Distance Learning Science Section
English 302 - Spring 98
See registration instructions below:
Natural Science (Section N010) - taught by Virginia Montecino (e-mail: email@example.com; web site: http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin)
- 1st two meetings in person at GMU main campus -
Course Description: This course fulfills the requirements for English 302 (students must achieve a grade of C or better to pass Engl 302). There is a significant amount of writing and research in English 302. A major research paper is required. Class activities (discussion, response to drafts, paper submission, etc,) will be conducted via various computer-mediated communication mediums. Students will use the Internet for research and reports. Students will create web pages and use a web-based discussion program called Townhall) for asynchronous class meetings. The instructor will meet in person with the class at the beginning of the semester to explain course requirements, review syllabus, discuss basic technology and modes of communication. At the end of the semeste r students will meet in person to present the critiques of web resources in their majors in an oral and web presentation..
Student prerequisites: third or fourth year students with a minimum of 45 credit hours, have a declared major appropriate for the section in which they enroll.
Syllabi on the instructor's web page may or may not be current at this posting.
Check out http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/table-sp97.htm for last year's dis ed course (may vary next semester) and
To enroll and find out further details, contact:
English Department, George Mason University: 703-993-1160
Robinson Hall A 487
You must register in person in the English Department or contact English Department via telephone.
No standard 4GMU telephone registration for this section