Editing Building Successful Online Communities (Spring 2021)

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==== Final Projects: Consultant's Report ====
 
==== Final Projects: Consultant's Report ====
;Final Presentation Date: June 3, 2021 (11:59pm)
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;Final Presentation Date: June 1, 2021
 
;Paper Due Date: June 11 @ 11:59pm
 
;Paper Due Date: June 11 @ 11:59pm
 
;Maximum paper length: 4,500 words (~18 pages double spaced)
 
;Maximum paper length: 4,500 words (~18 pages double spaced)
 
;Deliverables:  
 
;Deliverables:  
:*Details on final presentations including due dates, instructions, and dropboxes are on [[/Final presentation]]  
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:*Details on final presentations including due dates, instructions, and dropboxes are on [[/Final presentation]] {{forthcoming}}
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1448701/assignments/6166060 in Canvas]
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1448701/assignments/6166060 in Canvas]
  
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Each project should include: (a) the description of the community you have identified (you are welcome to borrow from your Community Identification assignment), (b) a description of how you would use the course concepts to change and improve the community.
 
Each project should include: (a) the description of the community you have identified (you are welcome to borrow from your Community Identification assignment), (b) a description of how you would use the course concepts to change and improve the community.
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I will invite representative of client organizations that are interested to visit the final class to hear presentations. If clients cannot attend, I expect that students will give their presentation at another time after the final presentation that is convenient to the client organization.
  
 
Each report should include the description of the community you have identified (you are welcome to borrow from your Community Identification assignment), and a description of how you would use the course concepts to change and improve the community.
 
Each report should include the description of the community you have identified (you are welcome to borrow from your Community Identification assignment), and a description of how you would use the course concepts to change and improve the community.

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