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PARTICIPATION IN CLASS ACTIVITIES
(The total number of points available will depend on new discoveries and announcements that appear during the semester. New topics will be added as appropriate. In the end, "participation" will likely account for about* 25% of your grade)

see also Netiquette

Forums, Wikis, Live Chats, Feedback, Assessments, and Other Interactive Activities . . . are an important part of this course.

Articulate sharing of views leading to informed discussion lies at the heart of higher education.

The various requirements are detailed on the course Moodle page, and include a variety of activities ranging from Forums, to Wikis, to Live Chats, and occasionally encompassing feedback, assessments, and other interactive activities.

Everyone is expected to participate in all the discussion forums, as well as the other interactive activities such as the Wikis, feedback surveys, and the like. These participation and collaborative activities will give you a richer learning experience.

And submission of one or more questions for the Midterm and Final exams allows you to participate in defining important content of the course.

 


 

Forums, Wikis, Live Chats, Feedback, Assessments, and Other Interactive Activities . . . .

These activities are detail on the Moodle course page.

New topics will be added as they arise in the news and/or as part of class discussions.

Due dates for posting and responding to issues and events are indicated individually with each assignment.

Points for Forum posts

AVISO: Unexcused late assignments receive no credit

Midterm and Final Exam Questions . . . .

For the midterm and final exams make up a question and post it on the class exam wikis. These questions will serve, in part, as study questions for the exams. Due dates . . .

f2014 Midterm Exam Submitted Question to Wiki
due to the Moodle logo. wiki by the end of Week 4, Friday, 26 September 2014

You can review the questions and my notations there, and use them as study questions
f2014 Final Exam Submitted Question to Wiki
due by the end of Week 14, by Friday, 5 December 2014

AVISO: Unexcused late assignments receive no credit

 

Presentation . . . .

At the end of the semester you will need to share your semester research findings with your classmates. The "Presentation" listed as class participation, is the presentation of the results of your project, which in most cases will be a summary of your term paper topic and how you went about investigating it.

Your final project can be (a) a video presentation, (b) a web based presentation, or (c) a PowerPoint presentation on the same topic as your paper. Essentually your presentation is a report on your research project for the semester.

(a) Video projects should be 10-12 minutes long.

(b) Web projects should have between 10-20 interactive pages.

(c) PowerPoint projects should be well-crafted and professional, and about 25-30 slides in length.

su2014 On-line Presentation (up to 100 points)
due on-line in Moodle logo. by the end of Week 10, Friday 25 July 2014

f2f: Your Presentation is due on-line in Moodle by the day you give your presentation in class

AVISO: Unexcused late assignments receive no credit

 

Evaluations and Assessments . . . .

At the end of the semester you will also be asked to evaluate the course, indicating the three things you liked best and the three things you liked least about the course.

    f2014 Final Evaluation
    due on-line by the end of Week 16, Friday, 19 December 2014

    AVISO: Unexcused late assignments receive no credit

 

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