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* [[Class Participation|Comment/Critique of Rough Drafts]]: You do this as a response to one of the rough drafts put together by your colleagues in [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/is2011/Assignments Assignment 2]. Sign up in advance at [[comment/critique sign-up]].
 
* [[Class Participation|Comment/Critique of Rough Drafts]]: You do this as a response to one of the rough drafts put together by your colleagues in [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/is2011/Assignments Assignment 2]. Sign up in advance at [[comment/critique sign-up]].
  
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*[[Individual Assignments|Assignment 1: Wikipedia]]:  For more details, see [[Assignment 1 Details and Reporting]].
 
*[[Individual Assignments|Assignment 1: Wikipedia]]:  For more details, see [[Assignment 1 Details and Reporting]].

Revision as of 15:06, 26 January 2010

During the course of the semester, you will be responsible for the following assignments, tasks, and projects:

Class Participation

Assignments

Final Project

Ideally, many of these assignments and projects will build off one another. You should feel free to carry over ideas, themes, and arguments from one assignment or project to the next, so long as you expand and develop your work, taking into account both positive and negative feedback from the instructors and your colleagues.