|Course ID:||MIST 9720. 1.5 hours. Repeatable for maximum 15 hours credit. |
|Course Title:||MIS Workshop and Seminar|
|A weekly seminar/workshop is given for researchers and
practitioners to present completed or ongoing research or
application work. Pedagogy topics are also occasionally covered.
Students improve their skills in critical analysis through verbal
and written contributions.|
|Prerequisite:||Permission of department|
|Offered fall and spring semester every year. |
|Grading System:||A-F (Traditional)|
1. To make students aware of current research, as well as
current issues in teaching and practice.
2. To give students practice in critically reviewing academic
Various topics related primarily to academic research, but also
to teaching and practice, will be presented in a weekly workshop
format. Expectations of students will vary, but typically a
critical analysis of each week's presentation, and my involve
students presenting their own completed or ongoing work.
|Honor Code Reference:|
Except where specified, all projects/assignments in this course
are individual projects/assignments. This means that students
are not to collaborate in any way with other people to complete
their project/assignments. It is acceptable to ask other people
for instructional help, but the actual project/assignment must be
entirely the student's own individual work. Collaborative
efforts on individual work are violations of academic honesty,
and will be treated as such with actions such as referral to the
appropriate university body, a failing status for the
project/assignment and/or course, etc. Please refer to the
University's academic honesty policy for more details.
Additionally, it is expected that all data sources, formulae,
benchmarks referenced, quoted materials, findings from previous
studies (including the student's own previous work), and all
other citable components of submitted reports, manuscripts,
presentations or other work will cite the appropriate references.
Failure to do so will be treated as a violation of academic
honesty, and will be subject to such actions as those mentioned