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Getting Started Week 1 Hello Everyone, Welcome to CIT 302. The syllabus is now available at the course website ( ) Web Development). There are several things you need to do in the next two days in order for you to be ready when this class begins online. 1. Please read the syllabus and ask any question you may have in the course discussion board. 2. Course Software The department offers to our students several software packages from Microsoft. The System URL: contains links for downloading this software. If you are new student to the program an account should have been created and the userid and password emailed to you. The department has also purchased for you some technical training from VTC.com. Open the link under VTC Computer training under assignments to see what the expectations are for this week. 3. There are several discussion boards that we will be using in the course.
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