Instructions for the extra credit "Online Presentation Peer Review" are in this Google doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hnXIyRDJchk4HOk6mLKFcBybYj2G9_YihL5WnMMu07Q/edit?usp=sharing

Find a presentation to review and sign up to review it on this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CaXSOjder20a7ywDMCa3EMjRP2QaHXhJbP8V4uPE6bU/edit#gid=0

Final class (April 24)

Built Environment Analysis examples from previous semesters:

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Revised Built Environment Analysis due April 26 by 11:59 pm
  2. Extra points opportunity: For up to 100 participation points, complete an on-location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/ 
  3. Re-read G2W Chapter 5: Research and Documentation (take the quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/E1Z5eI5YmWspTbyI3)

 

What are we doing in class?

*There will be Revolution Doughnuts, and I'll be there to answer questions you may have about the final revised draft of the BEA.

(Extra points suggestions: complete the on location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/, revise an RR, BED, or AB)

All RR, BED, and AB revisions, and extra credit work (i.e., everything but the revision of your Built Environment Analysis project) are due by April 24 at 11:59 pm. No work other than the BEA revision will be accepted after that date. 

Week 15 (April 17)

Built Environment Analysis examples from previous semesters:

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. In-class work Monday will be worth up to 50 extra points
  2. Online video, slideshow, or audio presentations of Built Environment Analysis due April 21 by 11:59 pm (***note new extended due date***).
  3. Extra points opportunity: For up to 100 participation points, complete an on-location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/ 
  4. Re-read G2W Chapter 5: Research and Documentation (take the quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/E1Z5eI5YmWspTbyI3)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discuss and work on ideas for BEA online presentations (in-class work worth up to 50 participation points)

(Extra points suggestions: complete the on location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/, revise an RR, BED, or AB)

Looking ahead:

  1. Revised Built Environment Analysis due April 26 by 11:59 pm (***note new extended due date***)

All RR, BED, and AB revisions, and extra credit work (i.e., everything but the revision of your Built Environment Analysis project) are due by April 24 at 11:59 pm. No work other than the BEA revision will be accepted after that date.

Week 14 (April 10)

Built Environment Analysis examples from previous semesters:

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. In-class work Monday will be worth up to 150 extra points
  2. Built Environment Analysis major draft due April 7 at 11:59 pm
  3. Extra points opportunity: For up to 100 participation points, complete an on-location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/ 
  4. Re-read G2W Chapter 5: Research and Documentation (take the quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/E1Z5eI5YmWspTbyI3)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discuss and work on ideas for BEA online presentations (in-class work worth up to 50 participation points)

*Built Environment Analysis Project peer review and workshop (in-class work worth up to 100 participation points)

*Using and documenting sources

(Extra points suggestions: complete the on location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/, revise an RR, BED, or AB)

Looking ahead:

  1. Online video, slideshow, or audio presentations of Built Environment Analysis due April 17 by 11:59 pm.
  2. Revised Built Environment Analysis due April 24 by 11:59 pm

All RR, BED, and AB revisions, extra credit work, and the revision of your Built Environment Analysis project are due by April 24 at 11:59 pm. No work will be accepted after that date.

Week 13 (April 3)

Built Environment Analysis examples from previous semesters:

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 50 points: Submit link to draft of your Built Environment Analysis by Monday class time
  2. Extra points opportunity: For up to 100 participation points, complete an on-location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/ 
  3. Re-read Built Environment Analysis project description
  4. Read G2W Chapter 5: Research and Documentation (take the quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/E1Z5eI5YmWspTbyI3)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Built Environment Analysis Project workshop

*Using and documenting sources

(Extra points suggestions: complete the on location writing assignment -- http://materialwordss17.rswsandbox.net/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-100-points/, revise an RR, BED, or AB)

Looking ahead:

  1. Complete draft of Built Environment Analysis (worth 500-1500 points) due April 7 at 11:59 pm. This is a full complete draft of your argument (about 1500 words, plus images, charts, other media as useful to make your argument)

  1. Online, video presentations of Built Environment Analysis due April 17 by 11:59 pm.

All of these major projects should now be complete by the beginning of Week 13: Reading Annotations, Annotated Bibliography, Built Environment Descriptions. You can still revise your previous submissions for extra credit.

Week 12 (March 27)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Submit link to draft of AB2 before class time on Monday, post question about Built Environment Analysis project before class time on Monday
  2. Annotated Bibliography 2 (10 entries, five revised and five new) due by 11:59 pm on March 27th
  3. Re-read Built Environment Analysis project description
  4. Re-read G2W Chapter 4: Inventing Rhetorically

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of Unit 3 reading

*Discussion of Built Environment Analysis Project

*Using and documenting sources

(Extra points suggestions: Sign up for a research conference with Ms. Madden: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-library (+50), view Rheingold's Crap Detection Mini-course and write up a 2-3 paragraph summary of one to three of the "Crap Detection Resources" on your blog (+20-60), revise an RR, BED, or complete extra RR, BED, or AB)

Looking ahead:

  1. Complete draft of Built Environment Analysis (worth 500-1500 points) due April 7 at 11:59 pm. This is a full complete draft of your argument (about 1500 words, plus images, charts, other media as useful to make your argument)

  1. Online, video presentations of Built Environment Analysis due April 17 by 11:59 pm.

By Week 12 these major projects should be complete: Reading Annotations, Annotated Bibliography, Built Environment Descriptions. After Week 12, submissions related to these major projects will no longer be accepted.

Week 11 (March 20)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Find a website that fails Rheingold's crap detection test, and submit the link via the form before class time on Monday.
  2. Read Howard Rheingold, "Chapter 2: Crap Detection," from Net Smart: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B08Ob_Ps6u4Jbk42amFRUE1aVGc 
  3. Annotated Bibliography 2 (10 entries, five revised and five new) due by 11:59 pm on March 27th
  4. Read Built Environment Analysis project description
  5. Read G2W Chapter 4: Inventing Rhetorically

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of unit reading

*Evaluating sources

*Using and documenting sources

(Extra points suggestions: Sign up for a research conference with Ms. Madden: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-library (+50), view Rheingold's Crap Detection Mini-course and write up a 2-3 paragraph summary of one to three of the "Crap Detection Resources" on your blog (+20-60))

Looking ahead:

  1. Complete draft of Built Environment Analysis (worth 500-1500 points) due April 7 at 11:59 pm. This is a full complete draft of your argument (about 1500 words, plus images, charts, other media as useful to make your argument)

  1. Online, video presentations of Built Environment Analysis due April 17 by 11:59 pm.

  1. By Week 12 these major projects should be complete: Reading Annotations, Annotated Bibliography, Built Environment Descriptions. After Week 12, submissions related to these major projects will no longer be accepted.

Week 9 (March 6)

Begin Unit 3: Politics and the Built Environment

*****MEET IN LIBRARY, CLASSROOM 2 ON THE SECOND FLOOR, FOR WORKSHOP*****

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Submit draft of Annotated Bibliography 1 (5 entries) by class time Monday.
  2. Final draft of Annotated Bibliography 1 (5 entries) due on Friday, March 10 at 11:59 pm.
  3. Built Environment Readings for Unit 3: Political (read them both, respond to the one assigned to your group for optional Unit 3 Reading Response):
  1. Emma Green, “America’s Profound Gender Anxiety,” in The Atlantic, May 31, 2016 (Group 1)
  2. Inger Marie Lid, “Implementing universal design in a Norwegian context: Balancing core values and practical priorities,” in Disability Studies Quarterly 36.2 (Group 2)
  1. Optional Unit 3 Reading Response due by 11:59 pm on March 24.
  2. Read G2W Chapter 3: Persuading Rhetorically (complete quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/BTS1ABmYPMR1HuL12)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Research workshop

*Discuss evaluating sources and credibility

(Extra points suggestion: upload images and sounds, contribute to the glossary of terms, make a suggestion!)

Looking ahead:

  1. Annotated Bibliography 2 (10 entries, 5 revised, 5 new) due by 11:59 pm on March 27th
  2. Carefully review Built Environment Analysis project description

Week 8 (February 27)

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Sign up for a Zotero account and submit a link to your user profile before class time. Submit a link to your BED2 draft by class time.
  2. Review the Zotero library guide: http://research.library.gsu.edu/zotero. Optional for +30, install Firefox+Zotero plugin and create two entries in your Zotero library before class on Monday.
  3. One annotated bibliographic entry (you don't have to do this by class time, though you're welcome to give it a try; we will talk about how to do this in class so that you can post something before Week 9's class meeting)
  4. Built Environment Description 2 due by 11:59 pm on March 3, +20-50  for conference, revision, reflection
  5. Sign-up for a mid-term conference: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-midterm 

 

What are we doing in class?

*From annotations to ABs

*Introduction to Zotero

*Primary v Secondary Research

        *Annotations

        *Digital Literacy

*Discussion of readings

*Plagiarism

(Extra points suggestion: upload images and sounds, contribute to the glossary of terms, make a suggestion!)

Looking ahead:

  1. Draft Annotated Bibliography 1 (5 entries) due by class time Monday, March 6 for class prep (final draft due Friday March 10 at 11:59 pm)

  1. Optional Unit 3 Reading Response due by 11:59 pm on March 24 (read them both, respond to the one assigned to your group)

  1. Complete built environment readings for Unit 3
  1. Emma Green, “America’s Profound Gender Anxiety,” in The Atlantic, May 31, 2016
  2. Inger Marie Lid, “Implementing universal design in a Norwegian context: Balancing core values and practical priorities,” in Disability Studies Quarterly 36.2
  3. Howard Rheingold, "Crap Detection," in Net Smart

Week 7 (February 20)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: By class time Monday, submit draft of Unit 2 Reading Response. Sign up for a mid-term conference by class time on Monday: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-midterm.  Post a mid-term conference question to your blog by your conference time using the "sos" category and "mid-term" tag.
  2. Unit 2 Reading Response due Friday, February 24 at 11:59 pm

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of readings

*Arguments: multiple points of view

(Extra points suggestion: upload images and sounds, contribute to the glossary of terms, make a suggestion!)

Looking ahead:

  1. Built Environment Description 2 due by 11:59 pm on March 3, turn in a draft early by class time on Monday for class prep
  2. Continue built environment readings for Unit 3 (read them both and annotate one for optional Reading Annotation 3)
  1. Emma Green, “America’s Profound Gender Anxiety,” in The Atlantic, May 31, 2016
  2. Inger Marie Lid, “Implementing universal design in a Norwegian context: Balancing core values and practical priorities,” in Disability Studies Quarterly 36.2
  3. Howard Rheingold, "Crap Detection," in Net Smart

Week 6 (February 13)

Begin Unit 2: Culture and the Built Environment

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Built Environment Description 1 due by 11:59 pm on February 12.

  1. Class prep, 20 points: By class time Monday post at least one discussion question about Unit 2 readings to your blog. Friday at 11:59 pm, complete review and reorganization/optimization of your blog and write up a two or three paragraph discussion of what you did and why. Remember, you need to submit links to everything via the form if you want to receive points.

  1. Read built environment readings for Unit 2 (read them all, annotate the one assigned to your group):
  1. Sarah Schindler, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination And Segregation Through Physical Design Of The Built Environment,”  in Yale Law Journal 124.6 (Group 1, Parts I & II only)
  2. Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi, “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” in Journal of Learning Spaces 4.1 (Group 2).

  1. Select a location to observe and begin Built Environment Description 2

(Extra points suggestion: view Rheingold's Crap Detection Mini-course and write up a 2-3 paragraph summary of one to three of the "Crap Detection Resources" on your blog (+20-60), upload images and sounds, contribute to the glossary of terms, make a suggestion!)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of readings

*Research questions

*Genre and conventions

Looking ahead:

  1. Draft of Unit 2 Reading Response due February 20 by class time (final draft of Unit 2 Reading Response is due February 24 at 11:59 pm.

  1. Begin built environment readings for Unit 3 (read them all and respond to the one assigned to your group for optional Unit 3 Reading Response)
  1. Emma Green, “America’s Profound Gender Anxiety,” in The Atlantic, May 31, 2016 (Group 1)
  2. Inger Marie Lid, “Implementing universal design in a Norwegian context: Balancing core values and practical priorities,” in Disability Studies Quarterly 36.2 (Group 2)
  3. Howard Rheingold, "Crap Detection," in Net Smart

Week 5 (February 6)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Unit 1 Reading Response due Friday, February 3, 11:59 pm. Submit the link to your RR1 reading annotations in Hypothes.is via the form. For example, my RR1 reading annotations would be tagged #rswrr1 and can be found using that tag as a search term on Hypothes.is. If you're not sure how to submit your Unit 1 Reading Response, come by during office hours or make an appointment for a conference next week.

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Submit draft of BED1 by Monday class time (+25 if it's used in workshop). By Friday, review and optimize the organization/searchability of your blog, drawing on the guidelines discussed in class.

(Extra points suggestions: complete a Lynda.com tutorial surrounding a relevant technology, organize a peer review or discussion group)

What are we doing in class:

*Discussion of readings

*Content and Style (Rhetoric)

*Expository writing (BED1)

Looking ahead:

  1. Built Environment Description 1 due by 11:59 pm on February 12.

  1. Unit 2 Reading Response due February 24th at 11:59 pm (read them both, respond to the one assigned to your group):
  1. Sarah Schindler, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination And Segregation Through Physical Design Of The Built Environment,”  in Yale Law Journal 124.6 (Group 1, Parts I & II only)
  2. Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi, “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” in Journal of Learning Spaces 4.1 (Group 2).

Link to supplemental reading suggestions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PmcKcA1Q3gyKXsgYezgbV3ykER7vUJ3NSoDeofLafpo/edit?usp=sharing.

Week 4 (January 30)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Submit a link to your draft Unit 1 Reading Response (this is the link to your user page on Hypothes.is)  by class time Monday (+25 if it's used in class workshop), post one question about the Built Environment Description project to your blog using the "SOS" category by class time Monday
  2. Read G2W Chapter 8: Writing in Digital Spaces (complete the quiz for extra points: https://goo.gl/forms/9TcXMR1Fk3dLb0Tl2)
  3. Read full project description for Built Environment Description

(Extra points suggestion: organize a group discussion of the readings for Unit Two, visit an instructor’s office hours with specific questions for discussion, contribute images/sounds/artifacts/signage to the built environment of Atlanta archive)

What are we doing in class:

*Discussion of readings

*Content and Style (Rhetoric)

*Workshop RR drafts

*Expository writing (BEDs)

*Observation and Note taking

Looking ahead:

  1. BED1 drafts due by class time Monday next week, +25 points if it's used for class workshop (final draft of BED1 is due February 12 at 11:59 pm)

  1. Begin interior built environment readings for Unit 2 (read them all, annotate the one assigned to your group for Reading Response 2):
  1. Sarah Schindler, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination And Segregation Through Physical Design Of The Built Environment,”  in Yale Law Journal 124.6 (Group 1, Parts I & II only)
  2. Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi, “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” in Journal of Learning Spaces 4.1 (Group 2).

Submit an early draft of Unit 2 Reading Response and earn +20-50 for conference, revision, and reflection before submitting final draft (Unit 2 Reading Response due February 24 at 11:59 pm)

Week 3 (January 23)

Right/Ctrl click on links below to open in a new tab or window. If you ever have questions about how to find course readings, email me before class, and I will help you find them. Please don't show up to class not having read and tell me you're unprepared because you couldn't find the reading.

The list of categories you should use to keep your blog organized is here: http://atlspaceplacerhets17.robinwharton.net/classnotes/use-these-categories-for-posts/.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Submit a link to at least two annotations on your assigned Unit 1 reading in Hypothes.is (https://hypothes.is/) by class time Monday (if you can't figure out how to complete the annotations, just submit a link to your user page on Hypothes.is)
  2. Read G2W Chapter 2: Responding Rhetorically (complete the quiz (https://goo.gl/forms/REv6D569OfiQb8EK2) for extra points)
  3. Complete/review Unit 1 reading:
  1. Thomas Carter and Elizabeth Collins Cromley, “Introduction,” from Invitation to Vernacular Architecture. (available on the Protected Course Readings page, group 1)
  2. James Deetz, “Parting Ways,” from In Small Things Forgotten: An Archaeology of Early American Life. (http://www.histarch.illinois.edu/plymouth/parting.html, group 2)
  3. Choose one supplemental reading to bring into conversation with your assigned text for the Reading Response. Here's a list of suggestions, or you can choose on your own in consultation with me.
  1. One submission to Atlanta image, sound or artifact library (you don't have to do this by class time, though you're welcome to give it a try; we will talk about how to do this in class so that you can post something before Week 4's class meeting)
  2. Read Built Environment Project instructions. Choose a site from the list to study for Built Environment Description 1

What are we doing in class?

*What is a “built environment”?

*Analyzing architecture as rhetoric

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Use the submission form to turn-in an early draft of your Reading Response before class on Monday, January 30 (+10 if it's used for workshop, +20-50 if you conference, revise, and reflect before final draft is due)
  2. Upload a sound, image, sign, or artifact from an Atlanta location to your website and embed it in a blog post that describes what it is and where it's from (+10-20)
  3. Comment on some of your peers’ blogs (+10-20)
  4. Visit your instructor during office hours (+20)
  5. Organize/Participate in a group conference or online study group and write up a reflection (+20)

Looking ahead:

  1. Draft of Unit 1 Reading Response due by class time on Monday, January 30 (+25 if it's used in class workshop)

Week 2 (January 16)

Begin Unit 1: History and the Built Environment

Due:

  1. No class meeting, but sign up for a 30 minute conference (in-person, phone, or video) to discuss questions about the course and plans for the semester (+100)
  2. Class prep, 20 points: Post a question about the Reading Responses on your blog using category "sos," post your class notes from weeks one and two to your blog using category "class notes"
  3. Unit I Reading:
  1. Thomas Carter and Elizabeth Collins Cromley, “Introduction,” from Invitation to Vernacular Architecture. (available on the Protected Course Readings page, group 1)
  2. James Deetz, “Parting Ways,” from In Small Things Forgotten: An Archaeology of Early American Life. (http://www.histarch.illinois.edu/plymouth/parting.html, group 2)
  3. Choose one supplemental reading to bring into conversation with your assigned text for the Reading Response. Here's a list of suggestions, or you can choose on your own in consultation with me.
  1. Guide to First-year Writing (G2W) Chapter 1: Defining Rhetoric (complete the quiz for extra points, remember to submit the quiz link on the form so that I know you've completed it)

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Use the submission form to turn-in an early draft of your Reading Response before class on Monday, January 30 (+10 if it's used for workshop, +20-50 if you conference, revise, and reflect before final draft is due)
  2. Upload a sound, image, sign, or artifact from an Atlanta location to your website and embed it in a blog post that describes what it is and where it's from (+10-20)
  3. Comment on some of your peers’ blogs (+10-20)
  4. Visit your instructor during office hours (+20)
  5. Organize/Participate in a group conference or online study group and write up a reflection (+20)

Looking ahead:

  1. Begin Reading Response 1 (Due February 3)
  2. Sign up for a Zotero account and submit a link to your user profile before class on Monday, January 23 for extra points (+10)
  3. Review and submit a question about project description for Built Environment Descriptions (+10)

Week 1 (January 9)

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Purchase book, sign up for Hypothes.is (https://hypothes.is/) and install browser plugin, configure personal domain and WordPress site
  2. Read course syllabus
  3. Review create.gsu.edu support documentation (http://support.gsucreate.org/):
  1. "Signing up"
  2. "WordPress"

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Upload a sound, image, sign, or artifact from an Atlanta location to your site and embed it in a blog post that describes what it is and where it's from (+20)
  3. Complete an “About Me” page on your website (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*First day of class

*Introduction/logistics

*Getting Started With create.gsu.edu

*Setup of website

Looking ahead:

Read for Unit One