This is a "DO" course:
"Labs" are grading sessions! Your group will BRING + demo:
• working code your group wrote; or
• a working electronic circuit that you built ; or
• a mechanical system you built; or
• measurements and scientific results; or
• improvements to your project from previous lab!
Steps to decide on a project:
1. OBSERVE topics raised in the first few course lectures;
2. Think of a related project you can DEFINITELY DO which is FUN for you;
3. DISCUSS with, Steve or Max or Jackson;
4. Get started and TRY something!
You may switch projects later, or do different projects each week!
We expect weekly progress:
High marks for something small that works well; Less marks for something
grandiose that works unreliably or has poor connection to course material.
Ryan: explanation ...
The opposite of hypocrisy is integrity.
[Lucaites, Condit, and Caudill, 1999, p92]
In this sense, surveillance often lacks integrity, and this lack of
integrity invites corruption.