Grading Abstracts

Although I skimmed many of the abstracts as they were published, I’ll begin actual grading tonight. I’ll do my best to get 5-10 abstracts graded each day. You’ll see a comment on the abstract post from me, as well as your grade in the Blackboard Gradebook. 

Reminder of Readings for Friday’s Class

As noted in the Course Schedule, you have a couple relatively short required readings for class Friday. Given how the reading quiz #1 was structured, be sure you pay attention to the key terms and concepts presented.

We will be discussing Chapter 3, with the associated readings on Blackboard in the Readings –> Communication and Information Technologies folder. Please have these read and understood so we can have an engaging class discussion on Friday. While you are reading, be making active connections between the content and your own experiences. During class, I’ll invite you to share the connections you made. Of course, you may also choose to express these connections via your individual blog. Either way counts for participation.

You don’t need to worry yet about the Chapter 7 readings.

Grading Abstracts

Although I skimmed many of the abstracts as they were published, I’ll begin actual grading tonight. I’ll do my best to get 5-10 abstracts graded each day. You’ll see a comment on the abstract post from me, as well as your grade in the Blackboard Gradebook.

Unless I spoke with you already about post publishing issues, I will mark your submission time as the most recent date accompanying the post. See the Course Syllabus for information on grading and late work.