Prism was a project for crowdsourced text analysis developed by the Praxis Program at the Scholars' Lab, a center for experimental digital research at the University of Virginia Library. After years of significant use, particularly by K-12 educators, as of summer of 2020 Prism is no longer available as a usable tool. This site is meant to document the intervention it made, and it primarily presents archival versions of the writings that accompanied the tool on its site.

Prism was released under a CC-BY 3.0 license. The materials below were largely drawn from the original Prism site, though they have been lightly updated and edited based on recent activities (mostly verb tense). After a short description of different ways to run similar activities in the classroom, the subsequent sections each describe particular pages from the original Prism site, all originally published in 2013 with small changes over the years.