This section provides easy access to course communication tools. If you are new to electronic communication you might want to review netiquette guidelines on courtesy, common sense, and general rules concerning language use and abuse. Students enrolled in the course will need to subscribe to the class Listserv/Listproc (discussion group). Group discussions using COW (Conferencing on the Web) require a separate logon name and password which will be distributed via e-mail. The Online Meetings are scheduled CHAT sessions (synchronous, real-time communication where everyone's words appear on the computer monitor). To use CHAT you will need to download the appropriate software for your computer. Refer to the UCCS Web page at http://www.csus.edu/uccs/chat/ to download the software.
Use the Post-It links for additional resources and examples. Delete the link upon completion of your page.
"Virtual office hours" through electronic mail, the class discussion list, COW and CHAT sessions allow quick feedback. The discussion list serves as a forum for students to help each other by suggesting answers and engaging in online conversations.
E309K Topics in Writing, University of Texas at Austin, posting of student projects.
E309K Topics in Writing, University of Texas at Austin, message forums.
History 2613, American Indian History, listserv information example.
Provide information on the resource if it is supported.
List student guidelines and how your students will be using the resource in the class
Spirituality and the Classroom Virtual Roundtable, Mark Stoner, CSU Sacramento.
USGS, Ask-A-Geologist example
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