How does the Online class work?

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How does the Online class work?

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At home or work or in the Math tutoring lab, you will learn the course material by reading the textbook and doing online interactive exercises. You will do your homework on paper (just like you do in a regular class). Online, you need to take the online tests and quizzes. You also need to interact with your classmates by posting your opinion, answer your classmates’ questions in the Discussion Forum and E-mail. You will have one or more on-campus midterm(s) and a final examination. If you have a question, you can post your questions in the Discussion Forum, contact me by E-mail, or phone. You can also go to Math Tutoring Lab or make an appointment to meet me in person. I am usually available during my office hours listed in the Syllabus.

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Using a web browser, you will log on to the internet and navigate to the UMASS Online site. You will log in to the site using a user name and password provided to you at the start of class. Each week, in the assigned folders online, the instructor will post a new lecture (the instructor will inform you at the beginning of the course what day of the week this will take place). The instructor may note additional readings or websites that are part of homework. An assignment incorporating aspects discussed in the lecture will be posted at this time as well. Students will have the next week to complete the assignment and post it in the section of the course allocated for assignment postings. Additionally, students are required to visit and participate in the threaded discussion section of the course, where students can communicate to each other and to the instructor to discuss topics relevant to the lecture, or their homework.

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Using a web browser, you will log on to the internet and navigate to the UMASS Online site. You will log in to the site using a user name and password provided to you at the start of class. Each week, in the assigned folders online, the instructor will post a new lecture (the instructor will inform you at the beginning of the course what day of the week this will take place). The instructor may note additional readings or websites that are part of homework. An assignment incorporating aspects discussed in the lecture will be posted at this time as well. Students will have the next week to complete the assignment and post it in the section of the course allocated for assignment postings. Additionally, students are required to visit and participate in the threaded discussion section of the course, where students can communicate to each other and to the instructor to discuss topics relevant to the lecture, or their homework. As assignments are completed, the instructor will review and pro

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Basically much like a real class except you do not come to class for lectures or to turn in your assignments. Lectures are prerecorded and can be viewed on www.YourOtherTeacher.com (there is a cost to watch these videos). There are weekly assignments (quizzes) and they are uploaded using Blackboard. Tests can be taken at Cuesta or at a proctoring center near where you live. Please see the below for more detailed information.

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1- Fill the registration form and payment page. 2- Print the message on the confirmation screen: it contains all the instructions you need to start the course. The same message will be automatically sent to the last email address you entered in your registration form. If you do not receive it, look for it in your junk box, it might have been considered a spam. 3- In your confirmation message you receive a username and password to access your personal profile. They Can be modified by editing your profile. You will need them to access worksheets.

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