Here at the end of the term, as students work on finalizing their portfolios, essays, and end-of-course reflections, I thought a few notes on revision might be in order. I’ll start with this cool clip by Tim Weninger, a graduate student in computer science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, which shows timelapse video of a research paper in 463 distinct phases of composition and revision. Enjoy!
The lab will be officially closed Friday and Saturday.
Some Instructors may have students take emergency make-ups on Friday morning from 9am-Nooon, but then the lab will be closed until Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013, which is week 3 of next term. (Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.)
have been cancelled. The Instructor broke her arm. There is a note from the Instructor in their MOODLE Announcement Forum.
One is for a LOFT CS 120 student and one is for a WALDEN PSY 201 student.
Notes are attached to the checkin computers
There are a few students who may request to take this written exam in the lab.
It’s in the 2nd file drawer. Most students will be taking the Final in class.
Please contact me and put the student’s contact info. in the Email that you send to the Instructor so that we can contact students when we get the exam…
It is in the top file drawer. The midterm was online.
The Instructor wrote the students’ names on the exams, so you will have to find their exam in the pile….
I put a class list in the third file drawer for us to use for filing the exams.
Remember to ask students which exam they need–all the make-ups are in the 2nd file drawer, (except Exam #1 for both classes, which was online).
Note: We have been filing the exams in the LEUNG folder (3rd drawer) so we don’t have to reach way back in the file drawer every time we need to file a test.
Please remember to file tests alphabetically and carefully check off the correct name on the class list.