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N.B. Are you taking the Winter 2008 version of CCT370? If so, you're in the wrong place.
final edits must be completed by April11.
Make sure you read and follow the requirements for this assignment.
please adhere to the format
link all your contributions to their corresponding pages
respond to final reflection questions
your group work should not be included (can't be counted twice!)
Thats all folks...have a great summer
Welcome to the CCT 370 Class Wiki
This Wikispace evolves as content is posted relating to topics of interest in "Introduction to Computer Visualization", a course in the
Communication Culture and Information Technology
program offered jointly between
University of Toronto - Mississauga
Sheridan College Insititute of Technology and Advanced Learning
. It also serves as central meeting point for the course including projects, updates, scheduling, resources, announcements and any other material that informs and promotes class activities.
In the previous CCIT courses we have taught (as some of you already know), the wiki thrives through frequent and thoughtful contributions. First and foremost, this is
space to develop in a way that it benefits you and your colleagues in order to heighten your understanding of course concepts. Remember that wiki involves a collective responsibility; when content is posted, it is up to members to further develop the content. This means "your" writing, once posted, becomes public property and members are encouraged to edit and improve upon the original written work.
Debate, questioning, reflection and pushing the limits are all part of generating and maintaining a lively intellectual space. Frequent and thoughtful postings of visualization examples, topics, summaries, discussions, questions,feedback are good beginning points. Others have found that creating graphics and other media assets helps to build a sense of community.
Any further questions or comments can be directed to your co-instructors
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