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Logout Test Center Gradebook Textbooks i>clicker Syllabus Assignments Email Archive Academic Integrity Resources Piazza Site Info Help Assessments | Question Pools | Grading | Test Drive Preview Questions Return True / False Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Myth is always true. True False Answer Key: True Reason for Answer (Reason will be collected) Hints Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM If a reading assignment is not in the purchased textbooks, where would you find it? A. In the library on reserve for CLCIV385. B. It is distributed at discussion section in hard copy. C. It is distributed via e-mail in PDF. D. Each student has to search for it. It might be hidden anywhere on campus no more than six feet under or above ground. E. It is posted on c-tools under Resources in the relevant week folder. F. It is posted on c-tools in an invisible folder that I must find g j M+Google S My Workspace LATIN 801 001 F13 CLCIV 385 001 F13 LATIN 506 001 W13 CLCIV 217 001 W13 Faculty Business Classical Studies Faculty Allies More Sites T M C CLCIV 385 001 F13: Test Center Help O U T N
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by passing a multi-level videogame test. Answer Key: E Hints Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM How do I find prof. Asso's office? A. I enter Tisch Hall opposite the new Museum Wing, turn left thru the double door, take elevator to second floor, walk forward, second door to the right. Walk forward, on right side of hall take the second door to the left. B. I close my eyes and run as fast as I can. C. I ask someone who knows. D. I enter the Angell/Mason/Haven/Tisch building complex and get lost into the labyrinth. Then I scream and call 911 as soon as I see a tall hairy guy with the head of a bull ready to attack me and make lunch of me. Answer Key: A Feedback Going to your GSI's and/or professor's office hours is the single most effective way to insure that your instructors know who you are. Personal interaction is always encouraged, but Piazza is the place where questions should be asked and notes posted because the answers will be written down and will be available for review when Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM What does TD stand for? A. Total Danger B. Tremendous Dragon C. Tiger Dude D. Thury and Devinney Answer Key: D Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Why did you enroll in this class? Check all that apply. A. I love ancient myth. B. I love reading ancient classical texts. C. I heard good things about this class. D. I heard the course was easy.
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D. I heard the course was easy. E. I heard that I could pass and even get an A without attending. F. I heard that myth is a lot of fun G. I needed the distribution requirement. H. My advisor told me. I. Some other reason. J. I don't know. Reason for Answer (Reason will be collected) Hints Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM What is Greek myth?
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