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THE COMM 101 COURSE MENU
button links to the course Syllabus. The
Syllabus is a keystone document for this
course. It has class
information, expectations, grading
This button also links to the “Course
Calendar”. The Course Calendar
provides a visual map of course
objectives and assessments. You should
make consistent reference to both of
these documents to ensure that you are
achieving all the objectives of the
button links to your instructor’s
page for a brief biography, contact
information, and office hours.
button links to weekly folders. A
folder contains that week’s
assignments, objectives, and
This button will most likely be
the button that you will start
your work with.
button links to the important components of class
Lecture Notes this links to the notes that your instructor
uses to deliver presentations. Many students will print
these out and add notes of their own as they watch
PowerPoints This button links to your instructor’s
PowerPoints. Many students use these as flashcards as
they study for quizzes/exams.
Lecture Videos are available through this link. Students
will watch these lectures in preparation for coursework
and quizzes, and to supplement textbook reading.
It is important to note that some lecture videos
may not become available until later in the week.
We upload the lectures as they occur in our face-to-
button will lead each student to
the quizzes or exams that will be
administered during that week’s
You can find Exam Reviews there.
button links to the Group
Discussion Board, Group e-mail,
and Group Collaboration.
In this course, your gateway to all
button links to the specific
requirements of course exercises
and, upon occasion, to examples
of exemplary work by previous
Since you will be submitting your
exercises for revision to the
writing center, there are also links
to the writing center.
button links to the specific speech
requirements, tips, and outline
requirements for your speeches.
Links to videos of Demonstration
SELF EVALUATION PAPER
button links to the specific
requirements of your culminating
paper. This self evaluation paper,
assigned toward the end of the
course, will ask you to consider
your development and continuing
needs as a communicator.
button links to your Grade book.
You should check your Grade
book frequently. After you
instructor enters a grade and you
leave it uncontested for a week,
we consider it correct and
If you suspect your instructor
entered a mistaken grade—
notify them immediately.
ASK THE INSTRUCTOR
button links to the Ask the
Instructor Discussion Board. You
should post generic questions that
have value to other students in
the “Ask the Instructor”
discussion board. In other
words, if other students are likely
to have or benefit from the
question, post in this thread.
button links to this resource
cornucopia for students. The list is
too long to include here.
You should definitely familiarize
yourself with this button.
this button also has a folder with
Screencasts. Screencasts are
recordings of a computer in action.
They will help you to perform some
of the technological functions of the
EXTRA CREDIT INFORMATION
button links to extra credit
opportunities that “may” be given
over the course of the semester.
this button will become functional
1 to 2 weeks prior to the semester
end. It links to the course
evaluation survey and will be an
extra credit opportunity for the