All ICS-sponsored events have been cancelled through the remainder of the semester.
- This includes all Friday Colloquia, Brain Awareness Week activities, and our annual Fiesta Poster celebration.
Colloquia & Special Events:
- All remaining colloquia are cancelled through the remainder of the semester. The end-of-year Fiesta Poster gathering is also cancelled.
- Brain Awareness Week - all events are cancelled.
- Were you scheduled to go on any ICS-supported travel, either through our student travel award program or as part of your grant-funded research?
- Please contact Jean Bowen (Jean.Bowen@colorado.edu) or Alan Dale (Alan.Dale@colorado.edu) for help cancelling your tickets and reservations.
ICS Courses Moving Online:
o Course is cross listed as: PHIL 3310, CSCI 3702, LING 3005, PSYC 3005
o Friday office hours: usual times (except 3/13), held via Zoom.
o Tuesday morning office hours are cancelled.
o No Thursday morning face to face classes. However Prof. Carston will record and distribute Zoom lectures.
o Online submission or viewing of:
weekly quizzes, papers, peer feedback, etc. online
access to the readings online
watch Dr. Mike Eisenberg's weekly lectures online
o Online real time discussions may occur during the normal Thursday meeting times
o The TA Thursday morning office hours are now via Zoom.
o Course Cross listed as: CSCI 6402, EDUC 6504, LING 6200, PHIL 6310, and PSYC 6200
o Each week’s contact time will consist of one recorded lecture, an on-line discussion on Canvas, and a group discussion meeting held on Zoom.
This format replaces the original format of two in-person lectures per week.
A weekly lecture will be recorded on Zoom and uploaded to the course Canvas page by Monday at 9pm of each week.
-Students will be instructed to watch the lecture by Wednesday 9am.
After each recorded lecture is made available on Canvas, it will be accompanied by an online Discussion in Canvas.
-Students will post questions and comments related to the lecture and to the accompanying reading assignment.
-Students can reply to each other.
-The Professor will also reply to selected posts.
Discussion Meeting (Thursdays, 11am — 12:15pm).
Each week, in the timeslot for the regular class meetings, students and professor will meet in a Zoom meeting for a spoken discussion of the topic of the week.
o Coffeehouse discussion groups
These meetings will continue, however, students are no longer required to meet in person.
They may now meet via Zoom, if they prefer.
o Course is cross listed as: PSYC 7415/7425, LING 7415/7425, PHIL 7415/7425, EDUC 6506/6516, CSCI 7412/74220.
The class is meeting at the same day and time over zoom for now.
o Course is cross listed as: PSYC 7775, LING 7775, CSCI 7772, EDUC 7775, SLHS 7775, PHIL 7810
o Required minimum number of talks: Prof. D'Mello is developing plans to make sure that students will be able to participate in the required minimum number of talks, which may include offering students a special talk or two over zoom.
o Keep checking email frequently: Prof. D'Mello is communicating with all class participants on an ongoing basis