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Subject:Re: Hayhoe's online class--info for students From:David Hailey <FAHAILEY -at- WPO -dot- HASS -dot- USU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 1 Oct 1997 08:25:28 -0600
For those of you who have registered for George Hayhoe's online class, send
your e-mail addresses to Chris Okelberry at chriso -at- english -dot- usu -dot- edu -dot- He will
put them into our system so you will be able to effectively communicate with
each other. Explore the class site, it is now up and running. Classes begin
October 3, but I expect that George may want to spend a few days getting
acquainted, and you will probably want time to work out the bugs.
For those of you who have not registered but are still considering it, there
is still room and still time. You can usually register up to about a week
after classes start.
Register by calling Vicky Larson @ 801 797-3697. She can take your
information and place you in the class. If you register late, send your
e-mail to Chris at the above address so that we can get you going.
Any other information? Call me (David Hailey) @ 801 797-2741. I'll be happy
to help you (in a pinch, I can even register you).
Hoping this helps. . .
Utah State University
fahailey -at- wpo -dot- hass -dot- usu -dot- edu