Sunday, January 16, 2005

The Syllabi and the Gateways

If you are reading this, then you are most likely enrolled in Communication 200 and/or 226. Both of these classes will involve substantial blog work, including using this forum for the distribution of information and announcements. In other words, you should bookmark this page and come to it on a daily basis.

If you look to your left you will notice a number of links, two of which are the two classes I am teaching this semester. These lead you to some "less-than-exciting" gateways that are link you to content that is relevant to each of the courses. Please read the gateway that is relevant to your class today! This includes the link to the Communication Department's Mission Statement. After that, feel free to go through these pages, give suggestions and utilize them as the tools that they are menat to be. Please note: these pages are rather "wordy". They are meant to "frame" the readings and the coursework more than entertain. I may point to one section or more throughout the course in class. When I do that, it is probably a good idea to go back to these portions of these frames and inspect what it contains. I will post links to assignments and tip sheets in these pages as well, most likely they will be in the "gateway portion".

Finally, here are the two links that have your syllabi. Your first assignment: Read the syllabi on your own time and expect to get quizzed on part of it on Friday.
1) Communication 200 Syllabus

2) Communication 226 Syllabus.

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