WARNING: ALWAYS SCROLL THE ENTIRE PAGE TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT MISS ANYTHING EVERY TIME YOU ARRIVE ON THIS PAGE.
YOUR FAILURE TO VISIT THIS PAGE REGULARLY MAY CAUSE YOU MUCH GRIEF!
THIS IS THE CLASS HOME PAGE FOR ONLINE TNS560/AMS/AAS 568  FALL 2021  CLASS




IMPORTANT LINKS

ANNOUNCEMENTS
are in reverse chronological order--You should go through all announcements since your last visit, as simple common sense would suggest! NOTE: excuses such as "I did not know this was available via the class homepage," or "I did not have time to go to the class home page," and so on, will not be tolerated. In this class, intellectual laziness has its price: a poor grade.
 

[[]] Materials for Class Assignments

[[]] Class Films List

[[]] Syllabus

[[]] Proper greetings format for e-mails
 
[[]] Test/Quiz Instructions

[[]] Class Participation Rubric

[[]] Examples of TYPES of test questions

[[]] Test/Quiz/Exam Scores

[[]] Video File Issues

[[]] Academic Honesty--School Policy

[[]] Educational Success Packet 

[[]] Grades Do Matter 





SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE TO THE END to see all the announcements you have missed.
Man, do I really have to tell you this?



ANNOUNCEMENT No. 1
 
Posted 8/29/2021

 
People, Folks, Guys,

Welcome to your class home page. Please go through this announcement carefully.


1. Whenever you send me an e-mail it must be in a professional format; that is, it must begin with a proper opening and closure--otherwise you may not get a response. Please allow 24 hours minimum for a response. A proper opening begins with Dear and ends with Sincerely. Look at the format of the announcement you received. The subject heading MUST always indicate your course. (I am teaching about 130 students across three classes.)

2.  You are required to visit this page regularly (at least once a week). From this page you will be able to access everything related to this class. Why this arrangement? For copyright reasons--especially with regard to homework materials.

3. This page will be redesigned slightly at some point soon.

4. The class syllabus is available here.  Go through the syllabus carefully because it also tells you how to access the homework materials. Do NOT wait to do the homework until the last minute! You may not have enough time to study the material carefully; plus the internet is not always reliable.

6. I hope you will find this course as informative and enjoyable as the effort I will be putting into it.



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Miscellaneous Info (may or may not be relevant)


 


Guys: If anybody knows the answer to the following question posed by the Dilbert Cartoonist, Scott Adams, let me know: "If there are no stupid questions, then what kind of questions do stupid people ask? Do they get smart just in time to ask questions?"



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