From Gerald R. Lucas


Students will research and write two significant additions to LitWiki, one due before midterm and on at the end of the semester. These projects will involve contributions to the study guides for the literature we are studying in class. Students will research and write about an aspect of a text we are studying and present their work on LitWiki to improve and expand at least two study guides. Projects could include, but are not limited to:

  • textual summary;
  • character overview;
  • theme explanation;
  • symbol/metaphor analysis;
  • historical context/timeline;
  • critical reaction;
  • content expansion and revision;
  • or propose another project.

See your class page on LitWiki for specific areas where you can contribute and LitWiki:How to Contribute for detailed instructions.

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Syllabus templates.


  • {{Intro}} — Syllabus intro statement (no header)
  • {{In Info}} — Instructor information
  • {{In Info-nh}} — Instructor information (no header)
  • {{In Intro}} — Statement for instructor info page (no header)
  • {{Materials}} — Materials statement (no header)
  • {{Materials OL}} — Materials online statement (no header)
    • {{DeepDive}} — a statement on the Packback service
  • {{Online}} — Online statement (no header)
  • {{HOnline}} — Hybrid online statement (no header)
  • {{Packback}} — Instructions for this service
  • {{QEP}} — QEP for Undergraduate Research
  • {{Covid}} — COVID-19 statement



  • {{Schedule}} — General schedule statement
  • {{Schedule-nh}} — General schedule statement (no header)
  • {{WW}} — Wiki work day


See Also

Course Information Templates


  • {{Courses}} — Course index pages
  • {{2111}} — World Lit resources
  • {{Grl}} — My navbox for instructor page
  • {{Students}}

SLO Templates

Office Hours Templates