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Unformatted text preview: MGMT 645 Organizational Behavior and Culture Syllabus Part II Instructors Policies For some of you this will be your first experience in an online class. With that in mind, it is essential that you have access to and understand the communication tools needed to participate and turn in your assignments. If you havent already done so, please do the following PRIOR to the start of class: Make sure youve gone through the Blackboard tutorial so you are COMPLETELY familiar with this environment. If you are not, please complete the tutorials found on the Davenportal>DU Online tab>DUO Student Services channel>New to Online Courses You must have the proper software. Check your computer now to make sure you have WORD (not Works or WordPerfect), Excel, and Power Point. Check out the technology requirements for all online classes. Understand how to save, copy, paste, send and receive files on your computer. Understand how your Davenport webmail account works because we will not be using personal email accounts in this course. Have a back-up plan in case your computer crashes or there is a power outage. I recommend printing out the syllabus and weekly agendas so you can still work off-line. Blackboard Technical assistance is available at 1-888-383-5010 (24/7) Go to the DU Online tab from the Student Portal and look around, especially review the information in the DUO Student Services channel and the DUO Academics channel. If you feel you need tutoring in a subject, check out Smart-thinking (an online tutoring service) at http://smartthinking.com Communication is the key to success in an online course. This is your chance to get involved in your learning. You will be required to post your researched answers to forum topics and give thoughtful, insightful feedback to others in the course. As we only meet for seven weeks, this will need to take place an average of 5 out of 7 days a week . This is not a self-paced course; there are deadlines, after which you will lose points or your...
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