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Exercise 3 materials

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About Exercise 3

The material indicated here as Exercise 3 consists of notes from exercise 3 at workshops 1b-Chicago, 1c-Paris, and 1d-Princeton, and exercise 4 at workshop 1a-Berkeley.

At workshop 1a-Berkeley
"Cluster Scholarly Practices"

At workshop 1b-Chicago:
"Common and Uncommon"

  • What are common themes that have emerged from your exploration of scholarly practices?
  • Based on your discussion of scholarly practices, what are two themes that piqued the curiosity of those at your table, or are uncommon?
  • What makes these themes common and uncommon?

At workshop 1c-Paris:
"Common and Uncommon"

  • What are common themes that have emerged from your exploration of scholarly practices?
  • Based on your discussion of scholarly practices, what are two themes that piqued the curiosity of those at your table, or are uncommon?
  • What makes these themes common and uncommon?
  • Up to three of each before the sharing

At workshop 1d-Princeton:
"Common and Uncommon"

  • What are common themes that have emerged from your exploration of scholarly practices?
  • Based on your discussion of scholarly practices, what are two themes that piqued the curiosity of those at your table, or are uncommon?
  • What makes these themes common and uncommon?
  • Select up to three of each to share with the large group
  • Select two to further discuss after lunch