Creative Commons

Students are also required to create a “course page” that has information about their class project and the article that they bring to class when it’s their turn to lead discussion. Here’s what your Creative Commons license -- published on your course page --  might look like: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 License.continue reading →

Powerpoint To HTML

Students in COM300 create a PPT presentation as part of their role as a discussion leader. This tutorial (part of the COM300 website) walks students through creating a basic powerpoint presentation and saving it as HTML. [HTML version required Winter 2007 only, not Spring.] In addition, students learn how to upload those files (FTP) to their University of Washington webserver.continue reading →

School’s Around The Corner

Fall term is right around the corner ... time for me to get back to work, here! First, we've launched a new website for the MCDM program - check it out! Second, here's a list of online retailers that provide academic pricing on hardware and software: Academic Superstore, Campus Tech, Creation Engine, Journey Education, School World and Technology Resource Center. Of course, some deals from the UW Bookstore can't be beat (like Adobe products).continue reading →