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ME 274 – Course Blog Summer 2011 As you are aware, a blog has been set up for ME 274 this semester at: . The intent of this course blog is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among the students in the class and between the students and the instructors. From this blog, you can get/provide assistance from/to other people in the class. We feel that you can learn as much from helping others as from getting help for yourself. To reward your involvement in the blog, two percentage points of your course grade will come from your participation. These points can come from the following: Asking questions and providing assistance to others. For this, you ask/answer questions of others on a comment or post. A minimum of five posts/comments will count as full credit toward your blog points. Fewer than five posts/comments will be prorated. [In order for your blog posts/comments to count, you must provide your
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Unformatted text preview: actual name in your blog User Profile. Without this, we will not know to whom to give the blog points. See the “About this blog” link for details on how to do this.] • Production of a video demonstrating a concept from class. This one is wide open. Come up with an idea of a recording of a concept from the course that can be captured on video of a physical situation. You need to either add audio to the recording or provide a short one page of text explaining the concept and relating this to your video. The video or video+text will be posted on the blog. You are allowed to work in teams of two. A single video will earn two blog points for you and your team member. Only blog activity prior to the last day of class will count toward your blog participation points. As your instructor, I look forward to your participation on the blog. The blog is yours. Make the experience as valuable to you and others as possible....
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