--All documents should be double-spaced in a readable font (e.g., Times New Roman 12 pt or something similar)
--Critiques/reviews should be emailed to email@example.com; files MUST be labeled with your last name (e.g., “Smith critique.doc”—NOT just “critique.doc”).
--If a pdf is available of the article you’ve critiqued, send it along with your critique/review.
--Make sure a full citation of the article you’ve read is included in the critique and make sure your name appears within the document itself
For term papers/project reports
--In terms of format, choose a journal that would be appropriate for the type of paper you’ve written (e.g., if your project was a behavioral study of ant foraging, you could conceivably send it to the Journal of Insect Behavior; if your project was an examination of the relationship between temperature and onset of migration of black cutworms, you could send it to Environmental Entomology). If you have any questions about a suitable journal, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
--Make sure your name appears somewhere within the project report.
Lecture is in 156 Henry Administration Bldg 12:00-12:50 MWF.
You will need to be able to view PowerPoint presentations on your computer in order to view the lecture notes for this class. All lecture ppts will be uploaded to Compass 2g before each class.
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This page was last updated on August 22, 2014.