Go to the Console Living Room on the 4th floor of the ITCC. Play a game or two. Write about the experience and how it relates to the way we’ve talked about technology as having a past and a culture this semester.
See the syllabus here for updated information about the deadline for the PopRepTech submissions and the reflection essay.
Place your comments and questions about the reading in the comments below.
Comments aren’t required this week but if you have something to say about the readings, it will count towards class participation.
1) Don’t make any changes to your draft sites until we give you the go-ahead.
2) Next week — Presentations (10 minute formal presentation, with 5-10 minutes for Q&A and comments for each group ).
3) Drs. Pearson and McClurken will provide written comments to each group.
4) Revisions to the site will need to be made by April 22.
5) Each team will get an assigned site for a final proofreading session.
6) Each team will make final changes to their site based on those final proofreading and comments from Drs. Pearson and McClurken
Week 10, really? How did it get to be week 10. Well, by now you certainly know what to do.
You know what to do….
See http://popreptech.org/example/test-railroads-in-the-great-locomotive-caper/ for the example that I discussed in class.
Post your thoughts about the reading and the questions that you had. Even if it snows, we’ll have a chance to discuss these at some point.