Topic Of iPhones and Institutional Culture Read Class Reading 18 Kranakis

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Topic: Of iPhones and Institutional Culture Read: Class Reading 18 – Kranakis – Fixing the Blame November 20 th Discussion of The Ghost of the Executed Engineer Read: The Ghost of the Execute Engineer (All of Book) Week 15 November 23 rd Topic: The Case of Le Corbusier Read: Class Reading 19 – Scott Seeing Like a State [Excerpt] November 25 th Topic: Debating Determinism Read: Class Reading 20A, 20B, and 20C (Reading Groups to Be Assigned) November 27 th No Class – University Holiday Week 16 November 30 th Topic: The Case of Omar Suttles Read: Class Reading 21 – Kline Pinch – Users as Agents of Technological December 2 nd Topic: Technology, Engineering, and Culture
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December 4 th Test 4 Finals Week: Final Paper Due Via Canvas on Monday December 7 th by 11:59pm Communication: As per university regulations, asu.edu domain email is the official student email system for Auburn University. To get in touch with individual students or the whole class outside of class hours, I will use this medium of communication. It is your responsibility to check your school email on a regular basis to make sure that you receive class information I send via email. Because of the threats of viruses, however, I will not open messages you send me through other accounts. Do not use Canvas messenger (or any other non-email messenger) to contact me. In addition, it may take up to forty-eight hours to receive a reply under some circumstances. I may also ask a student to see me during office hours if his/her question is too complicated to be addressed via email. For basic course information, please check the syllabus first for this information rather than directly emailing me. For help with your email go to: MyASU > Service > Live Chat OR New Ticket. Finally, I do not discuss students’ grades in email messages or over the telephone due to laws concerning confidentiality of students’ records. I also cannot discuss grades with parents and guardians (or other relatives/friends) as per the guidelines of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). If parents/guardians contact me, I will direct them to the pertinent passages of the ASU’s FERPA policies. Canvas: To help you succeed in this class, I will post most course-related materials on Canvas. These materials include the syllabus, slides, and assignment scores. Additionally, you must take both exams through Canvas. If you have any issues accessing Canvas please contact ASU LMS or come see me at your earliest possible convenience. Student Responsibility : Finally, a word about the division of labor in our “joint venture”: I will do the best I can to teach you, but you are expected to take your responsibility seriously. I will try to explain the material clearly. I will be available to help you when you need it. On the other hand, your responsibility includes, among other things, arriving on time, focusing on understanding what I am discussing while taking well-organized notes, asking questions if you fail to understand a point in my lecture, finishing reading assignments on time,
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