APS111&113-2011-DiscussionGuidelinesForSeminars

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Unformatted text preview: APS111 and APS113 – Fall 2011 Discussion Guidelines for Seminars During the last three weeks of the term, you will be meeting in groups to critically and professionally discuss an engineering topic under the direction of a Seminar Leader. The following information and guidelines will help you successfully complete this part of ESP I. Seminar Leaders Each seminar will have a Seminar Leader. Your Seminar Leader can be an instructor of ESP I, an alumnus/alumna of the University of Toronto, a professional in the field, a member of the community or another professor. Your Seminar Leader has chosen the topic and readings for your seminar and will facilitate the discussions, provide additional guidance as needed during the seminars, and assign your mark for seminar participation. Preparation for Seminars Your Seminar Leader has assigned reading materials for you. Remember to check Blackboard to find out how you need to prepare for your first seminar and how to acquire the materials you need to read. Additional reading materials may be posted the following two weeks so check back every week. You will prepare for the seminars by carefully reading the assigned materials. You may choose to read these materials in whatever manner you wish, but we recommend the following approach. 1. On the first day that you work on this: a. Quickly read through the general questions (below) and any specific questions provided with the reading material. This will provide you a rough idea of what to look for when reading the materials....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ECE APS111 taught by Professor Vicente during the Fall '09 term at University of Toronto.

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