Geog.207 - Executive Summary
GEOGRAPHY 207 (WINTER
Economic and Business Geography
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- To see the Class Syllabus, click here
- To see the Course Outline, By Week, with
Readings and other Resources click here
- To see the Class Calendar (with Due Dates and Tests),
- Texts: (
University Book Store)
- Brian Goodall. Dictionary of Human Geography. Penguin Paperback.
- Michael J. Healey and Brian W. Ilberry. Location and Change:
Perspectives on Economic Geography. Oxford University Press. 1990 (Paperback)
- Other Books (On Reserve, OUGL)
- Needed: Common sense and
strong interests in Geography & Economics
- Required: Regular attendance: T/Th 11:30 - 1:20; 101 Thompson
- Instructors: Gunter Krumme and Carlos Tovares; <econgeog@u>
- Office Hours (Krumme, Smith 416B, Tel.: 543-9089):
- Mondays__ 10-11;
- Tuesday__ 1:30-2:30;
- Office Hours (Tovares, Smith 430): Mo 9-10am; We 1-2pm
- Absences from Tuesday or Thursday class meetings (or any part
of them): need to be made up : Please scout for the best class notes
and check with us for accuracy. We would like to see your class notes and
your notes from readings for any missed time. Remember, every 2 hour
meeting represents 5% of total class time for the quarter. Attendance
will be recorded for both the first and the second hour of each class
- Evaluation and Grades
- 40%: In-Class Examination
- 4 x 1/2 hour (closed-book) tests (one every two weeks)
- Final Examination (open-notebook) 20%
- 40%: Your Project
- Collaborative Course Proposal ("Joint Exercise") 20%
- Paper, Plan or Report/Journal 20%
- 20%: Other Exercises & Assignments, Attendance,
- There will be a few opportunities to earn extra-credits ("Bonus").
- The Mini-Midterms cannot be made up (There will be 5 tests, only your
four best ones will count). The Final Examination cannot be taken before
the officially scheduled time.
- E-Mail Account: Required by second week. Please send us your
first e-mail message in which you tell us everything you feel we ought to
know about your background and interests (so that we can serve you
better). Please check your email-box regularly (at least twice a week).
- UWIN and Internet Access (Lynx or Netscape): Ability to access
UWIN and either "LYNX" or Netscape is required by the
end of Monday's first Lab Session (January 8). No exceptions.
(You can access LYNX via UWIN and then "INTERNET RESOURCES" or via "S" on
the Unix Menu which also includes "U" for Uwin and "E" for E-Mail).
E-Mail Machines (also for UWIN and LYNX) are readily available in Smith 411
("Lynx in Lounge"). Netscape will be available in the OUGL Lab.
Getty's Reminder: "The meek shall inherit the earth, but not its mineral
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