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ARTS3022 Narrative: The Art and Science of Storytelling
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Campus Sydney Career Undergraduate
This course is scheduled for offering in the following teaching periods for 2017.

Teaching Period Staff Contact Census Date Notes
  SEMESTER ONE
 
  T1
Apro PA Dawson 31-MAR-2017 Lectures run Weeks 1-12; seminars run Weeks 2-13. Please check myUNSW to confirm locations and to view any late changes to venues.  
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Teaching Period One

Activity Period Class Section Status Enrols/Capacity Day/Start Time
Lecture T1 7758 A Full 26/26 Thu 14:00 - 15:00 (Weeks:1-7,8-12)
Seminar T1 7759 M12A Full 25/25 Mon 12:00 - 14:00 (Weeks:2-7,8-13)
(* = jointly taught class)

SEMESTER ONE CLASSES - Detail
Class Nbr 7758 Section A Teaching Period T1 - Teaching Period One
Activity Lecture Status Full Enrols/Capacity 26/26
Offering Period 27/02/2017 - 04/06/2017 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 31/03/2017
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
Meeting Information
Day Time Location Weeks Instructor
Thu 14:00 - 15:00 Red Centre Theatre (K-H13-G001) 1-7,8-12 Apro PA Dawson
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Class Nbr 7759 Section M12A Teaching Period T1 - Teaching Period One
Activity Seminar Status Full Enrols/Capacity 25/25
Offering Period 27/02/2017 - 04/06/2017 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 31/03/2017
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
Meeting Information
Day Time Location Weeks Instructor
Mon 12:00 - 14:00 Quadrangle G025 (K-E15-G025) 2-7,8-13 Apro PA Dawson
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