Assignments

This page is used primarily for links you will use in lab and only is guaranteed to be updated prior to Lecture. Please check the Schedule to be sure you are completing what is assigned for lecture (including the readings), as well as to see what is due in the upcoming weeks. 

NOTE: You will need to be signed in to Google Drive using your wisc.edu account to access the assignment materials.

Week 11

Week 10

Lecture

  • DUE: IS Audio Story
  • DUE: IS Original Photos (revised) – make sure to use the right Canvas folder
  • NOTE: Bring a laptop to lecture if possible and read through the assignment sheet for lab 1
  • NOTE: The Piktochart training is optional, but will be helpful for your IS ASFs

Lab 1

Lab 2

Coming Up…

  • IS ASFs
  • November 19: IS Social Promotion, Final Story and Final Site
    • Pro tip: Set your own deadlines to finish those three assignments so you aren’t scrambling at the last minute. Now is not the time to procrastinate.

Week 9

Lecture

Lab 1

Lab 2

Coming Up…

  • To keep track of all your upcoming deadlines, check out the new “List of Deadlines” tab on the course schedule

Week 8

Lecture:

Lab 1

Lab 2

  • IS Work Time

Coming Up…

Week 7

No in-person lecture this week:

Labs 1 and 2:

Coming Up…

Week 6

Lab 1:

Lab 2:

Coming Up Next Week:

Week 5

Lecture:

Lab 1:

Lab 2:

Coming Up Next Week:

Week 4

Lecture:

Lab 1:

Lab 2:

Coming Up Next Week:

Week 3

Lecture:

Lab 1:

Lab 2:

  • Savvy Citizen Quiz (due at the start of lab 2)
  • Rewrite Poor Story (work on at home, finish in lab 2)

Coming Up Next Week:

Week 2

Lecture:

Lab 1:

Lab 2:

Week 1

Introductory material to complete before coming to your first lab, which is Week 1, Lab 2 because of the start date for classes.

  1. Watch the Welcome to J202 video
  2. Read the Syllabus
  3. Read the Formatting assignments sheet
  4. Read the Understanding your grades sheet
  5. Read the Extra credit and professional practice sheets
  6. Fill out this About Me form
  7. Read the AP style tipsheet
  8. Do the WordPress training, accessible under the training tab above
  9. Read the Portfolio site assignment sheet and make note of the deadlines listed there
  10. Read the Media analysis assignment sheet
  11. Read the J202 Device policy
  12. Get started on the Grammar and style training
  13. Come prepared to sign this acknowledgement on the first day of lecture that you’ve done all this required preparation (don’t worry about printing it, as we’ll have copies for you)