The following schedule also resides on the Syllabus page, and will be updated with relevant links as we post them.
Week 8 – 3/27 – Ethical issues: Dr. Julie Simpson
Due this week (post): response to case studies, Qs for Julie/discussion
Next assignment: by Monday 4/1, post progress so far on visual communication project, including comments and – especially – Qs or challenges; we’ll ask next week’s guests to look over your posts before they come. You should also look at and comment on each other’s.
Week 9 – 4/3 – Frankel and DePace visit. This will be a special 3-hour (2×80 minutes) class, held in DeMeritt 240. Do your best to be there the whole time, and also strongly consider attending the public seminar from 4-5 pm. Please help spread the word about the public seminar, and invite your advisors, colleagues, and others who may be interested: share this link with them.
Week 10 – 4/10 — Roundtable: progress/work session on outreach projects, for those who are not participating in the NSF communication workshop.
Start with: Why be together in a classroom? (quick, around room)
Brief live presentations (5 min each!), including:
– who (audience); what (topic); why (motivation); how (mode)
– what you’ve done so far
– challenges, where you want help/feedback
Start discussion about how to use remaining two class sessions/continue online
Assignment: post (as comment on the main blog page) your priorities/preferences for what to do in the next 2 classes
Week 11 – 4/17 – TBD based on student interests/priorities
Week 12 – 4/24 – TBD based on student interests/priorities
Week 13 – 5/1 – Last class. DEBRIEF. Post beforehand about what you think you’ve gotten out of the course, what you didn’t get that you wish you had, suggestions for next time….