Assignment One-- The Email Assignment DUE Tuesday 9 September 2008 4:00 PM
This assignment is important because 1:--it allows me to build a discussion listserv so I can send email messages to the class 2-- it allows me to get to know you, your background, and your expectations, and 3-- it allows me to be able to get in touch with you in case of emergency.
The only difficulty of the assignment is whether or not your send me the email correctly as what you put in the subject line makes a difference! Your subject line should read ITMG 360 Assignment One. This is done because I receive a large amount of email each day and I use folders to organize my incoming email. If you fail to use the correct subject heading your assignment will get placed into the dark black hole abyss main Inbox folder and it may not be seen by me--and if so you will not receive credit! Click here to see a visual example.
Also note that you should use always use ITMG 360 in the subject line for any correspondence!
What Information should be
in your email
Preferred Name (nickname)
Describe your experience and comfort level with computers
What prior IS courses have you taken? Is this class required or elective?
What do you expect to get out of this class, ie. any interest in a specific topic?
What was the best class that you have had at USD? Why? Who was the instructor?
What do you expect to get out of this class, ie. any interest in a specific topic or what would make this class be considered a 'home run' to you?
What do you like to do for fun, hobbies, interests?
At the very end of
the email you need to type (verbatim) the following words:
I have read over the syllabus for ITMG 360 section 1 and understand it completely. I also acknowledge that in order to receive the grade I desire I must obtain the exact point value or greater. I also understand that Dr. Rebman will not be able to round up because he is using a technical-based program to calculate grades. Lastly, I understand that Dr. Rebman cannot give me a grade but rather that I have to earn it.
(write out your name again)