January 10, 1995
Saletown Scopelem Scopetown
And here are the times the groups will be meeting:
10:00 1:00 2:30 January 10 Saletown Scopelem Scopetown January 12 Scopelem Scopetown Saletown January 17 Scopetown Saletown Scopelem January 19 Saletown Scopelem Scopetown January 24 Scopelem Scopetown Saletown January 26 Scopetown Saletown Scopelem January 31 Saletown Scopelem Scopetown February 2 Scopelem Scopetown Saletown February 7 Scopetown Saletown ScopelemEach of these time slots will be focused on one discipline: that is, the 10:00 meetings will all be centered around sociology, the 1:00 meetings around religious studies, and the 2:30 ones around language and literature. (The 2:30 meetings might, on individual bases, be moved to 8:30, if people in the individual seminars want to do that). Keep this schedule handy, so you'll know when you have a seminar schedule. We'll also have one posted on the bulletin board in EC 120, and there'll be a WordPerfect copy in directory P: in the computer network, called SCHEDULE.W95.
After the week of February 7, we'll be using the independent reading reports as a basis for evolving some new foci of interest, and deciding who'll work on what. There'll be more specific descriptions of how that will all happen later, but right now we should make it clear that, in outline, the schedule will work like this:
January 19 4:00 Business meeting January 31 8:00 Last reading log deadline February 2 4:00 Business meeting February 3 5:00 Email suggestions for feasibility study groups due February 7 4:00 Feasibility study groups set up February 16 Recommendations for focus topics in February 21 Decision on foci February 23 4:00 Business meeting March 2 Statements of undertaking presented to focus groups March 5-11 Spring break March 14 8:30 Full class meeting March 21-23 Interim reports exchanged and responded to Marcy 23 4:00 Business meeting March 28 Final planning for Chautauqua March 30 Chautauqua April 11 Edited final reports due (last day of class) April 21 Colleague acknowledgements and program evaluations due