100syl - Welcome to Psychology 100 Course Syllabus Office...

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Welcome to Psychology 100 Course Syllabus Office Hours You're welcome anytime but with me being tied up in the testing center I only have limited time in the office. I encourage you to email to set up an appointment to insure I am available to meet with you. If I am out of the office the message board will tell you where I am. Please leave a message on the door or send me an email. Assignments, papers, etc. may be left in the drop box next to my door. If you don't see me please leave a note and I will get back to you. You may also talk with me anytime before or after class. Required Text Myers, D. G. (2008). Exploring Psychology, Seventh Edition in Modules. New York: Worth. The ISBN of our textbook is 13: 978-1-4292-0589-4. You may use the ISBN to shop around for the best price if you prefer. Blackboard Class Online To enhance learning and communication the class will utilize a Blackboard online course. The Blackboard web site will house our course documents, quizzes, assignments, notes and links to additional content to help you with your study as well as communication tools to help with interaction with other students and myself. In order to use Blackboard you will need to use your UNET email account. Please visit Blackboard often for new announcements, lecture notes, discussions etc. In Blackboard you have many tools; a personal calendar called 'My Calendar' to keep track of your own schedule that only you will see, email to send email to class members, a grade book, chat among other tools. Additionally, the discussion board feature as an excellent way to collaborate with others. Please note that interactive content on the web site and on links to other sites may require Shockwave to view. This would be the case on your own personal computer as well. However, if it is not already installed you may download the Macromedia Shockwave and Flash Plug-in for your own computer to view them. You can get the Adobe Acrobat Reader© at the link as well. Blackboard - http://www.courses.maine.edu My Web - http://www.umpi.maine.edu/~stump Recommended Supplements I have a copy of sample research papers and books on reserve in the library that will help you with writing research papers and using APA style, the format we use in psychology for writing. You may check them out for library use. Give the librarian my name and the class when asking for them. You can check listings in URSUS as holdings may vary as I add or update books. A copy of our textbook will be on reserve as well. A dditional Resources for Writing and using APA style
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Once you log into our Blackboard class you will find a folder called "Writing Research Papers - Help with APA Style" under the menu button labeled Course Documents. Here you will find many links to resources to help you with writing and style, not just for this class but also for all your classes. You will also find a folder under the Course Documents to help you with designing your poster for your class project. Objectives
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course PSY 100 taught by Professor Farthing during the Winter '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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