HW1 - Orientation Assignment - Hybrid

HW1 - Orientation Assignment - Hybrid - Name BIOL 2416...

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Name:_____________________ BIOL 2416 – Genetics Jill Buettner, Instructor HW1 - Orientation Assignment (10 points) 1. You will find the course syllabus on your eCampus course page; click on the “Syllabus” button on the left side of the screen. Read the course policies and procedures in the syllabus, and answer the following questions. (Don’t leave anything blank! 1 point each) a. How are lectures delivered? Is there a specific deadline to complete lectures? b. Does this course transfer to a 4-year university and count as a junior level “genetics” requirement toward a regular bachelors degree? c. What special information must be in the “subject” line of any e-mail you send to the professor? d. How will you know that the professor has received your e-mailed homework? e. How quickly does the professor promise to respond to your e-mail?
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