Black Mountain Poets

October 28, 2010
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  1. I really like how you tied the art of Jess Collins into the movement; the arts really are interdisciplinary and that shows through in your coverage of the movement. I also really like your layout and links are very professional.

  2. What is amazing to me is how much better this resource is than WIkipedia. What seems logical to me then is how do we get students to go through these projects and add the best and most appropriate stuff they have found to Wikipedia?

    I have a feeling this assignment could be a way to constantly give back to that resource that millions reference daily.

  3. Yea I agree with the Reverend. This is an excellent resource, and it’s heaps and heaps better than the Wikipedia page that I just viewed. Should we put this info up on Wikipedia? I mean, aren’t most people who are viewing the wikipedia page just looking for a few fast facts anyway?

    I assume that most people who are actually interested in learning about the black mountain poets would find the info they needed elsewhere. BUT, i bet a lot of those same people went to the wikipedia page for a hot sec first. So do we have to include some of the excellent info in this Report on Wikipedia? No, we don’t. But it’d be a lot cooler if we did.

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