There will be no final exam for this course. Instead, we will end the semester with final projects. These will generally be projects of your own choosing, under advisement from me. I anticipate that these projects will primarily be an opportunity to follow-up on topics that we explored this semester, or to work through DGST modules or Domain of One's Own Curriculum modules that we did not do as a class. However, I am open to a variety of project types, provided that they do the following:
All work must be completed and submitted by Thursday, May 4, 8am.
Come up with a moderately detailed idea for your project and share it with me via a DM on Slack before class on Tuesday, April 25. This proposal should include the general idea of your topic, and some of the details you plan to work out. These details are not set in stone! New things will come up as you work. But I want to make sure you have thought through your process and have a workable plan to begin with.
I will reply as quickly as I can with either approval of your idea, questions about your proposal, or feedback on how to improve it. Be sure get final approval from me before you dive into your project too deeply, and by Friday, April 28, at the latest.
All of the following must be completed by May 4 at 8am.
I'm really looking forward to your final projects! You all have done some great work this semester, and I think these will be a wonderful culmination of that work. I've really enjoyed our time together this semester. Have a wonderful summer!