Deadline for these smaller assignments: Tuesday September 10, 6pm
- Weekly Reflection on your website (category HST269) or in your google drive folder.
- Google drive users: check the set-up below, and please add your name to the document. This makes it much easier to keep track of who’s piece we’re reading. Thanks!
- Google form for map and timeline points for class on Fri. Aug. 30
- Google form for map and timeline points for class on Wed. Sept. 4
- Google form for map and timeline points for class on Fri. Sept. 6
- Triangle-square-circle exit ticket (Wed. Sept. 4): if you didn’t handed it in on Friday (or shared electronically), please share the document, or e-mail a photo.
- In-class assignment on the Zhou dynasty bronze inscriptions. You can submit one document for your group, e-mail a photo, scan, or share electronically.
If you have a google folder, please check it’s set up in this way. This will make things easier to share in future, as you start looking at each other’s work.
- Create a folder, not just an individual document to share.
- Select the folder in your drive, and click in the top right corner on the share icon.
- In the top left corner of the pop-up window, click on “Get shareable link”
- Change the setting to “Anyone at Muhlenberg College with this link can edit.
- You all have to promise not to wreak havoc in somebody else’s files, but in case you accidentally do, reverting to a previous version is possible.
- Because the link is only visible through the Canvas page for the participants in this course, you don’t have to worry about people outside our class seeing your work.
- If you haven’t shared the link on the Canvas page yet, click “copy link”, then go to the Canvas page and add the link to your folder.
Declaration: Read this carefully, then go to Canvas and fill out the quiz (true/false)
- I have written my weekly reflection, on the content of the readings and/or class discussions.
- My blog post is added to the category HST269 OR my google doc includes my name, and I have set up the folder to be shared and accept comments.
- I have participated in a group or have done my own analysis of the Zhou dynasty bronze inscriptions and submitted it via e-mail.
- My name is somewhere on the document I submitted with the analysis.
- Note: in question 2, you can specify on which aspect(s) of your weekly reflection you want feedback.