Welcome MP520 Mission in Contemporary Culture

Hi everyone, we are really excited to have you in class this quarter and look forward to the next ten weeks together. This is the class blog where I will post announcements, resources, and other things from class. Be sure to check back here at least a couple times a week. You will also find your classmate’s blog links to the right of this post in the sidebar.

As a first order of business you may want to Download the syllabus here.Second, I wanted to give some reminders about your blogs.

Second, if you haven’t set up your blog, you need to do that now. Follow the step-by-step instructions here. Next you need to email me the URL for your blog. It will look something like http://YOURNAME.wordpress.com.

Third, in terms of assignments please read the syllabus carefully, everything you need to know is there. You need to post one reflection (50 words) per class period, on the day of that class (by 12am that night). The rest of your assignments (classmate response – 100 words and reading responses – 75 words per reading selection) are do on Mondays before class time. I don’t accept late blog posts.

Finally, if you have any special name requests or how you do or don’t want your name displayed on the blog let me know.

Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.


1 Response to “Welcome MP520 Mission in Contemporary Culture”

  1. 1 Chris Gandy January 12, 2008 at 1:23 pm

    Hello Professor Bolger,
    I am sending this to you because for whatever reason I do not think that the TA (Wess Daniels) is receiving my e-mails (I requested a read receipt and nothing has come back).
    I do have a blog, it is http://www.gandymusings.blogspot.com/.
    My name is Chris Gandy and I am in MP520.

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