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Dave Eggers, _The Circle_ (2013) ## What is this course about? Are we all hackers now? This course plays with a kind of identity that began among geeky tinkerer... esent, and science-fiction of the Internet. This course includes assigned sources, class discussions, gue... two software platforms to carry out work for the course: * **[Canvas](** i
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Dave Eggers, _The Circle_ (2013) ## What is this course about? Are we all hackers now? This course chronicles the story of a kind of identity that began among g... esent, and science-fiction of the internet. This course includes assigned texts, class discussions, guest... l use two platforms to carry out our work for the course: * **[Canvas](** i
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ns of our time, and who wound up disrupted? This course is a hands-on exploration of disruption as a prac... p in media economies ## The business model The course consists of six evaluated components; three are c... ### Phase one: Report *20 percent* Early in the course, each student produces a brief, researched report... ent]] with at least two assigned sources from the course ### Phase two: Presentation *20 percent* The se
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rative tour of the global media environment. This course unveils the hidden ways in which our media lives ... readings, lectures, guests, and discussions, this course invites us to probe and reflect on our own media ... abus, for students who decide to proceed with the course, should be considered a contract among us—with th... agreement with the instructor Evaluation for the course consists of five parts, each worth 20 possible po
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ht not to think, discuss, or even notice it. This course will teach the opposite lesson. Together we will ... antly happening between and among them. In this course, religion and politics are inseparable. Experienc... ected To the extent possible, evaluation in this course will be on the basis of evidence of striving towa... ### 3. Mid-term exam About halfway through the course, students will be tested on their knowledge of th
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Introduction to Social Media **MDST 1002** This course introduces students to concepts for better unders... TA will have a section of students throughout the course. Take the opportunity to get to know your TA, as ... their lowest quiz grade dropped at the end of the course. ### Quests (25%) Each week before class on Tue... it engagement with at least two concepts from the course textbook ### Pitch video (25%) The final projec
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tioners ourselves. The central challenge of this course is to develop a working theory of how social chan... and to exercise adventuresome thinking. Over the course of the semester, a student's Interventions may ad... ipation in all sessions is an expectation for the course. Full or partial absences from class, due to circ... ophisticated grasp of the themes and texts of the course. In particular, projects should convey an analysi
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e implications for broader political culture. The course will also guide students through the process of d... blishing ## Components The architecture of this course seeks to cultivate a scholarly community around a set of shared questions. The course consists of three concurrent processes: our meeti... atible with absence. One or two absences over the course of the semester are acceptable, but please discus
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the economies that underlie our connections? This course will undertake a journey into the practice and th... , each student will (as a percentage of the total course grade): * Each week, turn in on Canvas before ... one in-person meeting with instructor during the course, by appointment **(5%)** If you cannot attend a ... grade. #### Whitepaper project The core of this course is a group-based project to propose, in detail, a
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tructor? * What is the instructor's role in the course? ## Overview * What did I think I was signing up for? * Why did I sign up for this course? * What is the story being told? * Where are ... bjectives * What do we hope to come out of the course with? * Are there applications for future careers? * What further study should this course prepare us for? * What skills will we develop?
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// policy, the [Student Code of Co... ents enrolled in a University of Colorado Boulder course are responsible for knowing and adhering to the H... mitting the same or similar work in more than one course without permission from all course instructors involved, and aiding academic dishonesty. All incidents o
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on't ask for general, broad information about the course or assignments—save that for an in-person discuss... too. If appropriate, mention something about the course or your question that is exciting your enthusiasm
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gagement with at least one of the readings in the course so far * Responsible advocacy: * Clarity of... with key themes, readings, and discussions in the course, such as democracy, economic models, ethics, and
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