After an earlier absence on the instructor’s part (during which instructional materials were provided, here), class discussion resumed with inquiry into student impressions of the Infog. (The RV thereof was to have been submitted before the beginning of class time today.) Also noted was information about the T&S Update; a paper version of information recently added to the assignment webpage was distributed. Future assignments were noted, as well.
Students should please note that the course syllabus has been updated: G. Elliott Spring 2016 ENGL 1213 Syllabus and Course Calendar Revision 2.
Students should please also note that email responses during the break will be limited.
Students are also advised of a notice from the Program director, in which she asks that students be informed that
On Tuesday, March 22nd (the week after spring break), Dr. Chris Carter from the University of Cincinnati will be presenting his most recent research examining videography and police brutality. Dr. Carter’s talk is part of the Arts and Sciences Humanities Speaker series and will be at 6:30 pm in the Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room in the Edmond Low library.
Students are further reminded of the following due dates:
- T&S Update (in print as class begins on 23 March 2016)
- Infog FV (via D2L before class begins on 25 March 2016)
- SpEx (in class on 1 April 2016; information is forthcoming as of this writing)
Regarding meetings and attendance:
- Section 015 met as scheduled, at 1030 in Classroom Building Room 217. The class roster showed 16 students enrolled, unchanged since the previous report. Eleven attended, verified through a brief written exercise. Student participation was good.
- Section 023 met as scheduled, at 1130 in Classroom Building Room 121. The class roster showed 16 students enrolled, a decline of one since the previous report. Ten attended, verified through a brief written exercise. Student participation was reasonably good.
- Section 040 met as scheduled, at 0830 in Morrill Hall Room 206. The class roster showed 15 students enrolled, unchanged since the previous report. Nine attended, verified through a brief written exercise. Student participation was reasonably good.
- One student attended office hours.