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dishonesty includes, among other things: any form of cheating on
exams; representation of another student s work as your own, or
representation of your work as the work of another; any
misrepresentation of the authorship of assignments; any type of
plagiarism (see ISU student handbook for a deﬁnition of plagiarism).
In all instances I will follow ISU policy and refer cases of academic
dishonesty to the university s Ofﬁce of Student Affairs.!
! HELPFUL HINT take notes!!
While some notes related to the lectures are
provided, attendance at lectures and diligent
note taking are essential to passing the
course because the full text, images and
ﬁlms or videos used in the lectures are not
necessarily repeated elsewhere. It is highly
recommended that you bring assigned
readings to class, and use a three-ring looseleaf binder so that notes from readings (if
you make separate ones) can be assembled
with your lecture notes and printouts from
the course website in the sequence in which
they are presented. Be organized! You ll be
glad you were, when the time comes to
review for tests.!
! Design Studies 183 · Spring MMXII · Martin · PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE
Schedule is subject to adjustment/modification as needed; instructor will give notice of any significant changes. Make-up tests will not be provided, and the only time to take the final is the time
dictated by ISUʼs exam schedulers. Projects are due at the beginning of the class period on their due dates. You are responsible for having read the assigned readings before the date noted
for them in this schedule, See WebCT site for images and other items (pdf files, links, etc.). Additional readings may be added as needed. The Postrel and Norman books are required texts for
this class; other readings are included in the course reader, available at Copyworks; other readings may be made available during the course. In-class exercises, quizzes, and other activities
will occur sporadically and spontaneously, and do count for course credit. In-class exercises cannot be made up outside of class. week 1
Introduction to course
The Aesthetic Imperative
Reading: Postrel, The Substance of Style, chapter 1 (1-33)
Surface and Substance
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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