DUE MAY 12
There are several options for your final project. You may elect to craft a persuasive statement advocating a policy position. The final project could be a case study that evaluates an organization that operates in one of the thematic areas of the course. Strong projects may have the opportunity to be revised and published by one of the Berkman Center projects.
The final project may be a written document or a multimedia product. The final project should be integrative--bringing together materials and issues from class and expanding upon them.
Ideally, students will identify the topic for their final project early in the semester and leverage their time working on the other four assignments towards the final project.
Students may work in a group for the final project. Read about groups here Group Work.
Some possible final project topics can be found here: Project Ideas