Summer Study 1995 - Monday, August 7
Breakfast (McMahon Residence Hall Cafeteria)
Welcome - Sheryl Burgstahler, Computing & Communications
- (Savery 243) Overview of program expectations and rules, Phase I, II, III description; What comes next?
Finding Your Rainbow - Graham Allan, Forestry and Chemical Engineering
- (Savery 243) Discuss how to develop your interests and create opportunities in fields that intrigue you.
- Develop a useful format for creating an electronic journal to track the development of your inventive ideas.
Let's DO-IT Together! - Elise Dallimore, Speech Communication
- (Savery 243) Discuss the advantages of working in groups as a learning strategy.
- Engage in some exercises that will hone your skills for future group work.
Lunch (Husky Den)
DO-IT With Computers - Dan Comden and Janis Funk, Technology
- (HUB 106B) An overview of how adaptive technology is useful for people who have disabilities and descriptions of the systems y'all are using.
- Be prepared to describe how your system works and how it helps you.
Internet Gems - Sheryl Burgstahler
- (HUB 106B) Discover where you fit into the Internet and how to make the best use of it.
- Take a peek at the UW and DO-IT World Wibe Web home pages.
Dinner (McMahon Residence Hall Cafeteria)
Treasure Hunt - (meet in McCarty Library)
- Join us for the greatest treasure hunt of all time!
- Even Sherlock Holmes would have his work cut out for him on this one.
All Scholars must be in McCarty Residence Hall
Dorm wind-down activities (videos, games, pool, etc.)
All Scholars must be in rooms at McCarty Residence Hall.