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Course Syllabus CM 220:25 College Composition II TABLE OF CONTENTS Ctrl & Click on a link below to view that section in the syllabus. Course Calendar Course Description Course Information Course Materials Course Outcomes Discussion Boards Grading Criteria/Course Evaluation Instructor’s Grading Criteria/Timetable Instructor and Seminar Information Kaplan University Grading Scale Netiquette Projects Rubrics Seminars Tutoring COURSE INFORMATION TOP Term: 1201C February 2012 Term Dates: February 1, 2012-April 10, 2012 Course Number/Section: CM 220- 25 Course Title: College Composition II Credit Hours: 5 Prerequisites: Any College Composition I course It is strongly recommended that you complete the Campus Tour , available on your Student Homepage. This essential tutorial discusses hardware and software requirements as well as presenting an overview of learning with the eCollege platform.
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INSTRUCTOR AND SEMINAR INFORMATION TOP Instructor Name and Credentials: Dr. Jeffrey Hanson Kaplan Email Address: [email protected] AIM Instant Messenger Name: JHansonPoetryman AIM Office Hours (EST): By appointment Course/Seminar Day and Time (EST): TBA You can participate in seminar through either of the 2 options listed on the seminar page for each Unit. Live seminars will be held using the KHE Seminar tool. In order to participate in a KHE seminar, you need the most recent version of Flash. The most recent version of Flash is available as a free download from the following link: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ . Click on the Download button to start the download process. Log in to your home page to access your current classes. You can get into the seminar one of two ways: 1) selecting the “My Studies” tab at the top of the page and then “My Seminars,” or 2) clicking on the “My Seminars” link with your course in the “Current Classes” section of your home page. The “My Seminars” area has both a calendar and table view that will show all previous and upcoming seminars that have been scheduled by your instructor. Double-click on the seminar you desire to access. Thirty minutes before the scheduled start time, the “Enter” option will appear. For additional instructions, review the KHE Seminar Student User Guide found in the classroom. COURSE MATERIALS TOP The Kaplan Guide to Successful Writing [available in PDF form on the Writing Center web site] Software Requirements AOL Instant Messenger: If you are not an AIM Member you can download the free service by visiting the following site: http://www.aim.aol.com/ Courses within the School of General Education may also require other software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Reader, Java, Flash Player, etc. See “Software Requirements” in the classroom under Course Home for the specific requirements for this class.
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