If you have any last minute questions concerning syllabus I’ll have my door open for office hours on Thursday Dec. 6th and Monday Dec. 10th from 10-12. Office 4361 in Forskningsparken.
Remember that there's no lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 14th. You could spend the day working on your RPs, which are due on Nov. 16th. - Lykke til!
A binder with syllabus, teaching plan, the assignments, a suggestion on how to structure your RP, and the course readings (except the book) is available at the IFI library.
Some of you have requested fewer readings for each class - please see "Syllabus/achievement requirements" (this page) for updated reading list.
Remember to read and consider the departmental guidelines for written assignments.
Gisle Hannemyr is lecturing on Internet Research Oct 17th.
- Observation 1 to be submitted September 12th
- Interview 1 to be submitted September 19th
- Observation 2 to be submitted September 26th
- First draft of your research proposal to be submitted October 3rd (minimum 4 pages, max 10 pages)
- Interview 2 to be submitted October 10th
- Revised research proposal to be submitted October 24th (minimum 7 pages, max 15 pages)
- Final research proposal to be submitted November 16th (The FINAL submitted proposals are not to exceed 15 pages (+/- 2) including table of content and biography (excl. appendix). The research proposals should be set in Times New Roman 12, 1.5 spacing)
- Presentation of your research proposals on November 21st and 28th
- Exam – takes place on December 12th
On Wednesday, September 26th, we are watching the movie “Kitchen Stories” (Bent Hamer). Questions to reflect upon will be handed out in class. Office hours are canceled due to my attendance at a conference. Have a joyful day.
Welcome to INF5220. At the first lecture you’ll get an intro to the course and at 14:50 Knut Hegna, Senior academic librarian, gives a lecture on “How does an article take form? – approaching a topic, searching for sources”. Time: 14:15 – 16:15 // Place: 3A, the IFI-building