Course Materials: Calendar
Examine the schedule below. The first column contains dates. The second column contains activities you should work on during the week indicated by the date. The third column showns specific assignments that are due on the date indicated in the first column.
One advantage of this type of course is flexibility. However based on my experiences teaching online, it's important to establish due dates. The due dates are provided to ensure that all students are successful in this course. Please let me know if you need to change these dates because of personal or professional responsibilities.
Tremor assignments require both a posting and a reply. The initial posting must be made BY the due date indicated below. TWO-THREE days is provided for making replies. Your instructor will not grade the postings/replies until TWO-THREE days after the due date to allow time for reflection and replies. Since these assignments are intended to be short-term, interactive assignments, late postings and replies WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED without prior arrangements.
All assignments are due by MIDNIGHT (Indianapolis Time) on the dates listed.
Time stamps will be according to the OnCourse server. If your computer is set to a different time than the server is, you may want to make a note of this and plan accordingly. Please do not forget Mr. Murphy and his law, either. If you are counting on being able to submit an assignment "in the nick of time," the chances of Murphy's law being put into play are quite high. I suggest that you allow a generous cushion of time when submitting assignments, just in case something goes wrong and you need some time to troubleshoot the problem.