Scott Jordan
Department of Computer Science University of California, Irvine
  Econ 11 / ICS 11 The Internet and Public Policy

Lecture: TuTh 3:30-4:50 in SSL 228

Professor: Scott Jordan (sjordan at uci dot edu). Office Hours: I can be found most days in my office in 3214 Bren Hall. The most likely times to find me in the office are Tuesdays and Thursdays during 2:00-3:00, and Mondays and Wednesdays during 3:00-5:00. Please stop by, or email me a list of a few days/times that you can meet.

Discussion Sections: F 9:00-9:50, M 9:00-9:50 in ICS 180.

Computer Science TA: Zoheb Shaikh (zsshaikh at uci dot edu). Office Hours: M 3:30-5:30 in ICS 424F

Economics TA: Nikki Tavasoli (tavasoli at uci dot edu). Office Hours: Tu 10-11 in SST 165, Th 1-2 in SSPB 3284

Reader: Jithendra Gandikota (jgandiko at uci dot edu). Office Hours: F 10:00-12:00 in ICS 424F

Announcements:

  • Problem Set #5 has been assigned; it is due on 11/21. The discussion sections on Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20 will help with this problem set.
  • No discussion sections on Friday 11/24 and Monday 11/27.
  • Case studies:
    • Copyright case study:
      • Grades for lobbyist and staffer groups are now available on Gradescope.com. You will find separate grades for the presentation (under "slides") and for the report. Letter grade ranges for the total score are as follows: 70-72 C, 73-75 C+, 76-79 B-, 80-83 B, 84-86 B+, 87-89 A-, 90-100 A.
    • Privacy case study:
      • If your group has been assigned to be a Lobbyist on the privacy case study:
      • If your group has been assigned to be a Staffer on the privacy case study:
        • You will present in class on November 21.
        • Your slides are due November 21.
        • Your final report is due November 22.
        • Each student in the group must complete the Staffer Peer Grading Survey on November 22.
      • If your group has not been assigned to be either a Lobbyist or Staffer on the privacy case study:
        • You will individually act as a Reporter, and ask a question in class on November 21.
    • Net neutrality case study:
      • If your group has been assigned to be a Lobbyist on the net neutrality case study:
        • Your initial report is due November 22.
        • Your interim report is due November 29.
        • You will present in class on December 5.
        • Your slides are due December 5.
        • Your final report is due December 6.
        • Each student in the group must complete the Lobbyist Peer Grading Survey on December 6.
      • If your group has been assigned to be a Staffer on the net neutrality case study:
        • Your initial report is due November 27.
        • Your interim report is due December 4.
        • You will present in class on December 7.
        • Your slides are due December 7.
        • Your final report is due December 8.
        • Each student in the group must complete the Staffer Peer Grading Survey on December 8.
      • If your group has not been assigned to be either a Lobbyist or Staffer on the net neutrality case study:
        • You will individually act as a Reporter, and ask a question in class on December 7.
  • Problem Sets #1-#4 have been graded. You can find your graded problem set on gradescope.com, and you can find solutions linked from the course outline.
  • The TAs and other students will be available to answer questions on the piazza.com Q&A platform. Participation in this forum is optional, but you will likely get a quicker answer there than by email. You should have received an email from piazza.com inviting you to sign up.
  • Please read the sections of the books as shown on the course outline before each lecture.

Course Overview

Course Outline

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Problem Sets

Case Studies

Scott Jordan last modified April 3, 2017 UCICSNetworked Systems