INCC 310

Cultural Heritage Mapping: Locating Saskatoon’s Past

Course Dates:  Mondays and Wednesdays, January 6 to April 7, 2014; 2:30-4:20 pm
 

Open to students from ANY discipline!

  • Work alongside staff from the City of Saskatoon and other community agencies to define Saskatoon's cultural history.
  • Contribute your specialized knowledge and skills.
  • Learn techniques in digital field mapping (GIS, GPS), archival research, oral interviewing.
  • Each year, a few students have received PAID summer internships with the City of Saskatoon.
     

 

Registration in INCC 310.3 is open to students of any college and program who have successfully completed 24 Credit Units of university study.
INCC 310.3 meets the 'humanities' course requirements for most programs.

Select students completing INCC 310 may be eligible for PAID internships with the City of Saskatoon and partner agencies!

 

To see a preliminary course outline on Open CourseWare go to http://ocw.usask.ca/AR/INCC/310 and click on the public page "INCC 310 Section 02."

To see class information for the upcoming session section, see CRN 30182 in PAWS or click on the "January 2014" link in Open CourseWare.
 
INCC 310 students present their projects to the public, November 29, 2012. (below)

Shaun      Landon

 

For more information, or for details on how to register, please contact:

Andrew DunlopKeith Carlson

University Learning Centre
(306) 966-6690
andrew.dunlop@usask.ca

ICCC
(306) 966-2780    
keith.carlson@usask.ca