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Dr. Chamberlin's Fall 2002 Online Course Guidelines

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This page last updated: Tuesday, September 3, 2002 2:59 PM

11. Assignments: Introductions

The first couple weeks of the semester are typically the most chaotic. If you feel dazed and confused, fear not: you are not alone.

One of the best ways to get rocking and rolling in an online course is to get to know your classmates and to develop a tight-knit learning community for academic and moral support. Working together with others may be one of the most difficult experiences you will ever encounter but it's worth it. Keep an open mind, swallow your pride, be humble and realize that every single person in this world has something to teach you.Take the cotton out of your ears and put it in your mouth. You may be amazed what insights you can gain from others if you are willing to listen.

Assignment 1- Who Are You, Matey?

Our first assignment is designed to get us familiar with posting to the discussion board and to help us get to know each other. To complete it, follow these simple directions:

This assignment is due no later than 1159PM, Sunday, August 25, 2002. The time is determined at http://www.time.gov. Completion of all parts of this assignment earns you ten (10) points. Partial assignments receive zero (0) points.

Assignment 2 - What's Your Learning Style?

This assignment is due no later than 1159PM, Sunday, September 1, 2002. The time is determined at http://www.time.gov. Completion of all parts of this assignment earns you ten (10) points. Partial assignments receive zero (0) points.

That's not too hard, is it?

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