NMAC 3108/Fall 2020/Lessons
TL;DR: This schedule is tentative and subject to change. This is a digital document; do not print. Students are responsible for getting updates.
This schedule represents the ideal outline for our study this semester. Yet, like all best-laid plans, we may not be able to keep up with our agenda. Please be flexible and try to look and read ahead whenever possible.
We will do our best to stick by this schedule, but I will inform you verbally, via an email, and/or a literal change to the schedule below whenever there is a deviation. Getting these updates is solely your responsibility. Therefore, this schedule is tentative and subject to change contingent upon the needs of the students and the professor, and dictated by time and other constraints which may affect the course. For face-to-face classes, this schedule reflects only an overview of the assigned reading and other major course assignments. It may not indicate specific class session assignments or activities. Specific in-class assignments may not be reflected on the schedule.
This fifteen-week class is made up of eight lessons (designated L1–L8). Each lesson is divided into weekly sections of work that contain readings, a reading quiz, and writing. Dates for each lesson are as follows. The total points for the lesson is indicated under “Points.”
|L1||1||August 12 – August 18||Course Introduction and Orientation||30|
|L2||2–3||August 19 – September 1||WritDM Basics and MediaWiki||60|
|L3||4–5||September 2 – September 15||Credibility in Editing and Sourcing||80|
|L4||6–7||September 16 – September 29||POV and Audience; Editing Week||170|
|L5||8–9||September 30 – October 13||Wikipedia Project Intro and Evaluation||70|
|L6||10–11||October 14 – October 27||Finalize Topic and Begin Editing||80|
|L7||12–13||October 28 – November 10||Writing, Editing, and Revision||70|
|L8||14–15||November 11 – November 25||Final Edits and Reflection||200|
- The final column is mainly for me and preparing the lessons: a indicates that a lesson is complete and ready to go; a indicates the lesson is partially complete; a indicates the lesson has yet to be written. All lessons should be complete by the time you need them to be.
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