Weekly Briefs—intended for student edification (as opposed to a primary tool to measure learning), not designed to be an exhaustive reading summary. The purpose is to focus on the key points learned and the key questions that surfaced in your study of text book reading assignment (normally not articles; however, you are not prohibited from including insights from there also).
Include the highlights that caught your attention as guided by the lecture-introduction to the chapter. To obtain credit the brief must demonstrate a reasonable grasp of the material in the text covering the areas introduced by the lecture (i.e. PowerPoint for the chapter), and be deposited in D2L on-time. Students are expected to be familiar and comply with the university policy on academic honesty, including plagiarism (http://www.savannahstate.edu/faculty-staff/academic-policies.shtml). Whenever copying text or using the work and ideas of another in a written document, utilization citation that gives the source.