Monday, January 11

For those of you who want to get started early, the course is NOW OPEN if you want to get a head start on the semster!

Course websites. You will find all the information you need about the course assignments at the website for the class you are enrolled in. Just click on Week 1 Orientation to get started on the assignments:
You will see all fifteen weeks of the semester listed on the homepage of each of the course websites - and you are welcome to work as far ahead as you want. If you have some free time now before your other classes begin, you could get a really good head start on the class! :-)

Welcome email. On Monday morning, January 11, I sent around an email to everyone enrolled in the class with information about how to get started early if you want. PLEASE REPLY to that email so that I will know you are checking your OU email, even if you are not going to start the class early.

Ning invitation email. In a separate email on Monday morning, I sent an invitation so that you can sign up at the class Ning website. You can click on the link in that email to join the Ning - and make sure you took a look at the additional instructions here: Activating your Ning account. If you need me to send you an invitation email again, just let me know.

Desire2Learn. When you log on to Desire2Learn, you should see the course listed in "Spring 2010 Courses." If you do not see the course listed, please contact me about that right away.

Questions...? The first week's Orientation activities are designed to introduce you to all the class activities and procedures, so don't worry: everything will become a lot more clear as you work your way through the Orientation! Meanwhile, feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the class that are not answered at the course website.