All assignments typed, double spaced please, to be submitted in hard copy, to Blackboard discussion forums, and to web pages. See assignment instruction sheets linked below.
|Attendance/Participation||Lose two points for each absence; lose one point for being unprepared for active participation (e.g. no assignment on due date)|
||5% Assigned agency annotated response
|Two Mini-Presentations and 1/2-1 page "brief" (5
points for presentation, 5 points for "brief")
||10% Three assignments, 5 points each
|Quizzes||20% Best 3 out of 4; multiple choice, T/F, short answer, as required (no make-ups)|
|BorderLinks Trip Report (2-3 pp)||10% If unable to attend, see Dr. K. for alternative field-based assignment (7-10 pp)|
|"Why Migration?" Country Poster||10% Team project powerpoint poster--for class presentation and display at Student Research Poster Session April 14.|
|Multimedia Ethnography for Crossing the Valley Project
Note: To qualify for an 'A' in this course you must receive at least a 'B' on this project; Cannot interview class members
|20% Web page based on your interview with an immigrant or refugee; plus observational and informational supplements, analysis (7-10 pages)|
|Open Letter to Valley residents
||5% Final letter (1-2 pp) reflecting on key
migration issues you've learned throughout our course. Highlight in
your letter one key reflective point that you would like to pose for
your readers to consider to develop a fuller, more complex
understanding of migration.
|Student Web Portfolio||10% Integrating all your assignments.