Course Info

Course and Contact Info
  • This course will be offered remotely and asynchronously for this term.
  • Instructor: Joan Boone
  • Email:
  • Virtual office hours: Fridays, 1-2 pm
Course Logistics

The following is subject to change, but this is the plan for now...

  • Course materials (slides, recordings, examples, assignments) for the upcoming week will be posted on Sunday evening
  • Assignments will be due the following Sunday, end of day
  • Announcements (e.g., schedule or course material updates) will be posted to Microsoft Teams
Getting Help and Discussion

There are several ways to get help, ask questions, or start a discussion...

  • Microsoft Teams is available for Q&A and general class discussion. Consider posting your questions on Teams first, and always check to make sure the question has not already been asked.
  • Office hours via Zoom: Fridays, 1-2 pm (optional), or by appointment.
  • Email: If your question is specific to your work, then you can email me.
Assignments and Grading

There will be 7 assignments. Each will have a due date and time, and will include submission instructions.

  • 100% of your grade is determined by your assignments.
  • A late penalty of 1 point per day is applied, unless you have requested an extension by email 24 hours before the due date.
  • UNC Honor Code is in effect for all work in this course.
Campus Services

Accessibility Resources

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill facilitates the implementation of reasonable accommodations, including resources and services, for students with disabilities, chronic medical conditions, a temporary disability or pregnancy complications resulting in barriers to fully accessing University courses, programs and activities. Accommodations are determined through the Office of Accessibility Resources and Service (ARS) for individuals with documented qualifying disabilities in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. See the ARS Website for contact information: or email

Counseling and Psychological Services

CAPS is strongly committed to addressing the mental health needs of a diverse student body through timely access to consultation and connection to clinically appropriate services, whether for short or long-term needs. Go to their website: or visit their facilities on the third floor of the Campus Health Services building for a walk-in evaluation to learn more.

Title IX

Any student who is impacted by discrimination, harassment, interpersonal (relationship) violence, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, or stalking is encouraged to seek resources on campus or in the community. Please contact the Director of Title IX Compliance (Adrienne Allison –, Report and Response Coordinators in the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office (, Counseling and Psychological Services (confidential), or the Gender Violence Services Coordinators (; confidential) to discuss your specific needs. Additional resources are available at