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Group Project Sign-up Page

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Link to Group Project Information


Please add the links to your project reports. Thanks!


GROUP  STUDENT NAME  Stage 3 Report Stage 4 Report Reflection papers
Africa Jason Zhao  Stage 3  Stage 4 Same workspace from Stage 4
Hatim Jivanjee       
Khadija Othman       
Yupeng Chen       
Wairimu Njeri       
Cera Ramnaraine       
Arab and Non-Arab States     

(Arab States - old workspace) 
Connor McCauley       
Mina Waziri       
Saman Goudarzi       
Northern China     Jason Pang      
Matthew Wang  Northern China Study Comparison   Stage 4 Final Report and Reflection
Reflections are included with our Final Report 
Raissa Chua       
Southern China     Zigeng Huang       
Junhua Tan       
DongLiang Wang  All in one stage 3  All in one stage 4 + reflection These are Workspaces for the whole group (3+4)
Kevin Jian       
South Asia      

[Stage 3: Comparative Data Matrix]


[Stage 3: Comparative Report]

Stage 4: Final Report and Comparative Analysis of Case Studies South Asia Personal Reflections Page
Rabia Naimullah       
Jannat Nain       
Mahrukh Khan        
South Korea     Julianne Kelso  South Korea Stage 3  South Korea Stage 4 Report 
The Stage 4 report page includes our reflections. 
Brittany Yard   
Jiwon Han       
Shan Yu       
South East Asia     Anika Ahmed       
Kirthika Umasuthan  South East Asia Stage 3 Report South East Asia Stage 4 Report  Stage 4 Report includes our reflections. 
Monika Chmielewski      
Justine Geroche       
North America    
North America Stage 3 Assignment
North America Stage 4 Assignment
North America Group's reflection papers (collective)
Katie Ahern
Naseem Khan       
Sukaina Tejani       
Danielle Phan       

Europe - Stage 3:

-Case Study Comparison

-Annotated Bibliography

Europe - Stage 4:

Final Report 

Europe - Stage 4: Personal Reflections  
Jenna Davis       
Daria Urakova      
Mary Lee      
Anna Bermema      
South America  
Stage 3: Comparing Case Studies (South America) 

South America-Stage 4 Final Report

South America Annotated Bibliography

South America-Stage 4 Individual Reflection
Lu Chen      
Katarina Jabri     Katarina's individual reflection 
Denisse Albornoz      
Central America and the Caribbean Paola Cabrera Tavarez       
Yun Zhong      
Yuchao Zhang      




Comments (40)

rabia said

at 8:26 pm on Sep 30, 2012

I'm changing India to South Asia as I and a couple of other students are from South Asian region but we are not Indians. :)

Pavithra Parthasarathy said

at 12:30 pm on Oct 8, 2012

Hi, if possible I would like to be in Africa please.


Ketheesakumaran Navaratnam said

at 8:44 pm on Sep 30, 2012

I am not indian either, but I assume there will at least be a handful of students of Indian decent in this class who may like to stick with India. It is always better to have the permission of Becky or Prof before changing it as the assigned geographical areas are the focus of the bigger research project that prof himself is conducting .

Leslie Chan said

at 9:11 pm on Sep 30, 2012

Indeed dividing up the world by "regions" is always a tricky exercise. UNESCO classifies the world as such: Africa, Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and North America and Latin America and the Caribbean. Becky and I are happy to revise the regions above. Our larger project is at an early stage of development and this is the question we are grappling with. So we are in fact "crowd sourcing" this class for ideas. So Rabia's point is well taken.

We are open to proposal.

Becky Hillyer said

at 9:28 pm on Sep 30, 2012

Just a slight change - I have divided China into North and South, as we feel there may be quite a lot of interest in that area. Rabia, thanks for taking the initiative to change India to South Asia - definitely a good idea.

bermema.anna@... said

at 7:37 am on Oct 1, 2012


I would like to be in North America please.


Leslie Chan said

at 7:51 am on Oct 1, 2012

Anna, click on the "edit" tab on the top of the page and put your name in the section you prefer. Thanks.

Julianne Kelso said

at 8:40 am on Oct 1, 2012

Hmm, we've got China and Southeast Asia, but no Northeast Asia? Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong are all left out!

Leslie Chan said

at 11:21 am on Oct 1, 2012

As I noted in an early reply. It's likely we need to rethink the regions, maybe along the line of UNESCO, so we will have Asia and the Pacific, and then have subregions within.

Julianne Kelso said

at 12:04 pm on Oct 1, 2012

That sounds good!

Denisse Albornoz said

at 9:45 am on Oct 1, 2012

I have South American background, but I would love to take this opportunity to do more research on South East Asia. Is it okay if I sign up in this group? The group working on South America can always reach me if they would like some insight! I'd be glad to help.

Leslie Chan said

at 4:26 pm on Oct 1, 2012

I see where you are coming from. However, it would be valuable for you to be in the South America group given your knowledge of the region. S. Am. is also a very large region and I am sure you will benefit from the research. In my view, having a Spanish speaking person is critical given the many initiatives from this region. Please reconsider. Thanks!

Raissa Chua said

at 3:41 pm on Oct 1, 2012

Is it possible to sign up for a country now, but possibly change later? I would just like to do some short research on the geographical areas before committing to one, but I don't want to loose a spot in my second choice considering that my first choice was already taken...

Katie Ahern said

at 4:44 pm on Oct 1, 2012

Hey All, I created a folder for any groups that are creating a Wiki Page for their respective region. If/when you create a page, you can save it to the Folder Titled "Group Project Wiki Page". Once you save it, to access your page, all you have to do is clink on the "Pages and Files" Link at the top left of the wiki, and the folder will be listed on the left hand side of the the page. Thought it would make it a little easier to find your page inside the wiki! Cheers!

Leslie Chan said

at 8:22 pm on Oct 1, 2012

Actually, once all the groups are finalized, we are going to create "groups" for the students using one of the build-in wiki functions (which student users can't access). Once these groups are created, members will be able to exchange messages within group and create "internal" workspace until they are ready to make it public. Thanks for jumping ahead, but don't be surprised if we are going to ask you to do a couple of things differently. Thanks.

Katie Ahern said

at 4:05 pm on Oct 2, 2012

Sounds good, we are just using a simple wiki page at the moment to communicate.

Matthew NeeFa Wang said

at 1:27 pm on Oct 3, 2012

Jason, Raissa and Eric, if you guys want to meet up at UTSC, I am free on Thursday from 1-4pm. How about AA 207 between 1:30 and 4pm on Thursdays starting tomorrow or between 1pm and 3pm on Oct 11th? Thanks


at 6:52 pm on Oct 3, 2012

Can anybody tell me how to sign up for the project, thanks.

Danielle Phan said

at 6:55 pm on Oct 3, 2012

on the top left corner of this window, click on "Edit" , from there, you'll be at the page where you can edit your info. In the given space, from whichever topic that interest you (and if there is still space), put your name down. Remember to then click on "Save"

Xu Han said

at 9:44 pm on Oct 3, 2012

Hi prof, i am interested to do AFRICA along with another student. please allow us to do that

Becky Hillyer said

at 6:00 am on Oct 4, 2012

Xu Han, the Africa group is already full. Remember, sign-up is on a first come/ first served basis. Please refer to Danielle's comment, above, for instructions on how to sign up for a different group that currently has less than 4 other students signed up.

Wairimu Njeri said

at 10:42 pm on Oct 5, 2012

Hi Becky,
Am also interested in the African Group and there's this clause added on the African group '(if we have further interest, we will set up two groups for Africa)".
Is it possible for Xu Han, the friend and I to be added to the African group. Am from Africa and more interested in researching in this region especially East Africa.
Maybe we could have two regions East and South Africa vs. North and West Africa.
I'll appreciate your consideration.

Leslie Chan said

at 6:24 pm on Oct 4, 2012

Anyone in the South America Group (#11) willing to change place with Denisse Albornoz in the South Asia group (#6) ?

Matthew NeeFa Wang said

at 9:06 pm on Oct 4, 2012

How do I create a Google+ hangout for my group, even if I do not have a webcam?
Raissa and Jason, could you please email me your cell numbers at matthew.wang@mail.utoronto.ca so that we can set up a meet-up time and location? Eric already sent his cell number.
Thanks :)

bermema.anna@... said

at 3:29 pm on Oct 8, 2012

This is for group 10, has anyone set up an account so we can communicate about the project? Sorry I'm not familiar with Google+.


Hatim Jivanjee said

at 1:22 pm on Oct 10, 2012

This message is for everyone in Group 1 (Africa). I wanted to set up a time where we can all either meet up (in person) or group chat via google+. I would prefer to meet in person if this works for everyone. Send me an e.mail at hatimjivanjee@gmail.com and we can all coordinate. Thanks guys!

Leslie Chan said

at 9:25 am on Oct 13, 2012

Hatim, any luck getting in touch with your group members?

Hatim Jivanjee said

at 1:02 am on Oct 17, 2012

Sorry for the late response Prof. Chan. I have still not got in touch with my group members. I will e.mail them individually, hopefully that will be more efficient.

Hatim Jivanjee said

at 1:13 am on Oct 17, 2012

Prof. Chan i have e.mail two of the group members, however i cannot find Yupeng's or Khadijas email addresses.

Becky Hillyer said

at 5:24 pm on Oct 11, 2012

Mahrukh Khan, are you signing-up for South Asia or Arab States?

Mahrukh Khan said

at 6:06 pm on Oct 11, 2012

I asked Leslie's permissions to move to the South Asia group. took my name off Arab states.

Brittany Yard said

at 7:52 am on Oct 12, 2012

Group 7 : South Korea

1. Julianne Kelso - South Korea.

2.Brittany Yard- South Korea

3. Jiwon Han - South Korea

4 Shan Yu - South Korea
please email me! brittany.yard@utoronto.ca :) or add me on fb

Wairimu Njeri said

at 6:35 pm on Oct 12, 2012

Hi Everyone,
We have set up a second group for Africa, if anyone is interested in joining the group please sign up.

Cera said

at 12:54 pm on Oct 20, 2012

Hi Wairimu! I'm going to join your group because I was originally in South America and I'm having a lot of problems with finding a case study.

Matthew NeeFa Wang said

at 11:54 am on Nov 6, 2012

Hi Becky,

could you please add Eric Yu's Work Space to this page?

Thank you!

Becky Hillyer said

at 6:30 pm on Nov 6, 2012

Matthew, I've linked Eric Yu's workspace to this page, but it is his responsibility to link that page back to your group's work space.

Ketheesakumaran Navaratnam said

at 10:59 pm on Dec 4, 2012

Luchen , it is a great idea; I think you have made Prof. Chan's and Becky's lives a lot easier!

luchen said

at 11:37 pm on Dec 4, 2012

Actually Prof Chan made the chart, not me..LOL...I am just the first person to add the link!!

Leslie Chan said

at 3:12 pm on Dec 5, 2012

And by being the first, you are making our lives a lot easier! Thanks to all.

Ketheesakumaran Navaratnam said

at 12:26 am on Dec 5, 2012

ohh, I see.

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