Some things you need to think about if
you are considering taking an on-line course.
1. Online courses are not "easier". Just because you are not 'in class', that does not mean that you get to skip work you should be doing.
2. Online classes take a good level of maturity and self-discipline. You must set aside regular times during the week to work on your assignments, particularly as may are time and cannot be completed once they have expired.
3. You must participate in ALL aspects of your course. If your online course requires discussion boards, or peer review, or chat, you must participate.
4. Do not wait until the last minute. Alway assume server failure ten minutes prior to the deadline for your assignments and get it done before then.
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ab urbe condita
(from the Foundation of the City, Rome, that
is....2009, for those of you on a different calendar).
Online Courses: Summer 2013
SR 50686 HIST 2010 904 23M 3.000 U.S. To 1877 TBA Melanie K Storie (P) 06/10-08/16 COURSE ONLINE
SR 51589 HIST 2010 910 23M 3.000 U.S. To 1877 TBA Steven E Nash (P) 06/10-07/12 COURSE ONLINE
C 50690 HIST 3520 900 23M 3.000 Appalachia and War TBA Charles Strong Olson (P) 07/15-08/16 COURSE ONLINE
SR 50688 HIST 3950 904 23M 3.000 The History of Espionage & Treason In the Early Republic TBA Dinah Mayo-Bobee (P) 07/15-08/16 COURSE ONLINE