Thursday, week 8 (Oct. 15)

Today is Thursday of week 8 (Oct. 15).

Erm. That's it. I don't have any special news. Let's just keep trucking along!

Schedule for today

Drop-in tutorials

Drop in tutorial: 11am-12pm, open to all.

  • Option 1: reserve a spot on this Google appointment page
  • Option 2: "drop in" anytime, but you may have to wait a bit in the waiting room.

Both are for a Zoom meeting, using the Green Link on your respective Canvas SECRETS pages (or find the info in your Canvas Calendar).

HST137
  • Get your Discussion Comments in before 11.59pm tonight, and don't forget to collect your points by filling out the Declaration Quiz on Canvas. Everything you need to know is available on that link: how to comment, and four blogs randomly loaded from our fine selection of student posts.
  • Check out the Extra Credit tasks if you feel like picking up a few points.
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  • Get your Weekly Blog Post in by 11.59pm tonight, and collect your points by filling out the Declaration Quiz. Everything you need to know is at that link.
  • Check out the Extra Credit tasks if you feel like picking up a few points.
  • Unbelievable, but we're closing this week another big module of our Search for Modern China, so you can start thinking about how you'd like to demonstrate what you learned about the time period 1912 - 1937 (content week 6, 7, 8) for the third Show and Tell project. Feedback on project 2 will come soon.
  • Check out and provide feedback on the second Show and Tell projects, now up on the Week 8 schedule with a randomizer (I mean... how else?). Be a good sport and help your colleagues!
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  • As always you can continue the annotations of the texts and discussion with your classmates, but you can start thinking about your Weekly Blog Post, which is due on Friday.
  • Check out the Extra Credit tasks if you feel like picking up a few points.

Event: "Genocidal Medicine"

7-8.30pm, Please pre-register for this event by 4pm

Africana Studies and Office for Multicultural Life present the second event in their Fall 20 mini series "From the Ashes", "Genocidal Medicine: Black American Communities, Covid-19, and the Death Toll of Healthcare’s Systemic Anti-Blackness". Check out more details on the poster.

Fun stuff: Dog Philosopher

Tom Gauld on twitter

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