I sent an email and am also contacting you here! I’ve updated our syllabus to reflect the later date for revised research essays. As discussed in class:
Tuesday, Dec. 12: In-Class Essay 4 and Review of Diagnostic Essay 2
Thursday, Dec. 14: Revisions of Research Essay Due (Prep for Final Exam–distribution of Final Exam, Part 1)
Tuesday, Dec. 19: Final Exam, Part 2, In-Class; DUE: Final Exam Part 1 (required); Revisions for Essay 4
Here is the flyer for the Registration Workshops I handed out in class. Go if you can!
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This article came out this week in the New York Times and may be of interest to you as you finish your first semester and think about college classes and registration for next semester. There is a chart that shows the lifetime earnings of various majors; however, the main gist is to pursue a major that you personally find value in pursuing.
No! This is not a “required” reading. It should be, however, of great interest to you.
Here is a survey for the OER you are taking part in. I will not know how you answered and this will not affect your grade in anyway.
This is the updated syllabus! It is also on the Course Information page of this OpenLab site. We are deeply into the second half of the semester everyone!
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This Washington Post article, “Still Questioning Whether College is Worth It? Read This,” was published in July 2016. We will discuss this in class and consider Danielle Douglas-Gabriel’s ideas as you are working on Essay 2, which asks you to think critically about your values and life choices and the degree you are currently completing.
Your City Tech email is how the College will communicate with you throughout your student years, so it is important to set your account up! If you have not already done so, try these instructions from City Tech’s website.
Go to the “Frequently Asked Questions” and look for Student Email.
Current Students-Frequently Asked Questions
This page states:
“In order to access your email account, go to: http://outlook.com/mail.citytech.cuny.edu
Password: It’s your date of birth in a six digit format MMDDYY and the last four digits of your EMPLID. For example: If your date of birth is 01/06/86 and the last four digits of your EMPLID is 1234, then your password is 0106861234 ( no spaces OR dashes)
If this does not work, go to the Atrium Learning Center or the New Student Center on the first floor of the Atrium Building.