You will begin your online classes at your regularly scheduled time, 6:30 PM. Please see the following instructions below on how to access your online course:
Below is an example of a classroom board. Any announcements will be made by your instructor on the classroom board called “Stream.” We ask that you familiarize yourself with the platform on the first day. The link to your online lecture will be posted on the stream.
Your instructor will be online at 6:30 PM and will post a link to join the live session on Google Classroom. You will be using a platform called Discord to join the live lecture.
Your instructor will post your assignments on Google Classroom.
Students that do not have Adobe programs at home will have the option to do the following:
Please note that if you are continuing next session, all graphic design classes will be using Adobe programs. You can cancel your subscription at any time, however you will not be able to receive the student discount if you subscribe again. Please read the terms and conditions carefully on the Adobe website.
Link to purchase or sign up https://adobe.ly/2Um49As
Your class attendance is recorded using two methods, a paper sign in/out and a digital sign in/sign out. For online classes, you will have to sign in TWICE digitally through Google Classroom AND SurveyMonkey. Also keep in mind, your instructor records your attendance, including your tardiness and early departures.
To sign in on Google Classroom, a question will automatically be posted to either sign in or sign out.
Once you click on the question, it will prompt you to answer it and also it will show you the link to sign in on SurveyMonkey too. Your instructor will announce a code verbally and through text on Discord. The instructor uses a color and number system as the class codes. Then you type in the code into the question posted on Google Classroom and also in the SurveyMonkey link provided.
Please remember to sign in/sign out using BOTH Google Classroom and SurveyMonkey and to maintain a 90% attendance rate throughout your classes. If your attendance falls below 90%, you will be contacted by the Academic Department with an attendance warning.