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Welcome Newsletter

  1. 1. WELCOME TO ENGLISH COMPOSITION at Full Sail University YOUR INSTRUCTOR Hi! My name is Jaclyn Sullivan and I’m so glad to have you in my class. Please feel free to call me Jaclyn, Ms. Sullivan, or Professor Sullivan. Just don’t call me Jackie--I hate that! Here’s how you can reach me this month: 407.679-0100 ext. 8968 jsullivan@fullsail.com STUFF TO KNOW CHECKING GRADES On FSO go to the GRADES page to view your grades. Click on a grade for an assignment to view feedback. YOUR BOOK fullsailenglish2 JACLYN SULLIVAN STUFF TO KNOW EMAIL POLICY You are responsible for checking your Full Sail email address daily and for reading emails from your instructor. FSO SUPPORT Download the class e-book, How To Write Anything, from VitalSource during Week 1. Instructions are under the Announcements on your dashboard. If you experience technical difficulties or have trouble navigating the system, please contact FSO Support at 1-877-437-6349 or email fsosupport@fullsail.com. LATE WORK POLICY ANNOUNCEMENTS Late work is not accepted in English Composition. If an assignment is not turned in by the assigned due date, it will receive an automatic 0 and 5 points will be deducted from the Professionalism grade. You are expected to stay upto-date with the class announcements. Announcements are posted on your FSO Dashboard. Check the Announcements board daily. STUFF TO KNOW PARTICIPATION You are expected to participate in the weekly discussions by replying to classmates posts and asking questions. WRITING CENTER If you need extra help with writing you can obtain it by contacting the Writing Center at writingcenter@fullsail.com AUTO DEDUCTIONS 5 points will be deducted automatically for the following: • Not capitalizing the beginning of a sentence or the names of people. • Not capitalizing I. • Using the letter u for the word you. • Not using punctuation at the ends of sentences.

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