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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MULTICULTURAL RELATIONS IBUS 330 ONLINE Professor Joel Nicholson Schedule Number 13470, Section 1 – Three Units Spring Semester – January 24 th to May 13 th , 2011 Joel D. Nicholson, MBA, Ph.D. Professor of International Business Department of International Business San Francisco State University E-Mail: [email protected] iLearn® Website: Main Campus Office Hours (Professor) Downtown Campus Office Hours (Professor) Take Bart or Muni to Powell which is in the same building – Take elevators to the Fifth Floor of the Westfield Center Tuesdays BUS 347: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm Thursdays DTC 592: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Main Campus TA (Aditi Aswani) Monday: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Wednesday through Friday: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm BUS 347 – (415) 338-7017 Note: The preliminary course syllabus may change slightly over time. Any changes will be promptly reflected on the iLearn® site. Check the iLearn® site and your email regularly.
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GETTING INFORMATION The Golden Rule for Course Questions Your first source of information should always be the syllabus Make the syllabus your first stop for any questions you have. The answers to almost any question regarding the course can be found in the syllabus. As there are hundreds of students in the course, we will not answer questions clearly answered in the syllabus or elsewhere in iLearn®. Please note that we are giving 50 “netiquette points” to all students to start the semester. These are for good behavior online and in emails; however they will be reduced for poor netiquette. For example, asking questions that have been clearly answered before will result in deductions from these points. The key is to use the syllabus, follow the CAP, and read what is posted by us on iLearn® on a daily basis. If you have a question that is not answered in the syllabus or on iLearn® send it to us using the course email: [email protected] . Be polite and civil. Do not be rude or attack anyone in emails or you will lose netiquette points and not receive an answer to your question. Announcements and Assignments -- Student Cycle Assignment Planner (CAP) We will post all announcements and assignments in the announcements section on iLearn®. As well, you will always be able to refer to the Student Cycle Assignment Planner or “CAP” in iLearn® to know exactly where you should be and what you should be doing at any point in the semester. Technical Help For technical questions on how to do things in iLearn®, there are four avenues to get answers to your technical questions from the technicians who manage iLearn®. The four ways to ask technical questions are: 1. Email [email protected] and state your questions there. They will respond. They will first give you a “ticket number” which should be used in all further emails relating to your technical question. 2.
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