Student Survival Guide

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Week Nine Final Project 1 Running Head: Week Nine Final Project Week Nine Final Project: Student Survival Guide Thomas Evans Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Week Nine Final Project 2 Abstract In order to survive in academic life, especially in a distance-learning environment, there are a few simple tips to follow. These tips will help you budget your time, organize your studying, maintain your integrity, retain what you learn and be an overall success.
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Week Nine Final Project 3 Using Axia’s Educational Resources Axia’s student website is set up to be user friendly and give you access to any tools and resources you will need throughout your academic career. The first thing you should do is to allow Axia to use popups in your web browser. Allowing popups is necessary, as some of Axia’s links require them to open a new window or tab on your computer. Next, if you do not have a username and password you need to create one. (This should not be a problem for existing students) This username will identify you as an active student, will link to your student IRN (Individual Record Number) and will serve as your identifier for your student email account. Other resources available on Axia’s student website are the Center for Writing Excellence, the schools online library, Center for Mathematical Excellence, Student Workshops as well as a host of tools and utilities to help you throughout your degree program. Axia’s student website also provides links to outside sources that help in your distance learning such as language programs, testing programs and Dell and Microsoft partnerships. With all of this material available, Axia’s student website makes our distance learning an enjoyable and successful experience. Upholding Academic Honesty “Upholding academic honesty is not difficult at all as it simply means, to my understanding, do not submit work that was written by anyone else as your own. Do not engage in plagiarism of
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