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Evolving Systems Course

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Evolving Systems Course: PGnotes1

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Making Sense of Ourselves in an Evolving Universe


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Evolving Systems course: Checklist


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Evolving Systems course: Instructions for Preparing Your Final Portfolio

In this portfolio, due by 12:30 on Friday, December 17,  we are asking you to collect and reflect on the written and spoken work you have done for this course. This portfolio project invites you to chronicle what has happened in your evolution both as a writer and a speaker in class, and to contribute to and assist us with the evaluation of your work. So--

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Instructions for Weekly On-Line Postings

To register for a Serendip account,
* go to the course webpage
* click on the Login link (top, right of page), then
* click on Create New Account;
* you MUST use your bi-college e-mail address
* but your user-name doesn't have to be  your name

Evolving Systems Web Papers 2010


These are the webpapers that emerged from Making Sense of Ourselves in an Evolving Universe, a first-semester seminar offered at Bryn Mawr College in Fall 2010. At the end of semester spent thinking together about "who we are, how we got to be this way, and what's next," students are posting here their thoughts on what seems most critical to them in the context of on-going evolutionary change, which occurs simultaneously in the realms of the inanimate, the living and the cultural world.

Take a look around, and feel warmly welcome to respond in the comment area available at the end of each paper. What strikes, intrigues, puzzles you...what, among your reactions, might be of interest or use to the writer, or others in the class, or others who--exploring the internet--might be in search of thoughtful reimagining of future evolution, both of ourselves as individuals and of our world as a whole?


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