Complete all writing and be ready to record your podcast on Tuesday.
Practice recording on your own between now and Tuesday. Please see recording instructions in the Assignments/Final project section of the Course site. You can download a version of Audacity on your home computer. If you wish to practice in one of the labs at school please contact Prof. Almeida in advance to coordinate.
The assignment is due Dec 12. The template and guidelines are posted under the assignments section of the course site
OUTLINE AND PHOTO LIST
Below — class notes for November 30. I encourage you to use the material to organize your work towards the final presentation of your project.
Now is the time to catch up on any research that still needs to be done as well as writing, scripting and designing your open lab project page. We are starting to record the Podcasts soon.
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Tomorrow – Thursday, Nov 30 we will continue to work on Project questions, outlines, and scripting. We will practice reading/acting the script and we will work on the visual aspect of your final project. It is important that everyone is there and participates. Please bring any images that you are considering including in your presentation. Looking Forward – Prof. Joelson
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The attached class notes include the following information:
- Final Project components; key due dates; grading and evaluation information
- The Project Question
- The Project Outline
As discussed in class – Site Reports are all about observations, reflections, and analysis. There is no need to research outside sources for this report. However, it is ok to include an additional source if it does not replace your own observations or ideas and you find it important and relevant as long as you place the text in quotes, and cite and reference the source. Here are some helpful links: (The following material is about APA style. If you are used to another style that’s ok – you can use it)
- “How to cite something you found on a website in APA style”: http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2010/11/how-to-cite-something-you-found-on-a-website-in-apa-style.html
- “How do you cite a source that you found in another source” http://www.apastyle.org/learn/faqs/cite-another-source.aspx
- These are also helpful:
Mid Term grades and feedback comments are now available on BlackBoard (Tools/My grades)
Last Tuesday we heard about some of the adventures and discoveries of each of the groups. It was fascinating!!
Some more shifting occurred between groups. Below is an updated Teams and Themes list:
Artists and Art in the Gowanus:
Researchers: Karla, Asli, Melissa, Andrew, Monty, Yuying
Researchers: Rumana, Sanaya, Ashley, Lisa, Gerald, Kristopher
Researchers: Elmer, Anjali, Seline, Raju, Jinchang
Researchers: Richard, Randy, Ajay, Jhojansy, Jarnelle
Site Report 3 about your individual impressions of the group walk is due Tuesday, October 24
Although it is an artists’ weekend – everyone can learn something new about their theme/topic of interest this weekend in the open artists’ studios. Art touches everything in life – and the open studios are an opportunity to get to know aspects of the Gowanus that are not usually available. Go, mingle, talk to people, have fun and make new discoveries!!!
As you know, we are in the process of assigning mid-term grades based on work submitted to date. All work that is due so far will be considered for the grade (i.e.: Site Reports 1 &2, Library report 1 and blogs 1-4). If you missed submitting any of the assignments and you would like us to consider the work in the mid-term grading, you must submit any missing overdue work by Sunday, October 22 5:00 pm