Elevator Speech - When I was accepted to Axia, I called my...

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When I was accepted to Axia, I called my Sister, Mitzi, to proudly tell her I am a college student now. After a lot of hysterical shrieks, she asked me why I decided to go to College. I told her that I wanted to move up in the company I work for right now (Wal-Mart). I said I was going to Axia College, which is a part of University of Phoenix online. “Internet College?” she said. “Are you joking? How does that even work?” After chuckling to myself, I explained that my class is set up as a forum, where I log in when I want to go to class. I can speak to other classmates about assignments, just like a regular classroom. I also told her that I could go to class at three in the morning if I wanted. “How do you speak to your teachers or classmates at three in the morning?” she asked. I explained we have threaded discussions to talk to each other. We all log in at different times during the day, so we leave messages off of other messages left by my classmates and professors. After a quick silence from Mitzi, she blurted out, “What?”
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course GEN 105 AAAJ0MG8Q2 taught by Professor Nataliekijurna during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Elevator Speech - When I was accepted to Axia, I called my...

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