IntroLetter - December 11, 2009 To My Students-to-Be, My...

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December 11, 2009 To My Students-to-Be, My name is Diane Scrofano , and I am your professor for CRN 31196, English M01A Online, Spring 2010. This is an accelerated, 8-week course, taking place from January 11 to March 5, 2010 . Before I go into the formalities, let me be up-front with you: You need to read everything for an online class! I won’t ever see you and be able to give you those quick before-class reminders or that teacherly TLC that you may be used to. If you don’t even want to read this letter all the way through, you should re-think taking an online class. Since this class is online, you need to have easy access to a computer . You need to be comfortable with technology and be eager to log into our class at least once or twice a day. You can’t just log in on due dates; you have to check your e-mail within the course as well as the course news announcements. I may need to contact you on a day when nothing is due. I’ll be in our course every day, several times a day, and I expect you to be, too. We only have 8 weeks . You have homework due from your book two days into the class. We don’t have the icebreakers and housekeeping that waste the first week in a longer class. You need to hit it hard from day one. In fact, you need to get prepped well before the start of class. Our course
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2011 for the course LAW 31 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago O'Hare.

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