How to Submit Assignments
Follow directions. Read hints provided completely and make sure you have not made errors that have been pointed out. If you have questions, ask in class or via email.
Use the Help menu that comes with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Use the many tutorials suggested on this site.
Work submitted with your name is to be YOURS. Get help from others, but do your own work. By submitting work with your name on it you claim that you understand it and can explain it.
Please do NOT put things in my office or in my faculty mail box or hand them to me in the halls.
Check and proof read your work. Have a fellow classmate proofread assignments (you'll both learn something.)
Obey correct English grammar rules (its/it's, spelling, underlining, quoting (") etc.)
College-level work is expected.
Turn work in on time (or early.)
Credit is lost for not following directions.
When you submit work on or before its date due, you may correct your mistakes and resubmit it to improve your grade.
Assignments are to be submitted on paper (due to the current high level of really vicious viruses that are transmitted via email attachments).
If you are going to miss a class or you want some early feedback, assignments can also be submitted by:
After the 7th week of the term email with an improper subject will be returned ungraded.
Do NOT send files as attachments.
Submit only 1 (one) assignment per email
Don't fall Behind!
Submit a maximum of 2 assignments per week
A good subject for all email is critical since determines whether the message will be opened and read or deleted. The subject is propagated into reply's and forward's. An if the email is put in a folder, the subject is helps retrieve if (like the little tab that sticks up in paper folders).
ALL assignment should have
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