If you are on campus, they are located in the basement of Lovejoy Library, LB-0005.
In order to get started with learning how to use Blackboard and making sure it works with your computer's browsers, you will want to visit these sites: Blackboard: Getting Started Frequently Asked Questions ACADEMIC DISHONESTY Any student found engaging in an act of academic dishonesty will be promptly dismissed from the course with a grade of "F." By "academic dishonesty," I mean PLAGIARISM (the act of representing the work of another as one's own), which the University considers a grave breach of intellectual integrity.
DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS If you feel that you are entitled to special academic accommodations for documented disabilities, please contact the Disability Support Services office in Rendleman Hall #1218 (Phillip Pownall, Director), or visit their website, and they will help you fill out the necessary paperwork.
Throughout the novel, Christopher Mc Candless’s character changed over time.
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You will not be able to pass this course without becoming a proficient user of Blackboard (which, by the way, is extremely user-friendly).
It is IMPERATIVE that you consult this interactive syllabus as well as our Blackboard course site on a daily basis, so that you don't miss out on important announcements, links, etc.
To me, there is no such thing as a secret world of the bears. This course will also include several contemporary films that explore the same thematic territory and that also draw upon the traditions of earlier literatures.
Although this is an online course, lecturing (i.e., written and/or spoken lectures) will not be a main component of this course; rather, assigned texts and films will be supplemented by links to important background material, and to discussion prompts, all designed to help you to better understand the primary course material.