Portfolio Advisor Log

Portfolio students are required to meet weekly with a faculty mentor as part of preparing their portfolio for graduation. Students are responsible for arranging meeting times. Advisors and students should also be aware that mentorship by the faculty member is voluntary. Students should make every effort to arrive on time, prepared, to make the best use of the meeting time. Meeting length is at the advisor’s discretion, but should try to stick to a 30 minute to 1 hour length.

Use this log: portfolio-advising-log to record meeting date, details, and action items identified for next meeting. Logs will be checked at midterm and at week 10 and will factor as part of midterm and final grades.

Grading

  • Midterm: 100pts, Participation
  • Final: 100pts, Participation

Capstone et. al. Advisor Log

Capstone students are required to meet weekly with a faculty mentor as part of their Capstone research and production. Students are responsible for arranging meeting times. Advisors and students should also be aware that mentorship by the faculty member is voluntary. Students should make every effort to arrive on time, prepared, to make the best use of the meeting time. Meeting length is at the advisor’s discretion, but should try to stick to a 30 minute to 1 hour length.

Use this log: capstone-advising-log to record meeting date, details, and action items identified for next meeting. Logs will be checked at midterm and at week 10 and will factor as part of midterm and final grades.

Grading

  • Midterm: 100pts, Participation
  • Final: 100pts, Participation

Got Skillz? Another Introduction

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As mentioned in the syllabus and, like Creative Juice, are¬†activities designed for you to practice, enhance, and challenge your mad web building skillz. In most cases, but not all, these activities relate to what is covered in class or in assigned readings. The goal in all this is have a place to play and experiment–which is best way to learn how to do this stuff. View article

Squeezing Creative Juices: An Introduction

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As mentioned in the syllabus, Creative Juice is a collection of creative activities. Each one is an opportunity to stretch and practice your creative muscles by exploring design problems. Challenges range from graphic design oriented (ex: typography, color, layout) to new ways to find inspiration in the world around us. Creative Juice activities may be completed more than once. There is also no right or wrong way do do things. Your best bet for success is to approach the activities with a mind open for new ideas and a willingness to fail spectacularly. View article

Project Blog URL

Description

Create and utilize an online blog to document progress and inspiration on your senior project: including documents, research, ideas, and experimentation–all related to your senior project. The blog can be self-hosted or an account on one of the free blog services. Whichever setup you go for (self hosted or not), your senior project blog should remain separate from any other blogs you already maintain. Include a link to your blog from your current student portal site.

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