We’re nearing the end of the semester! Below are important updates to the syllabus and an outline of the last 5 classes. Makes sure to read, print, and staple to your syllabus.
Monday, April 11:
—Final versions of Project 2 due. These are to be printed, bound for extra credit, and uploaded to our class folder no later than 6pm on Monday.
—We will be discussing Project 3 in class.
—We will be selecting end of semester presentation times in class.
—Due next time we meet (May 2): first draft of Project 3. Refer to project sheet for reference. This will include a digital version of your cover, digital version of your table of contents, and digital version of your new article. Bring files to class and upload to class folder.
Monday, April 18:
No class! This is a change to the syllabus.
Monday, April 25:
No class, Spring Break
Monday, May 2:
—First draft of Project 3 is due. Upload to class folder and bring all files for studio time in class.
—I will have all Project 2 grades for you.
Monday, May 9:
—Bring in revised version of Project 3. Also bring files for studio time.
—Bring in revised version of Project 2 and any questions you might have before presentations.
Monday, May 16:
—Project 3 is due in class folder.
—Revised version of Project 2 is due in class folder and printed.
—***Presentations begin. This will take the entire class. There will be no in class work time.
Monday, May 23:
—This is our last class! All revised projects are due in class “final projects” folder.
—Presentations continue. This will take the majority of class. We will have some time for any remaining class questions.
What will end of semester presentations look like?
—We will have outside critics come in during the last two weeks of class to critique project 2 and 3. You’ve heard my feedback all semester, now it’s time to get feedback from other professionals as well.
—Each student will have approximately 10 minutes of time. 5 minutes will be for presentations and 5 minutes will be for critiquing.
—You will be presenting your printed and digital version of your magazine. You will have project 3 projected on the screen, and project 2 printed and bound for our critics to look at.
—We will discuss exact presentation requirements in class over the next few weeks.