Peer Review for Assignments 1 and 2

Here are the directions for the peer review process.  Keep in mind that we want you to submit in an excel file.  If you do not complete this, you will receive a 0 for Assignments 1 and 2.
Peer evaluation Instruction form

Here is the Excel file for you to fill out and submit on Carmen.  Keep in mind Assignment 1 and 2 are differentiated by the tab feature on the bottom of the screen
Peer Evaluation Form of First Two Assignments

Due: Tuesday, Feb. 21st by 11:59 P.M. on the Carmen assignment page.

Any questions?  Please ASK!

Assignment 2

Here is Assignment 2:
Assignment 2 (Word).
Assignment 2  (PDF)
Please follow the submission directions
Submission Instructions:

·         Please submit your written document as a Word.doc file.

·         Please title your document with the name of your community and Assignment 2. 

·         All team members who contributed to the assignment must be listed in the document.

·         Each team must post their completed assignment to their nation’s designated Carmen Dropbox (Camparise, Oletangia, or Great Kenlyvia) by Thursday, February 16 at 11:59pm.

 

Overview

Hey folks,
So the Overview Tab that was originally on this page was pushing Community J of Great Kenlyvia off of our menu page.
Here is the download to the file.  I suggest everyone save it somewhere so you will always have access to the document as a reference.

Overview of the program

World News Network: Sunday Edition

 

Breaking News: Launching of Community-based Development Projects across Camparise, Great Kenlyvia, and Olentangia

 

Project Overview

 

Across these three nations, teams of community development advisers are tasked with studying and guiding one of 10 communities within each nation. Starting Tuesday, January 17, 2017, consultant teams, comprised of 5-6 ENR 3500 students, will work to guide their community’s development over the course of a semester. They will also be monitoring and evaluating the development trajectory through either a “spiraling up” or “spiraling down” process.

This new, innovative project is designed for communities (and their development consultants) to understand the interconnections between capitals (human, cultural, social, political, financial, built, and natural), as well as find new ways to highlight assets, build resilience, and overcome socioeconomic and natural shock events. Residents have been encouraged to go about their daily lives, and welcome these groups into their communities with open arms.

“We can do better at the community-level by leveraging local assets to generate sustainable economic development that doesn’t compromise our nation’s precious environmental and human resources.” said an enthusiastic Joe Campbell, President of Camparise. “After speaking with Presidents Kenly and Fergen, as well as our respective Secretaries of Community Development, it’s clear there are a lot of opportunities emerging in Great Kenlyvia and Olentangia as well. We at the national-level of government are excited to observe and support these placed-based strategies to leverage community assets across our respective nations. “

While the communities are currently anonymous, it is suspected that names of the 30 communities will be revealed in a few weeks. Insiders tell the World News Network (WNN) that along with the identity of their chosen community, groups will also release pictures of their location, a brief history of the area and its people, and at least three of their development goals and action plans to reach those goals. If so, we will all have a better picture of who these communities are and what they are aiming to achieve. WNN plans to keep you up to date throughout the whole process.