Week 1: Jan. 18 to Jan. 24
Thank you for joining our first synchronous class session on Jan. 18. The session went well despite having to adjust to the BB Ultra interface.
Here is a quick summary of what was covered:
- Read Through the List of Topics (New Horizon Reports)
- Voted on Topics of Interest
- Identified the Top 3 to Focus On for the First Case Studies
- Reserved Topics 4-6 for Later Implementation
- Met in Breakout Rooms to Begin Preparing Case Study Proposals.
Here is what needs to be done:
By Wednesday, January 25:
- Your team’s PROPOSAL needs to be posted to the G+ Community Page
- Please make sure to post to the “Case studies proposals” section of the G+ community
- The instructional team (Dr. Bert and TAs) will select the first team to present their proposal during the February 1 class session
- A link to your MULTIMEDIA INTRODUCTION needs to be posted to the G+ Community Page
- Please make sure to post to the “Introductions” section of the G+ community
By Wednesday, February 1:
- For each team’s proposal (except your own) you will need to:
- Submit comments about your thoughts, feelings, and overall impressions
- Ask clarification questions
- Offer suggestions for improvement
Here is a look at what we have already done:
- Selected case study topics and teams
- Provided guidelines for preparing your case studies (http://go.hawaii.edu/jrU)
- Completed background surveys (http://go.hawaii.edu/qrj)
- Created LINE accounts and joined the course group [647e17sp]
- Configured Google Accounts
- You need to OPT-IN to access GOOGLE CONSUMER APPS from your @hawaii.edu account.
- After you opt-in, you will see the “app launcher” (a pop-up panel of Google Apps) located on the top right of your browser window (a 3×3 grid).
- If you are not sure how to go about this, see here: http://www.hawaii.edu/askus/1650
- Reviewed the course syllabus (and contacted the instructional team via LINE or the Google+ Community Page with any questions).
Here is what you need to be watching for:
Another e-mail will be sent out by Monday, January 23. This e-mail will identify items that need your attention for Week 2, which starts on January 25.