Difference between revisions of "Class Participation"

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* In-class discussions - verbally or through the [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/questions Question tool] (select InternetSociety2010) Direct link: [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/questions/InternetSociety2010]
 
* In-class discussions - verbally or through the [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/questions Question tool] (select InternetSociety2010) Direct link: [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/questions/InternetSociety2010]
 
 
   
 
   
 
* Pre/post class discussions on the individual class pages of the wiki
 
* Pre/post class discussions on the individual class pages of the wiki

Revision as of 15:42, 26 January 2010

This class is designed to be an essentially participatory endeavor. Collectively we know more than we do individually, and by engaging the subject matter interactively, we'll learn the material better. While somewhat challenging due to the distance and asynchronous participation in class, we expect students to be creative in their approach.

General requirements

  • In-class discussions - verbally or through the Question tool (select InternetSociety2010) Direct link: [1]
  • Pre/post class discussions on the individual class pages of the wiki
  • Other contributions to the wiki

Specific requirements

  • Introduce the readings for one class over the course of the semester (sign up in advance at Class introduction , maximum four per week, although all are welcome to comment)