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Welcome


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Welcome to the fall semester of 2014 everyone. I’m back in the office, and classes start Wednesday, August 20. The links in the header above will take you to the pages for the courses I’m teaching, where you’ll find information about each course. I’ll post syllabi there as I put the last finishing touches on them, and links to Blackboard for those of you taking inline sections.

Have a good semester, and I’ll see you soon!
 

Happy New Year!


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I’m back in the office and getting ready for the semester. The first day of the semester is Wednesday January 8, and I’ll be teaching the following classes, syllabi for which will be available here soon:

  • BUS 100-01, Introduction to Business, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10—11:15am
  • BUS 263-01, Legal & Social Environment of Business, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:30am—12:45pm
  • ENG 101-05, English Composition I, Mondays & Wednesdays, 1:15—2:30pm
  • ENG 101-06, English Composition I, Mondays & Wednesdays, 2:45—4pm
  • ENG 101-07, English Composition I, Mondays & Wednesdays, 4:30—5:45pm

Welcome back, Fall 2013 edition


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Hi everyone–welcome back for another fall semester. I’m back in the office and getting ready for the start of classes next week.

This semester I’ll be teaching Eng 101-05 and ENG 101-07 (Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am and 11:30am, respectively), Bus 100-01 (Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am), BUS 263 (Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30am), and PRL 101 (Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:30pm). Look for syllabuses and updated links in the navigation bar above early next week.

Welcome back

Hi everyone.

Fall semester starts Monday, August 27, and I’m back on campus and in the office. I’ve moved, so if you’re looking for me, I’m in office 2618 (across the hall from  my old office).

If you’re in one of my face-to-face classes, the links in the header menu will take you to the information page for those classes (I’ll post a syllabus for each class on Monday).

If you’re in one of my online classes, BUS 100-80 or BUS 263-80, the links above will take you to the blogs for those classes, where you’ll find regular updates, course materials, and of course the syllabus.

Have a good semester.

PRL 101 grade calculator

Some of you may be wondering how you’re doing in the course and what you’ll need to make on the last test and the Learning Reflection to earn the grade you’d like in this class. Here is a spreadsheet with the final grade calculation formula that you can use to plug in you grades so far to see how you’re doing. Just click the ‘Click to Edit’ button and fill in the grades you’ve earned so far and then estimate your remaining grades.  The ‘Team Assignments’ grade is the average of your in-class assignments, and the ‘Teamwork’ grade assesses your contributions to your team’s success. I’ll assign this grade based on your own self-evaluation, your team-mates’ evaluations, and my observations of your in-class work. The Learning Reflection is worth 5 points, so estimate what you think you’ll earn, up to 5 points.

BUS 263-01 grade calculator

Some of you may be wondering how you’re doing in the course and what you’ll need to make on the last test and the Learning Reflection to earn the grade you’d like in this class. Here is a spreadsheet with the final grade calculation formula that you can use to plug in you grades so far to see how you’re doing. Just click the ‘Click to Edit’ button and fill in the grades you’ve earned so far and then estimate your remaining grades. The “Team Assignments” grade is the average of your in-class assignments, and the “Teamwork” grade assesses your contributions to your team’s success. I’ll assign this grade based on your own self-evaluation, your team-mates’ evaluations, and my observations of your in-class work. The Learning Reflection is worth 5 points, so estimate what you think you’ll earn, up to 5 points.