- Quiz (until 7:45)
- Google Discussion
- Short lecture
- How do we encourage more people to take an active role in creating and vetting shared content (i.e. contributing to and editing Wikipedia) and avoid free riding on the efforts of others?
- What degree of exclusivity (“scarcity”) is necessary to sustain a capitalist democracy?
- How has the use of internet technology re-shaped your education over the years, and where do you see it leading future generations? How might colleges and universities adapt to this new environment?
- How has the gatekeeper role of the editor changed how you get your news? How important is it that your news, analysis and commentary be “edited” (spell-check, grammar-check, fact-check)?
- The Past: You Will …
- Current: The Break Up, FlackCheck (FactCheck, PolitiFact)
- Moving into the future: Mobile, Corning
- Use Dropbox folks! (Don’t send attachments to yourself – put docs in the cloud)
rades on Google Doc (last 4 digits, if 0 = o)
- Several requests for extra-credit opportunity. In 2s or 3s, if we were to have an EC opportunity = to one blog post, what should it be? Take 5, post as a comment on this post. I’ll review and decide while y’all are doing the evals
- Need volunteer to collect and drop in mail
- One on one or questions answered for the group
- Consider helping one another review your course blogs for conformance
For Finals Week : Wed 14 March at 7:00 pm
- Post to your blog (categorize as project): A short post promoting your project, with a properly formed hyperlink and good use of keywords : because blog pages do not (as a general rule) have RSS
- Reflection (to catalyst) : An essay that reflects on the project: now that you have completed it, what would you d0 differently if you could start over? How well did you meet your goals for success? What have you learned in the course of the project? You must give examples (evidence, such as references to readings or other material covered in class). How will you apply these learnings outside the classroom? Length: 850-1000 words
- The actual project (doh!)