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Sabtu, 04 Juni 2016

FAQ: the Nine Ways of Knowing for the Class of 2019

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Title: FAQ: the Nine Ways of Knowing for the Class of 2019
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Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Senin, 30 Mei 2016

Your Spring Program: important information and overview

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Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Kamis, 26 Mei 2016

Your Spring Program: important lotteries this week for Spring 2016 classes

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Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses


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    Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

    Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

    For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

    First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

    First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

    Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

    FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses


      via GIPHY

      Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

      Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

      For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

      First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

      First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

      Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

      FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses

        Selasa, 17 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: first steps in planning your spring semester

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        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!



        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!



        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!

        Rabu, 11 Mei 2016

        Advising: mark your calendars!

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        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Advising: mark your calendars 1

        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Advising: mark your calendars 1

        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Jumat, 29 April 2016

        DEADLINE: finalizing your Fall 2015 program

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        The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

        That means...
        • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
          • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
          • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
            • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
            • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
            • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
            Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

              The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

              That means...
              • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
                • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
                • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
                  • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
                  • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
                  • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
                  Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

                    The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

                    That means...
                    • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
                      • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
                      • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
                        • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
                        • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
                        • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
                        Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.