Distance Learning (SparkCharts)

Distance Learning (SparkCharts)

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SparkChartsTM—created by Harvard students for students everywhere—serve as study companions and reference tools that cover a wide range of college and graduate school subjects, including Business, Computer Programming, Medicine, Law, Foreign Language, Humanities, and Science. Titles like How to Study, Microsoft Word for Windows, Microsoft Powerpoint for Windows, and HTML give you what it takes to find success in school and beyond. Outlines and summaries cover key points, while diagrams and tables make difficult concepts easier to digest. 

This four-page chart includes:

  • Punctuation uses
  • Help with composing sentences, paragraphs, and essays
  • Guidelines on style
  • A list of commonly confused words and phrases, with examples
  • A table of irregular verbs
  • A list of commonly misspelled words

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781411400597
Publisher: Sterling
Publication date: 01/08/2004
Series: SparkCharts Series
Pages: 6
Sales rank: 337,128
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)

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Distance Learning (SparkCharts) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Buy this if you are starting an online class or program. Buy this if you are teaching an online course. This 'cheat-sheet' gives practical tips about how to study and prepare for online 'and instructional tv' courses. It has best practices for students. These 'Top 10' practices are very helpful. For instance, it discusses how to set up a study place and time. It also help you calculate the study time necessary, online etiquette, and other tips about what your professor expects from you. It is an excellent source for faculty and students to use when taking an online class -- it clarifies expectations. It would be good for a class to use at the front end of an online program or class. It would open up great discussions. Sure, all the background material is here too -- when online classes started, how they grew, what to watch out for, etc. Best aspect -- the 'Best Practices' -- a list for students and a different list for faculty.