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It ainʼt up yet but it will be in a couple of days.!
I hate WebCT.! COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS (what you do)!
Required readings: The two books, the other
readings, plus other things I will send you online
now and then!
3 outside-of-class research/creative projects!
4 exams, based upon the lectures, readings, ﬁlms
and outside-of-class research activities!
In-class discussion/writing/interactive exercises ! CONTACTING ME !
(PROFESSOR MARTIN, a/k/a Michael )!
My phone number is 294-8974; my e-mail is
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; generally, email is a far,
far better way to get in touch with me—because I
teach studio, I am rarely in rm. 579. Also, I hate
using telephones. I welcome questions/comments
via email and promise to respond to anything you
send me ASAP.! !
I welcome the opportunity to meet with you in
person as well. Please send me a note and weʼll
ﬁgure out a time that works for both of us.!
! OUR TAs!
(will introduce Thursday)!
! COURSE POLICIES and GRADING!
Course grades: overall (ﬁnal) grades for the course will be based
upon four exams (10%, 15%, 15%, 20%; 60% total) three out-of-class
assignments (10% each, 30% total) and occasional in-class writing
exercises (10% total). Total course points earned by the end of the
term will determine your course grade (in-between scores are
rounded up or down):! !
!below 60! !
Extra credit opportunities are generally not provided.!
Exam formats will vary. While factual knowl
edge pertinent to the material covered in the
course is important, the principal focus of
183 is ideas and concepts and their inter
connectedness, supported by speciﬁc
knowledge. The course is a framework of
information; it is up to you to think through
the connections. Understanding of design
concepts, their implication and application
as presented in your examination answers
will be vitally important. This may prove to be
a very challenging learning and examina...
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2013 for the course DSN S 183 taught by Professor Cunnally during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.
- Spring '08