Day Care Appendix CAP-1 through CAP-15 Word Capstone Project - Creating a One-Page Flyer with a Picture and a Table PowerPoint Capstone Project - Creating a Presentation with Images and Transitions Excel Capstone Project - Analyzing and Presenting Fundraising Date Access Capstone Project - Creating, Querying, and Maintaining the Wee Ones Database Assignments Introduction to Computers Pages COM – 1 through COM – 40 Deadline for all work in this chapter – August 27 • Assignment
midterm exam, four assignments, and a final exam as listed under “Grading Scheme” below. There is a quiz at the end of each topic/chapter. The midterm quiz covers chapters 1 to 9 inclusive and the final quiz covers the entire course. All the quizzes are True/False and multiple choice types available in Blackboard. All the quizzes are open-book but because of the limited time available to take a quiz, you must have good knowledge of the content before taking the test. You are responsible for checking
and Quizzes You will find the course modules in the Course Content area of the WebTycho classroom. At the end of each module, you will find a short quiz that tests your understanding of the various concepts in the module. The results of these quizzes will be sent to me for inclusion in the course grade (4% for each module). You will also complete a quiz on each module during the course that covers practical exercises from the module which will be administered during our F2F sessions. These quizzes
You are given 7 weeks to cover 6-7 chapters of text. You should work ahead or follow the Course Calendar to complete all the work in a timely manner. If a situation arises that you are unable to complete the work in the suggested timeline please contact me via blackboard message or phone. 5. Extra Credit Students do have the option earn 50 points extra credits for online participation/activity in mindtap. Extra credit will only be added per request
ART 305: ART & MASS CULTURE Class Syllabus Professor Eve Wood Fall 2014 Office hours: Thu 3PM & by appt. Office: Sagebrush 224 Office phone: (818) 677-6454 - no messages E-mail: email@example.com Meeting time: ONLINE COURSE DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Completion of the lower division writing requirement. An introduction for the non-art major to the relationships between art and mass culture. Illustrated lectures explore the development, techniques, and ideas underlying the
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January 5, 2013 1. What is the instructor’s name (spelling counts)? Where did the instructor go to college? The instructor’s name is Jane Smith. 2. What is the instructor’s email address to be used for questions and submission of projects? 3. What day(s) of each week are Chapter homework assignments always due? Chapter homework assignments are always due on Thursdays and Sundays. Furthermore, discussions are due every Tuesday. 4. What is the time deadline (hour:minutes, AM or
Discussions: For each week, you are required to participate in 1-5 discussions. The purpose of discussion is to stimulate scholarly thought and reflection among class members. Unless otherwise designated by the instructor, DISCUSSION MUST BE POSTED BY 11:59 P.M. ON THE DAY STATED IN THE WEEKLY AGENDA. The online environment allows you to work at your convenience; thus late discussion, e-mailed discussion, and make-up work are not accepted