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Appendix A assignment

Course Number: IT 201, Summer 2012

College/University: University of Phoenix

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Dear Friend, There are so many things you can learn here at the University of Phoenix as with other colleges, the information you can learn is not as important as the ways to learnt here at the University of Phoenix there are online books, information for each class you are taking is extensive. Some of the resources include the online library with access to ebsco host which is a database of thousands of articles...

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Friend, There Dear are so many things you can learn here at the University of Phoenix as with other colleges, the information you can learn is not as important as the ways to learnt here at the University of Phoenix there are online books, information for each class you are taking is extensive. Some of the resources include the online library with access to ebsco host which is a database of thousands of articles with lots of useful information. Another great and very useful application you can download to your phone and participate in the discussion questions while you are out and about. The resources for your classes are as endless as the internet itself so there is no shortage of ways to find the information you need for that big assignment you are getting ready to write. One of my favorite things about the college is that there are always people that I can get ahold of to help me with issues Im having. Instructors give you every bit of information about them you need to contact them daily. So you should definitely get online and to apply the college today. Fellow Students, There are always going to be times you cant quite figure something out for your assignments dont forget the library is one of the biggest online resources available to all of us. If you go there youll see there are tons of resources for just about anything you need. Theres a media library with tons of videos to help you with all kinds of information. Also for all of us whom struggle with writing papers and such slide on over and check out the Center for Writing Excellence. You have all kinds of resources here: tutorials and guides writing style guidelines and a plagiarism checker. Then for all of us who are bad with math or comprehending math we myself included should run and check out the Center for Mathematics Excellence. Last but definitely not least the eBook collection has information you may need to get. Thats just a brief summary of what can be accessed in just the schools online library tab there are tons of resources in the library for just about any needs of all students.

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