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Weekly Class Schedule

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Arts Study Seminar : Weekly Class Schedule

 

This schedule will change as the semester progresses, I will be adding links to my

class lectures and keynote presentations and links for readings and updates on our assignments.  So, you will want to check here on a regular basis. At least once a week.

Also check my journal page on a regular basis for extra instructions and guidance.

 

 


Week One : Introduction to our course & organizing ourselves into research groups

 

Sept 5 - 7   : Please bring your lap tops to class on a regular basis.


Week Two: Research Groups & Digital Spaces

 

 Sept 10 - 14: Mon : Will be a Computer Lab Class: location B 111

                    : Wed : I will introduce you to our text, 'Academic Reading.'                  

                    : Friday : Introduction to Chapters 1, 2 & 3: Academic Writing (pages 1 - 55).

 

 Click here for a Flash rendition of our lecture ASTU- Citation & Summary 1.swf  

 

 Click here for a powerpoint of our lecture ASTU- Citation & Summary 1.ppt

 PLEASE CHECK MY JOURNAL PAGE

                       Assignment # 1 Due


Week Three : Citation and Summary

 

Sept 17 - 21 : Mon :  Group discussions/ exercises : You should begin reading the article below today.

                    : Wed : Review Chapters 1, 2 & 3.  Click here for a Flash rendition of our lecture:  LEARNING SUMMARY.swf  

 

                    : Fri :   :  Critical Reading Assignment:

   The Benefits of Facebook, "Friends:" Social Capital and College Students’ Use of Online Social Network Sites

 

                   PLEASE NOTE: You library tutorials will be held in Koerrner Library room 217

 

 

 Week Four : Chapters 4 & 5: Academic Writing

 

 Sept 24 - 28 : Mon: Chapter 4: & 5  Difficult Situations for Summerizers 

Click here to see Keynotes on Chapter 4: Difficult Situations.         

                            Note: Section 1:00 to 2:00 : We will have a library tutorial in the Library:

                    : Wed : Chapter Five : Definition and Abstraction

                                  Note: Section 2:00 to 3:00 : We will have a library tutorial in the Library:

                    : Fri :  Chapter 4 & 5 :

Click here to see keynotes for Chapter 5: Definition-

                                 Note: Section Noon to 1:00 : We will have a library tutorial in the Library:

                            (Sat. Exam Econ)


Week Five : Summary & Research strategies

 

Oct 1 - 5      : Mon : Today we will discuss   The Benefits of Facebook, "Friends:" Social Capital and College Students’ Use of Online Social Network Sites in prepration for writing your summaries tomorrow.

Keynotes for Oct 1st- Facebook article.swf

                   : Wed : In Class Summary 

                   : Fri :  Research & Summary (preparations for writing a research propsal)

 

 In preperation for Friday's class, you should do a little exploring online around our research topic: Digital Literacy. Try using the Library data bases or Google Scholar.

 


 Week Six : Researching and Proposal presentation

 

 Oct 8 - 12   : Mon : Thanksgiving & Indigenous People's Day Holiday

                  : Wed : Research and Summary: This will be a  "How to find research articles' workshop  class.

                  : Fri :    Research Questions Due On your Team research page before class

Remember,  missing a workshop will cost you 2 points -- and I will take attendance, so please organize yourself accordingly.


 Week Seven : Conference Workshops

 

 Oct 15 - 19 : Mon:  Workshop : first draft of your research proposal is due on your research team page.

                    : Wed : Research proposals Due  6 pm

                    : Fri :   Workshop

 

Remember,  missing a workshop will cost you 2 points -- and I will take attendance, so please organize yourself accordingly.

 

 


 Week Eight :  Conference Workshops

 

 

 

 Oct 22 - 26       Conference Workshops

 

           Mon Oct 22nd: Your Biographies with photos and final Conference proposals must be posted for the Conference Technical director to upload.

 

           Friday Oct 26th: All of your presentation visuals must be posted and ready for the Conference team to upload.

 

            Sunday Oct 28th: Your Research webspace is complete and ready for evaluation. Your webspace is worth 12.5% of your conference grade.

 


 Week Nine:  Conference Week /Location TBA

 Oct 29 - Nov 2  :

Missing a Conference Class you will cost you 3 points.

(Fri Exam Econ)


 

Week Ten : Chapters 6, 7 & 8 Academic Writing

 Mon Nov 5: What is a Research Paper?

 

 

 Wed Nov 7 : Chapters 7 & 8 : Peer Editing

 

Fri Nov 9   : Quiz: : on  Chapters 7 & 8 : 10%

** This will be a pass or fail quiz --  that means you either study chapters 7 & 8  and earn 10 points, or you don't and earn nothing -- and you will not be able to re-write.


 

 

Week Eleven Chapters 6 &  9 : Orchestration & Scholarly Styles

 

 Nov 12 - 16 : Mon: Remembrance Day   

                        Wed: Chapter 6 : Scholarly Orchestration    Orchestrating Voices.swf

                        Fri :  Writing workshop:Bring hard copies of your summaries to class (double spaced).

 

PLEASE SEE MY JOURNAL PAGE  FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND A SCHEDULE TO HELP KEEP YOU ON TRACK

 

Remember,  missing a workshop will cost you 2 points -- and I will take attendance, so please organize yourself accordingly.


 

Week Twelve : Chapters 10 & 11: Making & Maintaining Knowledge/ Introductions and Conclusions

 PLEASE SEE MY JOURNAL PAGE  FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS AND A SCHEDULE TO HELP KEEP YOU ON TRACK

 Nov 19 - 23 :  Writing workshops

                        Mon: Bing hard copies of your orchestrated summaries to class . Click here to see today's keynote: Scholarly Styles.

                        Wed :  Bring hard copies of orchestrated summaries Click here to see today's keynote: Making Knowledge.

                         Fri: :  Writing Introductions and Conclusions: Workshop  click here to see today's keynote: Introductions & Conclusions.

 

Remember,  missing a workshop will cost you 2 points -- and I will take attendance, so please organize yourself accordingly.

 


 

Week Thirteen : Writing Workshops  (remember, if you miss a class workshop you will lose 2 points)

 

 Nov 26 - 30    : Mon : Working with images - workshop. You should have a file of images ready to work with onlne (use your google doc)

                        : Wed : We will View our Conference Documentary

                        : Fri :Research Paper Due 6 pm.  --> Attendence is not required for this class, unless you need assistance with your research paper.

 


FINAL EXAM : Dec 18th 3:30 p.m.

 

Please follow this link to see our Jan/April schedule

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