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I thought this class was very interesting and the professor was really nice and helpful! We had a multiple choice midterm and a take home final with short answer questions. There was plenty of opportunities for extra credit as well. Since this was her first time teaching the class, the midterm grades were curved.
I really loved the subject matter of this class, but the readings were very long and made it hard to prepare for exams (which were heavily based on small details from the readings). We still watched some documentaries and tried several approaches, but the first half of the course was very dense.
I liked how we did short write-ups because they were very personal and easy to think about, but the exams were a bit tough. The midterm was a multiple choice, 35-point quiz on CCLE, but the questions were oddly specific and most of us received a C or lower. The final was open for us to complete for one whole week, and it was written. There were different sections, each of which involved incorporating material from the lectures and readings. The final was much easier because we were able to express our opinions.
I loved Prof. Landecker as a person (she's so sweet and hardworking) and this was her first time teaching the class so I knew there would be bumps along the way. If the midterm wasn't so difficult, honestly this class wouldn't be bad at all. I would still take it again though. Hope this helps!