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WEEK 2A Assignments June 14 – June 16, Saturday, 6/16 All assignments DUE Topic: Learning Contracts Complete Steps 4-6 of Steps to Completing the Learning Contract ” [found in “Course Projects” on the CONTENT MODULE page in WebCt under “Learning Contract.” ] Step 4: See “Learning Contract Information Outline” [Found under “Course Projects” on “Content Module” choose “Learning Contract Info Outline”] for a description of the available help documents regarding the production of your learning contract. Explore each document. Step 5: Create a learning contract for this course that follows the format of the learning contract that was modeled in the workshop. View, read, process, and follow the directions contained in the documents listed on the “Learning Contract Information Outline” as you complete step 5. Step 6: Send "Learning Contracts" as an attachment in a
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Unformatted text preview: WebCT email to Dr. Schmertzing. (file name: userid_learncon) Begin keeping your ID project journals by posting to the journal discussion in WebCt with your name on it. ( Looks like Journal: Your name ). Read more information about the journal in the messages, "Information on Journals" [found in Course Projects on the CONTENT MODULE page in WebCt under ID Project. ] Begin developing your annotated bibliography by creating a document on your computer entitled, username_annbibl. Read more information about the annotated bibliography in the document entitled, Information on Annotated Bibliographies [found in Course Projects on the CONTENT MODULE page in WebCt under Research Production. ] Help with Annotated Bibliographies. Acquire or secure access to any new technologies you will need to complete your ID projects....
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ITED 8300 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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