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Latest revision as of 12:59, 8 September 2010
Course website for FMMC/AMST 0104, Television and American Culture, Fall 2010
We will be using this site in a number of ways: it contains the class Syllabus, a feed of links to recent news involving American television that you might keep eye on, and it will house your Group Projects throughout the semester. We can also use the site as a place for Discussion where anybody can add thoughts on anything related to the class.
Students: to enable your use of this wiki, please click on the Log in link in the upper right corner of the screen, and login using your Middlebury username/password. This will register you as a user for the site and enable you to edit your projects and add to discussions. Once you've logged in, click on your name to be able to edit your own profile for other users to see some info about you - see Prof. Jason Mittell's profile for an example.
Media scholar Christine Becker runs the essential blog News for TV Majors, providing links to the latest news and analyses from around the web. See her latest entries below or visit the blog regularly to keep up with what's new in the world of television.
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