LETTER TO ON CAMPUS STUDENTS spring 2011

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The purpose of this letter is to welcome you to the course and to make you aware of the following: the College of Business is determined that that our students will be knowledgeable in the field of computers, and especially competent with a program called Blackboard. In order to give you exposure to Blackboard, the Dean has “requested” that faculty members put as much course material as possible into that program. Therefore, I have put the course syllabus in Blackboard and I ask that you attempt to access it before the first class meeting on Wednesday and if there is a problem, you can let me know Wednesday and we’ll fix it. Here are the instructions for accessing the syllabus. 1. Go to the Troy University homepage.
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Unformatted text preview: In the bottom right hand corner, click on (c/o) “Divisions”. From the drop down menu, c/o “Academics”. 2. From the items that will appear on the left side of the screen, c/o “Blackboard”. 3. The next screen requires that you log in. Your user name is the first part of your email address. (do NOT use the “@troy.edu” part.) Your password is the last four digits of your social security number. 4 On the next screen , click on the name of the course. 5. On the next screen there is a column of yellow buttons. Click on the “Syllabus” button and make sure that you can access the syllabus. Please read it before class on Wednesday. If there is a problem, tell me then. Lee Daniel...
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