Crucial Info for Fall 2014:
Instructor: Dr. Loren R. Schmidt
Telephone: (509) 865-8542 or Ext. 3108 (Work); (509) 574-8486 (Home)
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or (backup) email@example.com
Prof. Schmidt's Office: Heritage Village 3108, Heritage University, 3240 Fort Rd., Toppenish, WA 98948
Prof. Schmidt's Virtual Office Hours on Elluminate: T 6-8 pm PDT/PST or by appointment
Prof. Schmidt's Physical Office Hours (available by phone): TBA/By appointment.
Time and Place:
Class Sessions Available in Person OR Online, Supplemented Via Internet with Class Forums on Heritage University Virtual Campus (AKA MyHeritage)
Option I: Internet Only (requires student to attend/view Elluminate sessions and/or work through other materials on MyHeritage to replace class sessions). Most students will choose this option.
Option II: Attend in-person class sessions and complete supplemental materials on MyHeritage. In-person class sessions will be scheduled Th 320-435 pm PDT but will also be available via Elluminate.
Option III: Attend SOME class sessions in person or via Elluminate and complete supplemental materials on MyHeritage to replace class sessions missed.
MYHERITAGE CODES AVAILABLE!!
OCICU students should have received their codes in a letter from the HU Registrar. HU students without codes should contact Instructor, ASC, or Graduate Program Administrative Assistants ASAP!
8/25-12/5 for 15-week students. 8/25-10/19 OR 10/20-12/14 for 8-week students. The course schedule is set up for an 8-week term, so students may complete the coursework in 8 weeks and have a grade submitted at that time OR may take up to 15 weeks to complete the remaining assignments, depending on how they registered.
Gerald Vizenor, Native American Literature : A Brief Introduction and Anthology (NY: HarperCollins Literary [Longman], 1997).
N. Scott Momaday, House Made of Dawn, any edition you like OR you may substitute another novel with the permission of the instructor.
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