to in your journal entry. If you create or edit articles in a group, note that in your personal journal entry as the wiki only tracks changes for the user who actually makes the changes. Save often when editing existing articles and edit only section when possible as opposed to editing the entire page; keep an offline copy of your contributions.

Activity #2 Name

A paragraph for your personal reflection for another activity on our calendar goes here, just it was outlined in the previous example. Repeat this same process for the remaining activities. Whenever there's an activity on the calendar, complete an activity journal reflection. You can make it easy for your advisors to give you a high grade for your journal entries by ensuring that they are thoughtful and reflective with regard to your project milestones. Don't make the mistake of assuming that your activity and your milestone are automatically unrelated just because one relates to art or music (for example) and one relates to another theater or history; part of the activity immersion as to experience the overlap of London-based culture. There are numerous ways that specific elements of one discipline influence elements in another. In your journal entries, note these connections as best as you can be explicit when mentioning articles that you contribute to and create.

My Complete Contributions

The journal section should end with the following link to your complete contributions (new articles, edited articles, added media, etc.); delete this sentence and replace the username Vjmanzo below with your own username:

All of My Created Content and Edits



Category Tags

Copy each of the three category tags below (respective to your year and advisor), edit your page, and paste the tags at the bottom of your page. Category tags for your profile page must include 1) the tag [[Category:Profiles]] and 2) the present year in which you are participating in the London HUA experience, and 3) the advisor(s) tags; that's it!

  • Do not list any other tags especially "Project Category" pages as you do for Milestone pages.
  • Do not add the Template Pages category to any of your pages :)

For example:

[[Category:Profiles]]

plus the year the project was completed by you, like this:

[[Category:2017]]

plus the year the advisor tag(s) like this:

[[Category:Advisor:Manzo]]

Note that the last name of the advisor may be different depending on who your advisors are.
Refer to the Profile Template for specific formatting instructions.

Delete this entire section after adding your category tags--category tags, in principle, don't need a section. Also, don't include the Template category tag below!!