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;Maximum paper length: 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
;Maximum paper length: 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
;Deliverables:  
 
;Deliverables:  
:*Details on poster sessions including specific due dates, instructions, and dropboxes are on [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions]]
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:*Attend poster sessions to present poster; Turn in copy of poster in PDF form [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166698 through Canvas]
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166700 in Canvas]
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166700 in Canvas]
  
 
For your final project, I expect students to build on the community identification assignment to describe what they have done and what they have found. I'll expect every student to give both:
 
For your final project, I expect students to build on the community identification assignment to describe what they have done and what they have found. I'll expect every student to give both:
  
* A poster presentation (see instructions on  [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions]])
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* A short presentation to the class (5-6 minutes)
 
* A final report that is not more than 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
* A final report that is not more than 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
  
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=== March 2 (Monday): Instant Messaging, Group Chat, and Synchronous Communication ===
 
=== March 2 (Monday): Instant Messaging, Group Chat, and Synchronous Communication ===
  
'''Guest Lecturers:'''
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'''Resources:'''t
 
 
* [https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pranav_Malhotra Pranav Malhotra]
 
* [https://ckiene.org/ Charles Kiene]
 
 
 
'''Resources:'''
 
  
 
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62326466/download?download_frd=1 Week 9-1 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
 
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62326466/download?download_frd=1 Week 9-1 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
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=== March 4 (Wednesday): Interactions Between Communities ===
 
=== March 4 (Wednesday): Interactions Between Communities ===
  
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* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/61946294/download?download_frd=1 Week 7 Reading Note] (Requires UWs Access)
 
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* [ Lecture Slides] (Requires UW Access)
* [https://teblunthuis.cc/ Nathan TeBlunthuis]
 
 
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
 
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62393551/download?download_frd=1 Week 9-2 Reading Note] (Requires UWs Access)
 
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* [ Video Recording of Lecture & Case] (Requires UW access)
 
* [ Video Recording of Lecture & Case] (Requires UW access)
 
* [ Case Boards] (Requires UW Access)
 
* [ Case Boards] (Requires UW Access)
  
 
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'''Guest Lecture:''' [https://teblunthuis.cc/ Nathan TeBlunthuis]
  
 
''' Readings:'''
 
''' Readings:'''
* Zhu, Haiyi, Jilin Chen, Tara Matthews, Aditya Pal, Hernan Badenes, and Robert E. Kraut. 2014. “Selecting an Effective Niche: An Ecological View of the Success of Online Communities.” In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’14), 301–310. New York, New York: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557348. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557348}}
 
* [Case] Sharp, Nathan. 2019. “It’s Facebook Official, Dating Is Here.” About Facebook (blog). September 5, 2019. https://about.fb.com/news/2019/09/facebook-dating/.
 
* [Case] Information on other online dating services that existed before Facebook including:
 
** [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_online_dating_services Comparison of online data services] [Wikipedia]
 
** '''Match.com''' [[:wikipedia:Match.com|Match.com Wikipedia article]]; [https://www.match.com/help/aboutus.aspx?lid=4 About Match.com]
 
** '''Tinder''' — [[:wikipedia:Tinder (app)|Tinder]]; [https://blog.gotinder.com/?locale=en Tinder Blog]
 
** '''Hinge''' — [[:wikipedia:Hinge (app)|Hinge Wikipedia article]]; [https://hingeapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/360001659533-Getting-Started Hinge Getting Started FAQ]
 
** '''Grindr''' — [[:wikipedia:Grindr|Grindr Wikipedia article]]; [https://hingeapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/360001659533-Getting-Started Hinge Getting Started FAQ]
 
** '''OkCupid''' — [[:wikipedia:OkCupid|OkCupid Wikipedia article]]; [https://www.okcupid.com/about OkCupid About Page]
 
** '''JSwipe''' — [[:wikipedia:JSwipe|JSwipe Wikipedia article]]; [https://jswipeapp.com/ JSwipe website]
 
  
'''Optional Readings:'''
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* {{tbd}}
* Zhu, Haiyi, Robert E. Kraut, and Aniket Kittur. 2014. “The Impact of Membership Overlap on the Survival of Online Communities.” In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 281–290. CHI ’14. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557213. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557213}}
 
:'''Note:''' This is an alternate reading for the required reading by Zhu et al. (2014) above. If you've already the this one, you do ''not'' need to read this the required reading. If you have not read either, you should read the one above.
 
  
 
=== March 6 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== March 6 (Friday) Section ===
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'''No readings.''' The final classes will be devoted entirely to poster presentations in the MGH commons.
 
'''No readings.''' The final classes will be devoted entirely to poster presentations in the MGH commons.
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
* [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions|Details on the Poster sessions]] including due dates/times, instructions, and so on.
 
* The poster content should be an overview and preview of your final project. Details on the expectations for the final project are on [[Interpersonal_Media_(Winter_2020)#Final_Projects:_Critical_Analysis_of_Online_Community|the relevant section of the syllabus]].
 
  
 
=== March 11 (Wednesday): Final Poster Presentations ===
 
=== March 11 (Wednesday): Final Poster Presentations ===
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'''No readings.''' The final classes will be devoted entirely to presentations.
 
'''No readings.''' The final classes will be devoted entirely to presentations.
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
* [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions|Details on the Poster sessions]] including due dates/times, instructions, and so on.
 
* The poster content should be an overview and preview of your final project. Details on the expectations for the final project are on [[Interpersonal_Media_(Winter_2020)#Final_Projects:_Critical_Analysis_of_Online_Community|the relevant section of the syllabus]].
 
  
 
=== March 13 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== March 13 (Friday) Section ===

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