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KELLI CARSON BUSN 5260 Current Economic Analysis Week 1: Introductory Assignment The following assignment is to assure me that you have read the Welcome Page material and to emphasize some of the more important points for you. Your first test will be learning to submit the assignment using the Blackboard process. Complete your assignment offline using either Microsoft Word or Excel then attach the file. Remember to click "Submit" when finished. Contact me if you have any trouble. Questions: 1. How many years has your instructor taught at Webster? 2. Did you read and understand the Academic Honesty Policy ? 3. How many times can you retake the quiz within the allotted time period? 4. How many Personal Assignments are required in this course? 5. Is collusion allowed? 6. How many main submissions and how many responses must you make during the online discussion each week?
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Unformatted text preview: classmate postings at least twice. 7. How do you find the feedback I send to you when I grade your Unit Personal Assignments? How do you find the attachment I send with the feedback? Specific feedback will be given through the Assignments page. Your grade will appear in the "My Grades" section, then go to the Assignments page, click on the "Graded" tab, and then the week's assignment. Scroll down and you will see a link to my attachment in the "Submission" section just above the section with my feedback comments to you. Click on the link and you will find my additional comments and explanations for the assignment. 1 KELLI CARSON Remember this assignment must be completed the first week in order to remain enrolled. This is very important. Finally, go to the Discussion area and find my submission entitled Introductions and introduce yourself to the class. Have fun. 2...
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  • Spring '12
  • aghbatutu
  • Business, English-language films, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Current Economic Analysis, Kelli Carson

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