LTCC.ONLINE.EthMor205.Winter2012 (1)

LTCC.ONLINE.EthMor205.Winter2012 (1) - Philosophy 205...

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1 Philosophy 205: Online LTCC Winter 2012 INSTRUCTOR CONTACT INFORMATION: Instructor: Blakely Hume Phone: Cell - 775-846-9246 Email: [email protected] Required texts: Required texts: The Right Thing to Do-, by James Rachels, 5 th ed. The Elements of Moral Philosophy, by James Rachels, 6 th ed. Online Classes: If you have registered for this class, you should be able to log on using the first 2 letters of your first name plus the first 2 letters of your last name and the last 5 digits of your student ID number. Be sure to use lower case letters. Then do this: Take a moment to go to your account under My Workspace on the left side of the screen. From there go to modify settings and change your password to something that you can remember. 1. Go to My Workspace, left side of screen 2. Click on account 3. Scroll down to modify settings 4. Change your password to something you can remember 5. Write the password down 6. This same password and login will give you access to future Etudes sites. After that remember this: An online class is different from a class where we can all be together and you can hear my really bad jokes. But on the plus side, I won’t be accidentally spitting on you. The module sections will take the place of a lecture and the online discussions will be the equivalent of our ‘class room discussions.’ This class is a paced class: work is open for a specified period. However, the drawback is I won’t be there to nag you to get your work done- so make sure you keep up!! This is good to know as the whole online procedure may not be for you. But that doesn’t mean you should take a class at the college wearing PJ’s and bunny slippers. Also be aware of one important thing: Taking an online class means having proper equipment. Please don’t blame me or the program for your computers malfunctioning, poor memory, ancient software, or stubborn personality. Use the computers at the campus if you have to, or consult with the computer desk people. But be aware: it is the student’s responsibility to make sure their computer is working correctly! There will be no reopens period.
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2 You are responsible for your own work. But should you have any questions for me (or bad jokes) PLEASE CONTACT ME!!! I love my students and the fact that I won’t be able to see your sleepy, food stained faces on a weekly basis saddens me. So please call me or email me instead!! If you have any issues such as emergencies, special circumstances and need help in general it is your responsibility to contact me . Also if you have any technical difficulties please contact me as well. If you have any other problems like hunger pains, sleep deprivation, severe constipation, sudden outbursts of nausea followed by uncontrollable yelling and destruction of property, and contact a psychologist of some sort. Students should feel free to chat amongst each other with the online chat tool, discussion tools, by email or
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