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will be asked to leave class, and students who do not leave class when asked or who refuse to comply w... ose contact with someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay home; rather, you should self-monit... vices website. ## Preferred Student Names and Pronouns CU Boulder recognizes that students' legal in... Students may update their preferred names and pronouns via the student portal; those preferred names
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How well does the draft accord with the rules or norms of the relevant genre? * Where would you rec
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## What is this course about? Are we all hackers now? This course plays with a kind of identity that ... CEOs. How has hacker culture helped form our technological lives? Do hacker formations like Wikileaks, Anonymous, and open-source software represent a new k... nd of politics, or a rejection of politics as we know it? How does this culture manage boundaries of a
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nts to network structures and principles, the technology and infrastructures that allow them to flouri... ghout the course. Take the opportunity to get to know your TA, as they are your main point of interfac... Please plan ahead on the assumption that you will not hear back during weekends, holidays, or evenings. ## Nodes The coursework includes four equally weighted
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omplete the weekly reading assignments. This does not necessarily mean microscopic reading of every pa... al strategy that addresses it. Interventions need not be realistic for students to carry out; students... due in the appropriate online discussion unit at noon on Tuesdays For the final project: * Consul... esday, March 1 * Proposals are due on Canvas at noon on Tuesday, March 8 * Drafts are due in the o
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rrounding media entrepreneurship and disruptive innovation * Encounter the social impacts of economic disruptions * Cultivate habits of ethical entrepreneurship in media economies ## The business model The course consists ... to the class about the effects of a disruptive innovation. Students should interview at least two peo
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s, there are support resources on campus. Please know your instructor is available to discuss these is... bsite]( is an excellent starting point for reso
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tion to digital information and communication technologies.* In this particular section, we focus on ... of three concurrent processes: our meetings, your notebooks, and an edited collection of our collectiv... ting a successful community, and participation is not compatible with absence. One or two absences ove... dterm, and once at the end of the semester. ### Notebook Research flourishes through cultivating ha
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d Media Practices **MDST 5001** What are the economies that underlie our connections? This course wi... media entrepreneurship, introducing the dominant norms of entrepreneurial cultures, together with ave... nd us today, we will learn to design tools and economies for networks to come. ## Instructor Nathan ... ng the course, by appointment **(5%)** If you cannot attend a class meeting on a given week, please d
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o that more artificial evaluations like exams are not necessary. But in order for this purpose to be a... r superficial*. If it is tacked on, readers will know it. Make sure the engagement contributes somethi... tions*. If all you do is quote the source, I will not know that you actually understand it. Choice quotes are great, but what you say in your own words ma
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itations are a highly contextual matter. There is no one style of citation that is appropriate for eve... ar documents that share those characteristics and notice which citation formats they are using. When i... an academic paper or any kind of formal document, notice that different fields tend to use particular ... ir submission guidelines. * If you're writing a non-academic text, such as a memo, letter, or [[whit
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## What is this course about? Are we all hackers now? This course chronicles the story of a kind of i... CEOs. How has hacker culture helped form our technological lives? Do hacker formations like Wikileaks, Anonymous, and open-source software represent a new k... nd of politics, or a rejection of politics as we know it? We will explore the contested figure of the
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in charge here, and why? * What do we need to know about the instructor? * What is the instructor... grades should reflect? * What activities should not be graded? * How can we break each activity do... r what can be accomplished each week? * If the pace isn't working, how do we know and what do we do?
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g through email. For a professor, every email is another few minutes they're not spending on their research or mentorship. Help make the world a better pl... We're much more likely to want to help you if we notice that you're passionate too. If appropriate, m... r, "[How to Email Your Professor (without being annoying AF)](
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