I know that it’s not even October yet, but my responsibilities as Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Dean of The Graduate School mean that I have to start planning early when I’m planning to teach. I’ll start revising the notes you’ll find on the Notes page before long, and I’ll post notices here when they’ve been revised, but right now I need help on something else.
I’m planning to teach the course this spring as an asynchronous, online offering. There are several technology options, including running this all in HuskyCT. I have my ideas about what I’d prefer, but what I really prefer is whatever it is that most students who will take the course will find most useful.
So, if you are planning to take the course, please follow this link to a Survey Monkey survey (or use the QR code on the right ) and let me know what you think. I’ll keep the survey open until the 11th of October, and I’ll provide more details about my plans then.
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