Welcome to each of you! My primary goal for the semester is to help you have a successful experience as you progress through your studies.
Scroll down this page and you will find a link for your course. Click the link for access to a variety of materials which should be helpful as the semester progresses. Please call, send email or come to my office whenever I may be of assistance.
Please include your name and the name of your course in the subject line of email messages.
I hope that you have a productive semester!
Etiquette for Email (required reading for all students)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Click the appropriate link below and you will have access to the various components of your web course. Prior to purchasing the materials for the course, I suggest that you become familiar with this information in order to be certain that a web course is for you. Web courses are a wonderful educational opportunity, BUT they are not appropriate for all students. The most common mistake students make is procrastination. Web courses are more challenging in many ways than traditional classroom courses.
You must complete the assignments in the semester calendars for web courses absolutely no later than the dates indicated. Please read the school policy in the college catalog and course syllabus regarding unsatisfactory progress. I encourage you to work ahead of the calendar and complete the tests early to avoid last minute surprises on the last day to complete a test. You have the opportunity to complete these courses early in the semester, if you wish.
Textbook Advisory: You must be absolutely certain that you have the correct textbook for your course. Check the syllabus for the correct title, author, and edition. NSCC web students may purchase their textbooks in person or online through the NSCC bookstore. Plan to have your textbook on the first day of class because assignments will start immediately.
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