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   * Comprehension of the disruption and explanation of what qualifies it as disruptive   * Comprehension of the disruption and explanation of what qualifies it as disruptive
   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]] and relevant market data, using [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]] and relevant market data, using [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]
-  * Meaningful engagement with at least two assigned ​materials ​from the course+  * Meaningful ​[[engagement with assigned sources|engagement with at least two assigned ​sources]] ​from the course
  
 ### Phase two: Presentation ### Phase two: Presentation
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   * Insightful interviews in disrupted communities,​ along with contextual data on social impacts   * Insightful interviews in disrupted communities,​ along with contextual data on social impacts
   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]], and [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]], and [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]
-  * Meaningful engagement with at least one assigned ​material ​from the course+  * Meaningful ​[[engagement with assigned sources|engagement with at least one assigned ​source]] ​from the course
  
 ### Phase three: Whitepaper ### Phase three: Whitepaper
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 Evaluation criteria are as follows: Evaluation criteria are as follows:
  
-  * Completion of the assignment with clarity, stylistic correctness,​ and creativity, including an in-class pitch during the final week+  * Completion of the assignment with clarity, stylistic correctness,​ and creativity
   * Comprehension of the disruption and explanation of what qualifies it as disruptive   * Comprehension of the disruption and explanation of what qualifies it as disruptive
   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]] and relevant market data, using [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]   * Evidence of self-directed research beyond assigned materials, including at least two peer-reviewed [[scholarly sources]] and relevant market data, using [[citation standards|appropriate citation]]
-  * Meaningful engagement with at least two assigned ​materials from the course+  * Meaningful ​[[engagement with assigned sources|engagement with at least two assigned ​sources]]
   * Clear, compelling in-class pitch   * Clear, compelling in-class pitch
  
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       - A second event, on or off campus, of your choosing       - A second event, on or off campus, of your choosing
   * Insightful, 300-500 word analysis of an aspect of each event   * Insightful, 300-500 word analysis of an aspect of each event
-  * Engagement with at least one of the assigned materials in each analysis+  * [[engagement with assigned sources|Engagement]] with at least one of the assigned materials in each analysis
  
 Entrepreneurship-related events can be found at the campus [Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​innovate/​events),​ [Silicon Flatirons](https://​siliconflatirons.org/​events/​),​ [Startup Digest](https://​www.startupdigest.com/​digests/​boulder-denver),​ and [Meetup](https://​www.meetup.com/​cities/​us/​co/​boulder/​events/​). Entrepreneurship-related events can be found at the campus [Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​innovate/​events),​ [Silicon Flatirons](https://​siliconflatirons.org/​events/​),​ [Startup Digest](https://​www.startupdigest.com/​digests/​boulder-denver),​ and [Meetup](https://​www.meetup.com/​cities/​us/​co/​boulder/​events/​).
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 * Naomi Klein, "[How Power Profits from Disaster](https://​www.theguardian.com/​us-news/​2017/​jul/​06/​naomi-klein-how-power-profits-from-disaster),"​ _Guardian_ (July 6, 2017) * Naomi Klein, "[How Power Profits from Disaster](https://​www.theguardian.com/​us-news/​2017/​jul/​06/​naomi-klein-how-power-profits-from-disaster),"​ _Guardian_ (July 6, 2017)
  
-### 11. Disrupting for purpose+#### 11. Disrupting for purpose
  
 * Jennifer Brandel, Mara Zepeda, Astrid Scholz, and Aniyia Williams, "​[Zebras Fix What Unicorns Break](https://​medium.com/​@sexandstartups/​zebrasfix-c467e55f9d96)"​ (March 8, 2017) * Jennifer Brandel, Mara Zepeda, Astrid Scholz, and Aniyia Williams, "​[Zebras Fix What Unicorns Break](https://​medium.com/​@sexandstartups/​zebrasfix-c467e55f9d96)"​ (March 8, 2017)
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 * [Tech Workers Coalition newsletter](https://​news.techworkerscoalition.org/​) * [Tech Workers Coalition newsletter](https://​news.techworkerscoalition.org/​)
 * Y Combinator, [Startup School library](https://​www.startupschool.org/​library) * Y Combinator, [Startup School library](https://​www.startupschool.org/​library)
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