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Explanation of the Weekly Schedule Each week the tasks or learning challenges that you are to accomplish will be listed under the Week Number in the “Weekly Schedule” section of the CONTENT MODULE page in WebCT. See the “Course Calendar” for dates that correlate to week numbers. Basically, in the summer term there are 2 weeks of work for every 1-week in the regular semester. Therefore, this course has been structured so that each calendar week (of which there are 7 in the summer term) is divided into an “A” part of the week and a “B” part of the week. This structure is important because you have lots of work to do. If you don’t keep up with every due date you will not make it through the course. The “A” part of the week includes Thursday-Friday-Saturday with assignments due on Saturday night by midnight. The “B” part of the week includes Sunday- Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday with assignments due on Wednesday night by midnight. My time, as is yours, is significantly limited in the summer.
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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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