Lecture: 32-123, MW10am-11am (not every week - see calendar)
Recitation: 32-044, TR @ an hour scheduled through this website
Sign up for your chalk talk paper by adding your kerberos to the appropriate section on your TA's wiki page (certificates required). First come first served. If you do not claim a paper beforehand, you run the risk that someone else will also do the same and do the same paper (there is a penalty for that).
The list of papers and links to a PDF download are available here.
If you are in a recitation: if you drop 6.UAT, let Tony know; if you miss R1+R2 (and we don't hear from you), we'll assume you dropped.
Can't make any open recitation? Then (1)add your name to the clearinghouse and (2) temporarily attend any section that fits your schedule. If you are not officially in a section by Week 3, you may have to defer 6.UAT.
This website is being prepared for the new semester. This course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students; for the former, this is best taken in the sophomore spring or junior year (prerequisites are some technical coursework and some technical project under your belt) so that you have time to apply what you've learned in your coursework. The course will (1) encourage you to think about effective oral technical communication, and (2) equip you with communication skills necessary to succeed in a professional technical academic/industry setting. The course provides opportunities to practice your skills and mechanisms for feedback to strengthen them.