Week 10, Wednesday: April 14

If you have not yet logged into Workday Student, please do so and check it out! Apparently many of you (generic "you students", not specific "you in my classes") haven't done that yet, and it will be useful to know the new environment when it comes to registration. Speed can make a difference - and you want to clear in advance any possible blocks that prevent you from registering for your chosen courses!

Schedule for today

2-3 PM: Get Stuff Done Club: drop by with any questions you have, or just to say hi to me or other students in my courses. This is the equivalent of office hours/drop-in tutorials, your exclusive access to me. No appointment needed. Breakout rooms available, including quiet study space!

For HST271, our DLA Rachel will be available to help you with all your technical queries.

  • Catch up on the materials for tomorrow, then we can discuss anything you like in the zoom session, and you can write about what catches your attention most in your blog post. As always all the details are on the webpage for week 10.
  • Remember that you can ask questions in multiple locations: post on the TypePad, post in the Google chat room, or bring them to the Zoom on Thursday.
  • If you want quiet writing time and some company, I can meet you in the Zoom room 9.00am-11.00am. I will be sitting down with my project anyway. Save up questions and queries for the GSD Club in the afternoon, or on Thursday, or via email.

Activities for Muhlenberg Students

5-6PM: History Club meets! (email me for a link to the zoom session)

Encouragement for writers

From the one and only Grant Snider, perhaps some encouragement for the writers in HST471?

All I need to write: a Comic with various things a writer needs to write, in order as one reads the comic (and illustrated): A room with a view, no other worrk to do, a childproof lock, a ticking clock, natural right, a chair that fits just right, new paper and pens, some animal friends, the right phase of the moon, ambient tunes, a new world of my creation, or internal motivation...
Grant Snider, Incidental Comics

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *