LBSC 690

ACTIVITIES

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Week 1 (August 30): Intro to Course and IT Basics

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Week 2 (Sept.6): Labor Day- No Class


  • Begin developing Web Portfolio Goal 1 and Read Concept Readings 1


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Week 3 (Sept.13): Images and Sound/ HCI, Users, and Digital Libraries

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Week 4 (Sept.20): Interactivity/ Digital Reference & Info Access


  • TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION 1c:


    Week 5 (Sept.27): Facilitated In-Class Work


    • Ask any final questions and Work on Web Portfolio Goal 1


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    Week 6 (Oct.4): Web Portfolio Presentations/ New Goal

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    Week 7 (Oct.11): Structured Content/ Social Computing


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    Week 8 (Oct.18): Blogging and Wikis /Social Issues of IT


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    Week 9 (Oct.25): Databases


    • Work on Web Portfolio Goal 2

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    Week 10 (Nov.1): Facilitated In-Class Work


    • Work on Web Portfolio Goal 2


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    Week 11 (Nov.8): Web Portfolio Presentations/Starting Final Projects


    • Web Portfolio Goal 2 DUE: Student Presentations

    • FINAL PROJECT:

      Throughout the semester we have been proposing solutions, new approaches, innovative design directions to problems that have been identified by the United Nation's Millennium Goals. You can choose among the remaining six UN Goals (see) to address. Use all of the technical skills you have learned over the semester to propose a prototype that addresses your chosen goal. This proposed prototype can be in the following technology areas (only 1 need be chosen): moble technologies, digital archives, an online tutorial, ecommerce, or another emerging technology that may have social implications in fighting or supporting these UN-identified challenges.

      (All final projects are due Monday, Dec.6, Week 15 at 11am!)

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    Week 12 (Nov.15): Final Project Work Session- User Workflow Sketches


    The class will use this time to develop user workflow sketches. Throughout the 3 hours questions will be answered, project development will occur, and feedback will be given on in-progress projects.

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    Week 13 (Nov.22): Final Project Work Session- First Draft Pages


    The class will use this time to discuss and further develop 1st draft pages. Throughout the 3 hours questions will be answered, project development will occur, and feedback will be given on in-progress projects.

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    Week 14 (Nov.29): Final Project Work Session- Presentation Prep


    The class will use this time to prepare for final presentations. Throughout the 3 hours questions will be answered, project development will occur, and feedback will be given on in-progress projects. There will be no lecture time, only hands-on lab work.

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    Week 15 (Dec.6): Final Project Presentations


    • ALL FINAL PROJECTS ARE DUE AT 11am.

    • PRESENTATIONS WILL START AT 1pm.

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