You may choose to read/watch/listen then respond to course-related materials. Your response should summarize the work and provide your own thoughtful response and analysis.
The form of your response may be:
- A written response of at least 750 words (written in Google Docs or Quip),
A well-crafted audio response (created and shared to Soundcloud),
A well-produced video response (created and shared to YouTube), or
A series of high-quality illustrations, with comments (created and shared to Tumblr).
You must demonstrate an accurate understanding of the work.
(Note some of these are free, some paid, and some are available on subscription services such as Netflix, Hulu, etc.)
You may submit no more that four items (up to two on or before March 2, and up to two on or before April 13). Each items is worth up to 5 points each, for a maximum potential of 20 points.
“If your New Year’s Resolution is Mobile…” (read the post & the four articles referenced within it)
The Typewriter (available on Hulu)
Print The Legend (available on Netflix)
Spark CBC: Moocs, Crowdsourcing, and Crisis Mapping
Spark CBC: The Art of the Workaround
If you’ve identified another relevant resource you’d prefer, let me know. I’ll consider it.