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University of Washington

Geography 207

Collaborative Group Projects

(http://faculty.washington.edu/krumme/207/99/project.html)

WEEK & DUE DATE PROJECT TASK GUIDELINES YOUR "URL" FOR WEB
Week #1 (Jan 7) Your Introduction faculty.washington.edu/krumme/207/outline2.html#email yourlogin/207/intro
Tranfer your Email "Introduction" as a text file named "intro" to your "207" subdirectory.
Week #2 (Jan 14) Suggest a book chapter, article or other document for review faculty.washington.edu/krumme/guides/dreview.html yourlogin/207/review
Type the title of your selected review document and its precise source (citation) into a text file named "review" in your "207" subdirectory.
Week#3 (Jan 21) Document Review faculty.washington.edu/krumme/guides/dreview.html yourlogin/207/review.html
Week#4 (Jan 28) Statement of Project Interests: Circumscribe the field from which you want to draw insights in your role as a "consultant in economic & business geography". A (at least) 1/2 - 1 page statement which should go beyond what you have already covered in your review. It should also make use of at least three references to the literature, at least one of which should be an academic source. Please proofread it thoroughly and then post it on your Webpage yourlogin/207/myfield.html
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End of Bootcamp!
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Week#5 (Feb 4) Formation of Groups faculty.washington.edu/krumme/207/plans99.html
Due: List of Group Members with Email
address and Webpage (URL clickable)
yourlogin/207/mygroup.html
Week#7 (Feb 18) Due: Consulting Strategy (Proposal) Proposal should include: Cover page; Strategy statements; A Draft Resource Page yourlogin/207/strategy.html
Week#9 (March 4) All Project Pages should be posted Suggestions & Guidelines for Web Presentation yourlogin/207/group_project.html
Cover page for Group Project
Week10 (March 9/10/11) Presentations Suggestions & Guidelines for In-Class Presentations yourlogin/207/group_project.html
Cover page for Group Project


15 GROUPS & GROUP THEMES:

(http://faculty.washington.edu/krumme/207/project207/index.html#groups)

  1. Global Business

  2. Global Development & Finance

  3. Tourism & Travel

  4. Information & Communication

  5. Telecommunications & the Internet

  1. Non-Profits & NGOs

  2. Mergers & Plant Closures

  3. HighTech Reg Devlpmt

  4. Labor, Jobs & Careers

  5. Business Geographics & Marketing

  1. Consumption Behaviors

  2. Urban Public Facilities

  3. Economic Handicaps

  4. Telework & Telecommuting

  5. Environmental Challenges



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