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Unformatted text preview: 14 HOW TO GET ME TO RESPOND TO YOUR EMAIL: I receive a lot of emails. I will do my best to respond within 36 hours to an email you send me, but to maximize your chances of hearing back, please adhere to the following guidelines: 1. Use [email protected] I will not respond to emails sent through Canvas. I will only respond to an email you send through ALEKS if you include a screenshot of a problem you would like help with. 2. Indicate your section (A or B). 3. Present yourself in a professional manner: Use an appropriate salutation (“Dear Dr. Craig,” or “Hi Dr. Craig,” etc.) and sign‐off (“Best, Ellen Ripley” or “Thanks, Jesse Pinkman” etc.). Write in complete sentences. Employ proper punctuation and grammar. HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE ME: If you are unable to attend my regularly‐scheduled office hours, or would like to schedule a time to speak with me privately, I am happy to meet with you! I typically schedule student meetings in 30‐minute blocks. When you contact me to set up a meeting, please follow these steps: 1. Send me an email. I will not remember to put our meeting in my calendar if we only speak in person. 2. Indicate whether you want to schedule a private meeting (if you have questions about grades, DRS accommodations, etc.), or if other students may attend (if you want to discuss course content). 3. Suggest two or three possible days for our meeting, and give me your detailed schedule on those days. I will email you back with a 30‐minute block that will work for both of us. 4. Confirm via email that the day and time I suggest will work for you. 5. If you have to reschedule or cancel a meeting we’ve set, email me as soon as possible. THE CHEM 152 A/B EMAIL LISTERV USES YOUR OFFICIAL UW EMAIL ADDRESS Although I will post most course announcements on Canvas, occasionally I will send an announcement via email to the entire class using an email listserv. The listserv is automatically generated from the UW Registrar’s class list, meaning that it uses your official UW email address. If you use a different address for your email correspondence, you will nee...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2014 for the course ENGLISH 131 taught by Professor Amaleqeiq during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.
- Spring '09