Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Schedule for rest of semester

Monday, April 14 -- We'll take the in-class version of the test, with textbooks and notes allowed, and finish up our discussion of "Tipping Point." If you haven't told me the topic of your case study, it's due on this date.

Tuesday, April 15 -- Last day to buy a banquet ticket (it's on April 19) for $15, from either the 1st or 2nd floor journalism offices.

Wednesday, April 16 -- This is a research day, so we won't meet in person.

Friday, April 18 -- 9:45 a.m. to 10:30 is the meeting with MarketWave VP Susan Yost with PR students. We'll meet in the Mayborn office.

Saturday, April 19 -- NABJ new media boot camp (day) and department's journalism banquet (evening).

Monday, April 21 -- Wikipedia assignment is due, and we'll have a wrap-up day for helping with your case studies.

Wednesday, April 23 -- I hope to have a classroom speaker on this date.

Monday, April 28 -- I hope to have classroom speaker on this date.

Wednesday, April 30 -- Class presentations will start on this date.

Finals week meeting -- TBA

A link to one professor's remedy for necessary historical knowledge and information overload, which I think is pertinent for our discussion of ethics and the usefulness of case studies (which are themselves histories):