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      Summer Computer Courses @ NCCC


Class Session Internet ClassNumber of Points
#1
Monday July 9
Syllabus
Email
Introductions
Homework Form
Session Overview


      1.0
      2.0
      3.0


#2
Thursday July 12
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#3
Monday July 16
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Essay #1


      2.0
      2.0
      5.5 (Due July 25th)

#4
Thursday July 19
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#5
Monday July 23
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#6
Thursday July 26
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Essay #2


      2.0
      2.0
      5.5 (Due on August 1)

#7
Monday July 30
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#8
Thursday August 2
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#9
Monday August 6
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Essay #3


      2.0
      2.0
      5.5 (Due on August 15)

#10
Thursday August 9
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#11
Monday August 13
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Homework Form


      2.0
      2.0
      4.0

#12
Thursday August 16
Session Overview
External Links
Talk About Topics
Final Exam


      2.0
      2.0
      5.5




** Disclaimer Notation: The Point System allocation of points totals up to a total of 100 points - however this does not necessarily equate to 100% as in an A/grade. By completing all assignments, the student is working at an average completion and is therefore doing C/work. In order to receive a grade higher than a C (a B or an A), the student is required to (1)participate in all class discussions on the class forum, (2)complete all assignments on time - no "lateness" for any reason, (3)have excellent, complete, and interesting email and forum postings, (4)demonstrate understanding and learning of the material studied during the semester.