Orientation for this course is REQUIRED.
Failure to participate in a REQUIRED orientation, as specified below, may jeopardize your grade.
Your instructor has scheduled an independent orientation for this course, as specified here.
|Time:||7:30 to 9:30 p.m.|
|Location:||Rollins 127 (If your orientation is a face-to-face meeting, the orientation location is Newtown Campus unless otherwise indicated.)|
Other Orientation Information
We'll have one MANDATORY in-class orientation at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23, in Rollins 127. For more info go to www.bucks.edu/journalism and click the "Online Learning" link at the left.
NOTE: I DON'T USE CANVAS. YOU'LL BE USING MY WEBSITE - www.bucks.edu/journalism
Instructor's Welcome Page
Your instructor's detailed information page (referred to as
a "welcome page") is:
Accessing Your Course
Your instructor has developed a website to be used in this course.
Specific details for accessing this website
will be provided by your instructor.
Purchasing Your Books and Other Course Materials
While you may purchase your books and other course materials from the provider of your choice (using the
ISBN number available through the course's academic department
where applicable to ensure the correct version), both the campus bookstore
and our online bookstore,
guarantee that they stock the correct version for your course.
Approximately 3 weeks prior to the start of the session you can use the link
below to see the list of books that have been selected by your instructor. If you have
any questions about the course materials listed, please contact your instructor or the academic
this link to see the book list for your course.
Other Information about the Course
IMPORTANT: I DON'T USE CANVAS SO YOU WON'T FIND MY COURSE OR ANY INFORMATION ABOUT IT THERE. YOU MUST ATTEND THE COURSE ORIENTATION AND YOU WILL BE USING MY WEBSITE LOCATED AT www.bucks.edu/journalism
ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an exciting course! You'll write roughly 10 articles over the course of the semester. You'll cover crime, the courts and town government meetings, among other things. You'll write articles for the Centurion, the college's student newspaper. You'll do deadline writing exercises. And you'll interview people and use the Internet and other electronic databases to dig up information.