Taking an online course requires a number of technical skills as well as other soft skills. However, at a minimum you will need to meet certain technology responsibilities to complete work for this course. If you have questions about technical requirements for the course, please contact me immediately.
To begin in this course, you must:
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The dates for final exams are published in the course schedule each semester (at http://registration.nmsu.edu/ (Click on Fall 2016 on the tabs at the top of the page.). The final exam period is expected to be a class meeting time, even if no final exam is administered at that time. The date or time at which the final is offered may not be changed without the unanimous approval of students in the course, as well as the approval of the department head. No exam given during the week before Finals Week may be more than one class period in length. If your class is offered at times that do not match the standard university time blocks, please check to make sure that the classroom is available for your final exam. Most classrooms are scheduled through Academic Scheduling, 646-4718.
Use the following browsers in Canvas. Please remember to update the web browser you are using to access Canvas. Microsoft Internet Explorer and Edge are not recommended for use with Canvas at this time.
The ICT Customer Service Center is equipped to deal with all of your information technology (IT) and telecommunications needs at NMSU. The ICT Customer Service Center hours of operation are from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Friday Mountain Time. Please feel free to contact them at 646-1840 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
You can also go to the Student Technology Help web page and Student Resources located at the Canvas web page for additional information on Canvas.
List the tools that you use in this course and include a link to each 508 compliance statement. If you do not have the compliance statement, do a Google search to find it.
Include the link to NMSU’s http://sas.nmsu.edu/ for further assistance.
Accessibility Statements or Voluntary Product Accessibility statements can be found here.
Some general or common VPAT links. Add or revise as needed.