Extra Credit Submissions
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This assignment is due on May 7. Students who submit extra credit projects will receive a one-point increase in their final project grade. If you are presenting in class on the 14th, but do not have material to upload, please indicate so on the section below.
If you do plan on uploading a file, please name your file "wikiusername_extracredit," where "wikiusername" is replaced with your username, to avoid overwriting someone else's assignment or causing errors in the Wiki by including forbidden characters. So if your username is "jdoe" and your file is a PowerPoint document your file should be named "jdoe_extracredit.ppt."
Link to your extra credit below (either by uploading it to the wiki or by linking to an external site) or indicate that you'd like to present your final paper. Please provide a short description of your project/the presentation you plan to give.
If you have trouble finding the file you uploaded, check the list of uploaded files.
I would like to participate in the extra credit assignment by sending along a link to an iMovie that will go through "the right to be forgotten" in a narrative format. Caroline 12:31, 7 March 2013 (EST)Caroline
- Zak Paster_extracredit - Link to extra credit assignment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks5e5KPsWxk&feature=youtube_gdata
- The presentation is on autopilot - I would like to have it presented during the final class on May 14th.
- This slide show provides an overview of two fast-growing online giving communities - Crowdrise.com Razoo.com - and cross-compares two of Lessig's Internet forces: norms and architecture.
- Zak Paster 23:00, 6 May 2013 (EDT)
- interestingcomments_extracredit (Student ID 10789842)- Link to extra credit assignment: https://vimeo.com/65635250
- I would like to have it presented during the final class on May 14th.
- This video lecture gives an overview of my research on the topic: Does The SEC Need To Control & Censor The Message Board Community? A comparative observational study of two publicly traded company message board communities.
Interestingcomments 07:42, 7 May 2013 (EDT)