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Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 22:18:31 -0800 (PST) From: Economic Geography
To: Economic Geography Subject: Geog.450 / Last Rites Greetings: (to be read after the weekend) Here are the options for the finals. Let me know whether this schedule agrees with your needs and wishes. G.K. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Option I: Last day of class, 12:30-2:30 (closed and open-notebook) (Only open to students who have attended class ("relatively") regularly) Option II: Last day of class, 12-30-1:00 (closed-book) + Take-Home, due: day of regularly scheduled examination (at noon) Option III: Day and time of regularly scheduled examination (closed and open notebook, 2 hours)
"notebook" means just that, i.e. no regular books You will be able to make a decision which option to select at 12:30 on the last day of class (at the latest). You should NOT select option #1 unless you had sufficient time for preparations. Option #3 will involve new and different examination questions. All options will involve (among others) questions related to your project(s). G.K.
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 1996 21:46:10 -0800 (PST) From: Falk-Wulf Richter
To: krumme econgeog Subject: Alonso chapter 4 Professor Krumme: You asked for suggestions and I had one thought concerning chapter 4 of Alonso's Location and Land Use: I found it rather confusing to work through this class-reading for the first time without having the first 3 chapter available, especially as Alonso uses some variables which are defined in chapter 2 but not in chapter 4. In addition, Alonso refers in chapter 4 to other parts of his book. Holding the whole book in hands made it much easier to follow Alonso's (mostly not very complicated) train of thought. I would like to suggest you to recommend your students to have a look at the book, and I think it would be helpful if you could provide them with the definition of the variables used in chapter 4. Thanks and best regards, Falk
From firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Oct 22 14:40:19 1996 Date: Sun, 20 Oct 1996 12:54:44 -0700 (PDT) From: Economic Geography
To: "Geography 450/1996 -- B. Sabiers" , Craig Holmes , Deborah J Winters , Falk-Wulf Richter , "H. Jones" , John Grayson , Ka Ming Angela Leung , "J. Parish" , Michael Brian Mitton , Edle Hatletveit Subject: http://faculty.washington.edu/krumme/450/collab96.html Greetings: Have another look at our "collaboration page". I made a few changes and added some pointers for your projects. Let me know a.s.a.p. if I connected you incorrectly, your home-page status has changed or if I misinterpreted your interests. Most of the seed pages come from: http://faculty.washington.edu/krumme/resources/resources.html See you Monday in class. G.K. P.S. Class members whose collaboration partners, once identified, are unable to complete the class or become non-communicative for extended periods of time will NOT be accountable for (non-)collaboration!
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