December 3, 2013 8 Comments
Please post a link to the main (or only) page of your final project as a reply to this post.
Deadline: 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
October 31, 2013
The project pitch document is a printed document you will hand in during class, after everyone presents his or her pitch briefly. The document must clearly state what you intend to produce for your project.
The information should be specific in terms of:
October 29, 2013
Please read the Course Schedule from now up to the end of the semester and start thinking about how you will manage your time.
The deadlines will not change. What we do during class might be adjusted, but NOT the deadlines or the assigned work.
Both the audio and photo story and the final project account for a big part of your final grade. The points and percentages are explained in the syllabus under both “Course Requirements” and “Grades and Grading Policies.” You can also read details here: Required Work. Read more of this post
December 6, 2012 12 Comments
The final project (described on the Required Work page) must be submitted by the deadline in the following manner:
DO NOT put your project materials in a blog post on your blog. Read more of this post
November 1, 2012
The project pitch document is a brief printed document you will hand in during class, after everyone presents his or her pitch briefly. The document must clearly state what you intend to produce for your project.
When your project proposal has been approved, you’re cleared to begin work on your project.
DEADLINE: Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m. (in class). If revisions are requested, they must be submitted within 24 hours, via email.