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c o u r s e  s c h e d u l e
fall quarter 2019

{NOTE: class schedule subject to adjustments:: check back for updates}

week 1-A ( 9/9 )
intro 

Course Introduction
Instructor introduction/overview
Student Introductions
Intro to research methods/outcomes/dissemination

 
week 1-B (9/11)
PLATFORM


Research ethics/management
links: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Colorado's Cold War
sponsored research 1, 2, 3, 4

review
> Ethics of Emerging Technologies

> the Credo Company

> research thread:
Declaration of Helsinki
Human subject research

week 2-A (9/16)
PLATFORM

Thesis statements/proposals/influences
Research advisor and committee selection

> research thread:
research investigation outlines

week 2-B (9/18)
RESOURCES
DU/institutional resources - scheduled individual meetings


review
> Anderson Academic Commons Research Help
> individual appointments
Anderson Academic Commons Research help,
writing center,
Peggy Keeran (pkeeran@du.edu) Research Librarian
week 3A (9/23)
INVENTORY
Survey as ground for observations/collecting 1
research proposal sturcture
Thesis statement review
read
> Parikka, pgs 1-40
> Eco, pgs. 5-22

Thesis statements - 5 versions

week 3-B (9/25)
INVENTORY
Project pre-histories
Dead media
Re-mediation
Survey as ground for observations/collecting 2

read
> Parikka, pgs 41-89
> Krakauer, Intro- pg. 25

> research thread:
dead media
re-mediation


week 4-A (9/30)
think
Materials & methods
Observation
Mapping/timelines
read
> Parikka, pgs 90-135
> Eco, pgs. 26-44
> research thread: mindmaps
week 4-B (10/2)
INVENTORY/PRESENT
Present 1 - Roundtable
Presentation of maps and timelines- focus on idea flow, scope & timeline of research
project links to cohort
week 5-A (10/7)
PRESENT
  
Present 1>2 - Cohort research abstracts/influences and maps of priniciple works, research flow
> research thread:
data mining
data visualization
week 5-B (10/9)
PRESENT
  
Present >/2 -Cohort research abstracts/influences and maps of priniciple works, research flow
Research advisor and committee selection due

read
> Eco, pgs. 45-62
> research thread:
technoculture research institutions

week 6-A (10/14)
PRESENT

Essay#1 (1500 word minimum, w/ media support)
Discuss your research focus and its' context of prehistories and imaginary media.

read
> Parikka, pgs 136-167
> Krakauer, 117-149
week 6-B (10/16)
IMETHODS
Data mining, processing &  analysis read
> Krakauer, 173-203
week 7-A (10/21)
METHODS

Essay#2 (1500 word minimum, w/ media support)
Discuss the qualities/properties of complexity and emergence that compose & may potentially be an outcome of your research focus.

read
> Eco, pgs. 145-183
> research thread:
complexity & emergence
week 7-B (10/23)
METHODS

Data sensoria
Coding & transcoding

read
> Krakauer, 205-231
week 8-A (10/28)
PRESENT

Data visualization
Essay#3 (1500 word minimum, w/ media support)
Discuss the approach to methods ( especially simulation & visualization) you use or will be using with respect to your research focus.

read
> Eco, pgs. 186-225
week 8-B (10/31)
PRESENT
Dissemination 1 > research thread:
publishing, distribtution,
emerging media practices
week 9-A (11/4)
METHODS
Dissemination 2
Essay#4 (1500 word minimum, w/ media support)
Discuss your means of dissemination with respect to your research focus.
read
> Krakauer, 289-297
week 9-B (11/6)
PREP
RESEARCH & FINAL EDIT DAY internal critique
week 10-A (11/11)
PRESENT/CRIT
Final Project Presentation/Proposal Critique  
week 10-B (11/13)
PRESENT /CRIT
FINAL MEETING

- Final Project Presentation/Proposal Critique

- in class video of presentations as needed

 

FINAL DELIVERABLES
Final presentation
Monday 11/18
1PM - 2:50PM


Final Deliverables
Final submission of work will include the following online/materials available from your established Research Blog:

  • Submission of Final Project Proposals as a downloadable .zip archive.
  • A personal Artist's/Scholar’s Statement – as an overview of your creative philosophy
  • Artist's/ Scholar’s CV summarizing past works, involvement or identity.
  • All written materials and blog updates for EDPX 5700 by 5PM
  • All final materials to your Research Committee ( support video by 11/20)