After addressing questions from the previous class meeting, discussion turned to theses, as well as concerns of document design and other paratextual features. Class focus was on applying principles from the textbook and lecture to in-class examples, with the idea that examining application will enhance student performance. Attention was also paid to upcoming assignments.
Students are reminded that the following assignments are coming due:
- Course Project: Topic Selection, to be submitted online as a Word document before 0059 on 15 January 2018
- Week 2 Homework, to be submitted online as a Word document before 0059 on 15 January 2018
- Discussion posts, to be completed online before 0059 on 15 January 2018
Students should continue (or begin) reading for the Week 3 Course Project deliverable.
Class met as scheduled, at 1800 in Rm. 107 of the San Antonio campus. The course roster listed seven students enrolled, unchanged since the last meeting; five attended, assessed informally. Student participation was good. No students attended office hours Monday from approx. 1800 to approx. 1900 online. (Office hours are scheduled to approx. 2000, but after an hour without student attendance, they were closed.)
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