Introduction Assignment - Braden Hartman.docx

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INTRODUCTION MODULE UNIT ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION This assignment is simple: 1. introduce yourself (50-words minimum). 2. paste a picture that provides proof that you have purchased the e-textbook access on Cengage MindTap. 3. add a picture that means something to you. It can be a self-portrait or an image of your favorite pet. The purpose is to practice using the technologies and assignment submission portal we use through- out the semester. It also makes sure that you are ready to complete the course. ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS 1. Write your 50-word introduction in the space provided. 2. Paste images in the spaces provided. Resize, if necessary.
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  • Fall '08
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  • Braden Hartman, MODULE UNIT ASSIGNMENT, assignment submission portal

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