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Literature and Computer Programming Wiki

 

A wiki is a collaborative writing tool, and in English 314J it will allow us to work together on defining a set of terms, concepts, and definitions. In this class, we'll use a wiki to define unfamiliar or interesting terms. As you do your reading for this class, you will no doubt come upon terms that you've never encountered. It's likely that your classmates will find this term interesting as well. When this happens, you can create a wiki entry. Throughout this class, you will be required to write two wiki entries per week.

To ensure that entries to the wiki are consistent, our Entries will follow this template. If you would like to edit or add to a wiki entry, please follow these guidelines

You can use the search box in the upper right-hand corner to search this wiki, but you may also want to look at the index page for a list of all entries.

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