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Thursday, May 7 (Last Class Meeting)


bullet Roll

bullet For Today You Were to
Bring in your Trend and Williams/Tollett books, as well as the printouts of the articles about "usability" from Jakob Nielsen, Shirley Kaiser, and Dirk Knemeyer.

bullet Questions?

bullet Final Exam on Tuesday, May 11 at 4 p.m.
We will have our Final Exam on Tuesday, May 11 at 4 p.m. in this room.

By that time, you should have completed all changes to your Client Project (at the same URL). I will ask you to send me an email detailing the changes you've made, as well as bringing to the final exam a one-to-two-page commentary, explaining who your client is, and how working with your client resulted in the decisions you've made in the detail and construction of your project.

bullet Assessment
Please complete this very brief survey to assess the focus on this class. You answered the same quesitons at the beginning of the semester.

bullet Course Evaluation
You will also complete the usual course evalution.



Exam Preparation (The Golden Moment)

For an index to some of the critical terms from our readings, consult the page Key Terms and Ideas, Spring 2009.

I will give you a copy of the exam format.

In class, we will survey our readings to identify some recurring themes or issues. These are the kinds of issues that I will ask you to write about in the essay portion of the exam.

The idea in this exercise is to find as many threads as possible which we could use to string together aspects of these various readings. These threads can serve as means to get these writers to" talk to" one another:

  • to disagree,
  • to realize their differences,
  • to find unexpected areas of agreement,
  • to identify their positions and perspectives (social, professional, economic, etc.)
  • to reveal their categories of thought that distinguish them.


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