IS2225: Course Schedule

This syllabus will change as the semester unfolds. Print at your own peril.


5/7/18

  • ALL OUTSTANDING GREENLIGHT ASSIGNMENTS DUE by 9pm. NO WIGGLE ROOM.
  • Take-Home Portion of Final Exam (due to your ePort and our spreadsheet by 4pm today): Write an essay (not a bullet list of answers to these questions) summarizing your learning in this course. Be sure to cover the following points:
    • What did you think this course would be like?
    • What did you think the definition of “interdisciplinarity” was before taking this course?
    • How did your understanding of IDS change over the course of the semester, and how would you define it now?
    • Go back through the course and documents and readings, and explore how 3 or 4 of the ideas/concepts/terms/issues we covered relate to your own IDS program and plans. You may, if you wish, also discuss the pedagogy of the course (open education, OER, publishing to the web, connected learning, etc.)
    • Why does interdisciplinarity matter to universities?  Why does it matter to the world?
    • What are your hopes for your future?
    • What are your hopes for the future of IDS, at PSU and beyond?
    • Add hyperlinks and images to your post to increase its appeal and impact.
  • IN CLASS: Conversation with Regional Work-Based Learning Director
  • IN CLASS: Exam Peer Feedback, Social Media Buttons fix, Hypothesis Assessments, Forced Choices,  Course Evaluations

Final Exam is Monday, May 14th, 6:30-9pm

Please plan to attend the End-of-Semester Celebration on Tuesday, May 15th from 5-7:30pm in Frost House.

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Group A

Emily S

Alicia

Mac

Izzy

Becca

Jerica

Tim

Ashley

Katelyn

Vincent

DeAndre

Steph

Katherine

Abigail

Tessaleigh

Ryan

Amanda

Group B

Erica

Kyle

Kieran

Casey

Jacob

Ryan

Joe

David

Brenna

Haley

Victor

Emily B

Kelsey

Nicole

Alyssa

Jane

Justin

Victoria

Brianna

Hayleigh

Taylor

Jared

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