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MNM3036 2011 mnm3036-101_2011_3_e

52 inventory letter at the time of registration you

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5.2 Inventory letter At the time of registration, you will receive an inventory letter that will tell you what you have received in your study package and also show items that are still outstanding. Also see the booklet entitled: My studies @ unisa . Check the study material that you have received against the inventory letter. You should have received all the items listed in the inventory, unless there is a statement like “out of stock” or “not available”. If any item is missing, follow the instructions on the back of the inventory letter without delay. PLEASE NOTE: Your lecturers cannot help you with missing study material. Please contact the Unisa Contact Centre at 0861 670 411 (RSA only), or +27-11 670 9000 (international calls) (also see par. 3 above). Apart from this tutorial letter and Tutorial Letter 301/MRMALL8/2011, you will also receive other tutorial letters during the semester. These tutorial letters will not necessarily be available at the time of registration. Tutorial letters will be despatched to you as soon as they are available or needed (for instance, for feedback on assignments).
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7 MNM3036/101 If you have access to the internet, you can view the study guides and tutorial letters for the modules for which you are registered on the University’s online campus, my Unisa, at http://my.unisa.ac.za 5.3 Obtaining you prescribed material Please consult the list of official booksellers and their addresses listed in: My studies @ unisa . If you have any difficulties in obtaining books from these bookshops, please contact the Unisa Contact Centre. 5.4 Additional reading list There are rapid developments and constantly new applications in the field of product and price management. It is therefore recommended that you get some exposure to developments in this field on a regular basis. This can be done by reading magazines on this topic and also by consulting the internet. To help you, we shall give you the names of some websites, books and articles you can read – these are listed in Appendix A . See if you have all three sources in your reading list. 6 HOW THE ASSIGNMENT SYSTEM WORKS The assignments for this module are contained in Appendix B , further on. Before you do the assignments please study the section below. 6.1 Assignments and learning Assignments are seen as part of the learning material for this module. As you do the assignment, study the reading texts, consult other resources, discuss the work with fellow students or tutors or do research, you are actively engaged in learning. Paying attention to the assessment criteria for each assignment will help you to understand what is required of you more clearly. 6.2 General remarks PLEASE NOTE: Enquiries about assignments (for example, whether or not the University has received your assignment or the date on which an assignment was returned to you) must be addressed to the Unisa Contact Centre. (Also read section 3 above.) You might also find information on my Unisa. You
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