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Unformatted text preview: Ling 110 Discussion & Lab Syllabus Spring 2007 Section Info Number: 38805 Time: Wednesday, 10:00-11:20 Location: Discussion: GFS 108 Lab: THH B6 TA Info TA: Janet Anderson Email: [email protected] O ce: GFS 342 O ce Hours: • Tuesdays, 10:00 am • Thursdays, 4:00 pm • by appointment Mailbox: GFS 301 (Linguistics Main O ce) Feel free to come to my o ce hours, make appointments with me, or send me e-mail. Please don't think you need to be lost to come talk to me; I'm here to help! Please note that I don't generally check my e-mail after 9pm, so if you send me an e-mail after then, you will have to wait till morning for a response. Blackboard We will use Blackboard extensively in this course. Please check regularly for updates on deadlines, exams and homeworks. You can access Blackboard by going to the URL: http://blackboard.usc.edu Readings • Aitchinson, Jean. 2003. Words in the Mind: An introduction to the MentalLexicon, 3rd ed. Oxford: Blackwell. (Available at the bookstore) • Course Reader (available from The Magic Machine in the University Village) 1 Homeworks and Lab Assignments...
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