is a college course, so you will be busy! You have about 15 weeks to
complete many chapters and 8 written assignments or "papers".
I suggest that you print out the Course Schedule, which is the next
document in this section, and hang it by your computer. I will be opening
each module on the first day it is assigned. This is a 24 - 7 course:
available 24 hours a day - seven days a week. Assignments frequently have
a due date that falls on a Monday. Pace your on-line and off-line activity
with this in mind.
you don't keep up, you can't catch up!
based in part on material from William Pelz, Herkimer CC, SUNY
of course there is no way that you can be or will be monitored to insure
that you are keeping apace of the course.
You are able to skip a day or two.
However, should you fail to complete your written assignments on
time and fall behind you will be placing yourself in a very unfavorable
situation. You will loose
points on the assignment, you will be barred from earning points for a
discussion and you will fall behind on the material.
The course WILL MOVE ON.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:
As stated in the current college catalog, any student who needs specific accommodations based upon the impact of a disability should register with the office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) to be eligible for accommodations which are determined on an individual basis. The SSD office is located in the Science Building, room S132 (718-631-6257). Students should also contact their instructor privately to discuss their specific needs