Olympic College


Return to Kevin's Home Page
Return to the OC Homepage

Syllabus for CIS 111 – Introduction to Operating Systems

Summer 2013 (Revised 6/30/13)

 

Prerequisites:

  • CIS 110 – Information Systems Concepts
  • or concurrent enrollment in CIS 110
  • or Permission from the Instructor

Course Description:

This course serves as an introduction to operating system theory and common operating systems found in business environments, like Windows, MSDOS, and UNIX, with hands-on activities.

Course Learning Objectives:

Upon success completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Identify and articulate the goals and resources of an operating system.
  • Discuss and demonstrate the foundations of the Microsoft graphical user experience.
  • Discuss and demonstrate the foundations of the Linux graphical user experience.
  • Discuss and demonstrate the use of basic Microsoft CLI commands and scripts to manage files effectively.
  • Discuss and demonstrate the use of basic Linux CLI commands and scripts to manage files effectively.

Course Learning Outcomes: The purpose of this course is to offer all the critical information students need to successfully move into a role as an IT professional and support various operating systems, and their associated file systems, in a business environment.  Many hands-on exercises are included, which allow students to practice skills as they are learned.

Credits: 4

Required Equipment:

Flash Memory Device (i.e. “Thumb” drive), 32 GB or larger, or an external USB Drive (any size – but 320 GB or larger is recommended), unused (i.e. “empty).

Optional Equipment:

High-Speed, Broadband, Internet Access (wired or wireless)

USB 2.0 Headset (speaker and microphone)

Spare computer for host software (e.g. Windows XP Professional, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, etc.)

If you desire to use a spare computer, but cannot afford one, you can check out a spare computer from the T-213 Lab for the duration of the quarter.  See one of the T-213 Lab technicians or an instructor in order to complete the proper paperwork.

 

Required Software:

VMware Workstation 7.1.6 for Windows (32-bit or 64-bit)

or

VMware Workstation 8.0.4 for Windows (64-bit only)

or

VMware Workstation 9.0.2 for Windows (64-bit only)

 

Optional Software: (available via download from MSDNAA/ELMS and other sources)

Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 (or Hyper-V 2.0/3.0)

Windows 7 Professional (32-bit or 64-bit) with Service Pack 1

Windows XP Professional (32-bit) with Service Pack 3

Puppy Linux

Fedora 18

 

Optional software can be obtained from one of the following sources.  See one of the T-213 Lab technicians or an instructor for assistance with obtaining course software at no additional cost to the student.

Microsoft Developer Network – Academic Alliance (MSDNAA/ELMS) –

http://tinyurl.com/2d7cdto

VMware Academic Partner Program – VMAPP –

http://tinyurl.com/yhrvqw2

 

Course Materials (Required):

Title

Edition

Author

Publisher

ISBN

 

 

 

 

 

 None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course Materials (Optional):

None

 

Course Outline

This course will consist of 10 modules covering the following topics:

Module 1: OS Basics and File Management

Module 2: Introduction to the Microsoft Command Line Interface

Module 3: Common MS-DOS Commands

Module 4: Introduction to MS-DOS Batch Files

Module 5: User Experience in MS Windows

Module 6: OS Architecture

Module 7: Introduction to the Linux Command Line Interface

Module 8: Common Bash Commands

Module 9: Introduction to VI, Bash Scripts, and FTP

Module 10: User Experience in Linux

 

Course Schedule:

Due Date

Module

Assignments

7/6

Getting Started (Orientation) – Course Overview

__biography

__ANGEL Learning Pre-survey

7/6

Module 1: OS Basics and File Management

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

7/13

Module 2: Introduction to the Microsoft Command Line Interface

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

7/13

Module 3: Common MS-DOS Commands

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

7/20

Module 4: Introduction to MS-DOS Batch Files

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

7/27

Module 5: User Experience in MS Windows

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

__ Midterm Exam

8/3

Module 6: OS Architecture

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

8/3

Module 7: Introduction to the Linux Command Line Interface

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

8/10

Module 8: Common Bash Commands

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

8/17

Module 9: Introduction to Vi, Bash Scripts, and FTP

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

8/22

Module 10: User Experience in Linux

__Discussion Board

__Unit Analysis

__Lab Journal

__ Final Exam

8/22

Final Module: Course Wrap-Up

__ Final Week Survey (Faculty Assessment)

 

 

 

Discussion Board & Chat Sessions:

Discussion is a very important component of this course. Just like in a traditional class, in this hybrid course you will be expected to participate in discussions with your instructor and fellow students about course objective topics.

Discussion Board:

Discussion Board topics are tied to specific course learning objectives for each week of the 11-week session, and comprise a substantial part of your grade for this course. Discussion board participation is required and evaluated qualitatively by the instructor. You are required to post original material for each Discussion Board (DB) assignment.  Additionally, you will be graded upon your participation in responding to your classmates’ DB posts.  Initial DB posts are due by Wednesday of the week in which they are assigned, in order to avoid a 5 point penalty (with the exception of week 1).  Up to 5 points per response will be assigned to your responses to your classmates DB posts, up to a maximum of 10 total response points.  Your initial DB post will be graded in accordance with the following rubric. Your responses to your classmates’ DB posts must be substantive and will be graded using the following rubric in a similar manner.


Sample Participation Rubric

 

Exemplary (14 – 20 points)

Satisfactory (7 – 13 points)

Unsatisfactory (0 -6 points)

Discussion

 Participation

Posts often and is actively involved in all discussions

Posts to the minimum level of required participation

Rarely posts to group or posts without purpose

Ties the course materials and activities to other readings, web sites or resources

Occasionally ties the course materials and activities to other readings, web sites or resources

Doesn’t share or reflect on course materials or activities or attempt to tie the material to other activities

Extends understanding of the material to other aspects of the student’s learning; offers explanations of why things happen the way they do

Occasionally extends understanding of the material to other aspects of the student’s learning; offers explanations of why things happen the way they do

Chats about course content or about application of course topics but does not reflect on its meanings

All of the forum assignments completed above expectations

Competes most of the forum assignments

Few forum assignments completed

Adds probing questions to extend the conversations begun by other participants

Occasionally adds probing questions to extend the conversations begun by other participants

Does not ask, or asks only superficial questions about the material.

Attempts to address other’s questions with clear logic and ties to the readings, web sites and resources offered in the course, plus deduce additional information from the material

Occasionally attempts to address other’s questions with clear logic and ties to the readings, web sites and resources offered in the course, plus deduce additional information from the material

Only offers the most rudimentary explanation for motivations or issues in the course

Reflection

In sharing experiences, asks and answers questions about why things happen and what motivated events or issues to unfold as they did/do

In sharing experiences, occasionally asks and answers questions about why things happen and what motivated events or issues to unfold as they did/do

Focuses upon completion of the material and not the relationship between the material and other issues in the course

Regularly posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Occasionally posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Seldom posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Regularly searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

Occasionally searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

Seldom searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

 

 

Lecture Schedule:

CIS 111 meets approximately 6 hours per week (during the summer quarter, only).  Each week the instructor will use the classroom time to introduce or review Windows 7 installation, configuration and management topics. Online time will be needed for research and study activities, submission of assignments, and assessments.

On-Ground Sessions

This hybrid course includes mandatory enrollment in the corresponding “lab” course which provides you with the opportunity to work with various desktop and server operating systems, various forms of virtual machine technologies, and other special resources of the T-213 Lab. This component requires your actual presence in the T-213 Lab.

The instructor delivers two hours and 50 minutes of classroom lecture time, twice per week. Classroom attendance is not mandatory and your participation in the classroom is not graded and will not be included in the course grade. Nevertheless, you are encouraged to attend as many of the classroom sessions as your schedule will allow, as opportunity for hands-on labs and real-time discussions allow for the greatest potential for learning.  You are responsible for all information covered during normally scheduled class sessions, whether you are present or not.

·         Mondays 10:00 AM to 12:50 PM (T-213 Classroom)

·         Wednesdays 10:00 AM to 12:50 PM (T-213 Classroom)

Virtual Classroom Sessions and Chat Sessions:

·         This hybrid course includes no “on-line” class sessions.

·         Classes will be recorded in Tegrity™ and made available to students via the current Learning Management System (LMS).

 

Other Course Components –

Exams

Online Testing will conducted via the Angel Learning Management System (LMS) website - http://angel.olympic.edu/

Communicating through WAOL (via the ANGEL Learning website):

Please be aware that the best way to communicate with your instructor(s) is to use the internal email system within the Angel Learning website.  From within the ANGEL Learning “Course Mail” system, always address your email to the link found under “Groups” that is titled “All course faculty” so that if you have more than one instructor teaching a course, all instructors will receive the email message and thereby increase your chance of a timely response.

Optionally you can use your Olympic College-provided student email address (e.g. johndoe@student.olympic.edu and the Outlook Web Access – OWA – website – https://student.olympic.edu/owa), but the preferred, and most reliable, method of communication will be thru ANGEL.  If you use external email (e.g. Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, MSN, Hotmail, etc.), then please be sure to add your [real] name and class number to your email so your instructor will know who it is from. If you prefer not to use the internal ANGEL email system, then you should use only your OC email address for online classes, because other external email tends to get filtered-out as it attempts to navigate its way through the Olympic College junk e-mail (S*PAM) filters. If there is something specific to you and your grades please send me an email otherwise, generally speaking, post a message to the Discussion Forum for the module that you are working on.

Be sure to first click on the link to your course, within the ANGEL Learning course management system, before using the Course Mail system, or else your email message will not be properly associated with the course that you are taking and it will come across as a “personal” email message (and it may not receive the proper attention that it deserves).

E-mail Etiquette (for email originating outside of ANGEL – e.g. OWA) – The following guidelines should be adhered to in order to assure a fast, accurate and meaningful response from e-mail sent by the student to the instructor (outside of the [internal] Angel email system – e.g. via Outlook Web Access [OWA]).  Remember, the instructor has many students in many classes.  Incorrectly formatted e-mail may hinder/delay a response back from your instructor.  Always try to first use the [internal] Angel email system (found under the “Communicate” tab within the Angel Learning system) for course related matters.  If that doesn’t work, use your OC Webmail by going to the following URL in your favorite browser (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, IE10, etc.) – https://student.olympic.edu/owa

Use the e-mail address at the bottom of the syllabus only for corresponding with your instructor about non-course related matters (or, if the ANGEL Learning course mail system appears to be inaccessible or not working).

Example:

kblackwell@olympic.edu

The subject line should always include your course number and the student’s name.  Cryptic e-mail addresses are too hard to correlate with “real” student names.  If you don’t put an appropriate subject line on your e-mail, you may not get a response.

Example:

Subject Line: CIS_111, Doe, John – This is what I need help with

 

File naming standards for CIS 111 – The following naming standards must be used when submitting assignments by electronic mail or via the “Drop Box” within ANGEL.

Lab – Course name, followed by the Module Number (Week Number), Last Name, First Name, abbreviation for the Assignment type and Assignment number

Example: CIS111_Mod10_Doe_John_LabJournal.docx

Example: CIS111_Mod10_Doe_John_UnitAnalysis.docx

 

Titling your homework for CIS 111 – The following information must appear at the top of each and every one of your homework assignments (at least at the top of the first page) in order not to lose points for improperly submitted homework.

Name:                          (e.g. John Doe)

Date:                           (e.g. April 1, 2013)

Course Number:          (e.g. CIS 111)

Assignment Number:  (e.g. Module 1 Homework)

 

Course Evaluation –

Graded Assignments:

Every Module has 3 graded assignments. Instructions for each graded assignment are provided within the Module for each week. Each graded assignment concludes with one or more deliverable products. These deliverable products are evaluated using the course evaluation methods.

Module assignments will be completed and turned in weekly.  This includes Discussion Board posts, Discussion Board replies, Unit Analysis, and Lab Journals.  Incomplete homework assignments will have deductions made accordingly, receiving only partial credit.

*NO WORK will be accepted after the end of the quarter . . . NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

Student Assessment:

A student assessment is included for every Module. When two or more chapters are covered during one Module, sometimes a single assessment will be used to cover all chapters and other times multiple assessments will be used to cover the multiple chapters.  The course platform’s testing feature is utilized for this student Self-Assessment. True/False, Multiple Choice, Yes/No, or Matching are used for students to evaluate their own knowledge acquisition for each Module’s identified course outcomes.

Assignment Weighting:

Module

Assignment Type

Points Possible

 

 

 

Getting Started (Orientation, Week 1)

Discussion Board (Extra Credit)

10* (extra credit)

 

Angel Pre-survey

10* (extra credit)

 

 

 

 Module 1 (Week 1)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 2 (Week 2)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 3 (Week 2)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 4 (Week 3)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 5 (Week 4)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

Midterm Exam

100

 

 

 

 Module 6 (Week 5)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 7 (Week 5)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 8 (Week 6)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 9 (Week 7)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

 

 

 Module 10 (Week 8)

Discussion Board

20

 

Unit Analysis

20

 

Lab Journal

40

 

Final Exam

100

 

 

 

Final Module (Week 8)

Final Week Survey (Faculty Assessment)

20* (extra credit)

 

 

 

Total

 

1000

 

Course Evaluation Grading Scale

Letter Grade

 

Qualitative Definition

Quantitative Definition

A

4.0

Superior course outcomes mastery

96 - 100

A-

3.7

 

93 - 95

B+

3.3

 

90 - 92

B

3.0

Exceeds acceptable course outcomes mastery

87 - 89

B-

2.7

 

83  - 86

C+

2.3

 

80 - 82

C

2.0

Acceptable course outcomes mastery

77 - 79

C-

1.7

 

73 - 76

D+

1.3

 

70 - 72

D

1.0

Minimum course outcomes mastery

67 - 69

D-

0.7

 

63 - 66

F

0.0

Failure to master course outcomes

62 - Less

 

Policies –

Attendance Policy:

The Attendance Policy requires students to participate in their hybrid course at least three out of seven days during each Module week. Participation is defined as uploading homework assignments, completing online assessments, classroom attendance, or discussion board posting. A student not attending the first week will be dropped from the course. If an instructor believes a student’s absences have been excessive and unjustified, the instructor may request that the student be withdrawn from the course.

Participation Requirement:

The nature of this course is sequential and comprehensive; your regular participation and communication will inevitably reflect in your performance. If you experience difficulty with the material, contact me immediately; do not fall behind and disappear.

If you wish to withdraw from this course, please inform your instructor of your decision and file the appropriate paperwork with the college’s administration.

If you are having problems or feel you are lagging behind, please contact your instructor, so that he/she may explore options to find a solution.

Grading Criteria:

A sample rubric has been posted in this syllabus (see the participation rubric - below). It outlines exactly what the criteria are for writing, participation and reflections.

If you wish to withdraw from this course, please inform your instructor of your decision and file the appropriate paperwork with the college’s administration.

If you are having problems or feel you are lagging behind, please contact your instructor, so that he/she may explore options to find a solution.


Sample Participation Rubric

 

Exemplary (A – A-)

Satisfactory (B+- C)

Unsatisfactory (C- - F)

Discussion

 Participation

Posts often and is actively involved in all discussions

Posts to the minimum level of required participation

Rarely posts to group or posts without purpose

Ties the course materials and activities to other readings, web sites or resources

Occasionally ties the course materials and activities to other readings, web sites or resources

Doesn’t share or reflect on course materials or activities or attempt to tie the material to other activities

Extends understanding of the material to other aspects of the student’s learning; offers explanations of why things happen the way they do

Occasionally extends understanding of the material to other aspects of the student’s learning; offers explanations of why things happen the way they do

Chats about course content or about application of course topics but does not reflect on its meanings

All of the forum assignments completed above expectations

Competes most of the forum assignments

Few forum assignments completed

Adds probing questions to extend the conversations begun by other participants

Occasionally adds probing questions to extend the conversations begun by other participants

Does not ask, or asks only superficial questions about the material.

Attempts to address other’s questions with clear logic and ties to the readings, web sites and resources offered in the course, plus deduce additional information from the material

Occasionally attempts to address other’s questions with clear logic and ties to the readings, web sites and resources offered in the course, plus deduce additional information from the material

Only offers the most rudimentary explanation for motivations or issues in the course

Reflection

In sharing experiences, asks and answers questions about why things happen and what motivated events or issues to unfold as they did/do

In sharing experiences, occasionally asks and answers questions about why things happen and what motivated events or issues to unfold as they did/do

Focuses upon completion of the material and not the relationship between the material and other issues in the course

Regularly posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Occasionally posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Seldom posts messages summarizing or synthesizing the previous discussion materials and discussions

Regularly searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

Occasionally searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

Seldom searches for greater understanding of the material through exploration of the course material and activities

 

Feedback on module assignments for the week:

The instructor (or his/her teaching assistant) will send feedback on all graded assignments within 7 days (or less) after the assignment is submitted. If you submit an assignment late it will be graded together with the following week’s work. Please see sample grading rubric so you understand the grading process.

 

Late Assignments:

The instructor reserves the right to deduct 10% of the points from the total points possible for an assignment, for each week an assignment is late.

Similarly, the instructor reserves the right to refuse to accept any late assignments after two weeks in which it is due, if the instructor and the student have not negotiated and mutually agreed upon an alternative submission plan -- in advance (at least 48 hours before the assignment due date/time).

If you submit any late assignments (i.e. after the grading “cycle” has been completed), you will not receive any late credit for that assignment unless you send an email message to your instructor ASKING that the assignment be considered for “late grading.”  No credit will be assigned otherwise.  Unless you adhere to this premise, the score of “0” will remain in the course grade book for any assignments that miss the assignment due date.

Discussion Board (i.e. the “Assignment Board”) assignments can only be done during the week that they are assigned.  No points will be given for late Discussion Board (DB) assignments (including initial posts and replies).  If you want to receive credit for your DB assignment, it must be done in an interactive way, while the discussion thread is active, during the week that is has been assigned.  Late submissions to the DB will be ignored and receive NO CREDIT, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Because your grade is dependent on participation and discussions, DO NOT submit all your week's work on the final day. You will not receive credit for your participation if you do.

Make-Up:

There will be no make-up tests unless previously arranged with the instructor.

 

Technical difficulties:

Everyone experiences technical difficulties including the ANGEL Learning website, WAOL, your Internet service provider, and even Bill Gates. You should have an alternate plan in the event of technical difficulties. Please notify me immediately if this is happening to you.  You may call me, send an email or use a school computer.

 

Want real “hands-on” experience?

If you are interested in having real hands-on experience, you are invited to T-213 to view and use the equipment in that lab. There are machines to network, open up and routers and switches to observe. Please let your instructor know you are coming so one of the instructors or technicians is available to help you.

 

Student Conduct:

Everyone deserves to have a good learning environment. I will follow the rules of the college in the classroom. Please see the Student Handbook for the Student Conduct Code. All forms of dishonesty will be subject to immediate disciplinary action (see the section below on Academic Honesty). Classroom disruptions such as tardiness, talking during lecture and cell phone use are not acceptable. Repeated infractions will be referred to the Vice President of Student Services. Please turn off your cell phone before entering the classroom.

http://www.olympic.edu/StaffFaculty/Policies/ConductCode/

 

Academic Honesty

At Olympic College, students are expected to demonstrate academic integrity by completing their own work assignments and assessments. Effective planning and progress must be accomplished for students to be successful in their degree program of study. Submission of work from another person, whether it is from printed sources or someone other than the student, previously graded papers, papers submitted without proper source citation, or submitting the same paper to multiple courses without the knowledge of all instructors involved can result in a failing grade or be reported to the Olympic College Vice Principle of Student Services for appropriate sanctions or disciplinary actions. All students are expected to adhere to the standards as set forth in the Student Code of Conduct and Statement on Academic Honesty.

The administration, faculty, and student government of Olympic College believe strongly in the concept of an honor system. This belief is based on the knowledge that in competitive professional environments, greater emphasis is placed on originality and integrity of ideas and work. All members of the Olympic College academic community, including faculty, students, and administration, are expected to assist in maintaining the integrity of the College, which includes reporting incidents that violate the Statement on Academic Honesty.

For Olympic College course work, please note that learning events are to be that of the student’s own work, and group projects are collaborative efforts.

Additional policies can be found at:

http://www.oc.ctc.edu/GetStart/Policies/ConductCode/violations.html


Homework Policy:

The ANGEL Learning Drop Box will be the primary means of submitting “graded” homework for this course.

You are responsible for doing all online assignments, reviewing the online materials for that week, and turning in all assignments on time. You will also have a weekly reading assignment, which will support that week's learning objectives, and which you are encouraged to complete ahead of time. Post any questions that you may have to either the common area of your class, where the questions may be answered by any students, or post them directly to me. Please bring your questions that cannot be answered online to class each Monday and Wednesday.

Lab homework will require “screenshotsthat must be submitted in a file format that is compatible with the latest version of Microsoft Word (i.e. .doc, .docx, etc.). 

This may be different from what you are accustomed to doing as experienced by the work that you’ve done in previous quarters.  Be aware of this change.

In the vast majority of all cases, you will submit your homework in a single Word-compatible document to the ANGEL Learning Drop Box for the appropriate Module.  A single Drop Box submission is always preferable.  While it is possible to upload multiple files in a single Drop Box, most of the time a single Drop Box submission, consisting of a single Word-compatible file, is recommended.  When the assignment calls for a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, then you can optionally upload two files (e.g. a Microsoft Word-compatible file AND a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation file) or you can “embed” the PowerPoint presentation inside of the Microsoft Word file and upload the composite file as a single entry to the Drop Box.

1.      Don’t forget to use the “Attachments” button of the Module Drop Box in order to submit your weekly homework assignments.

2.      Don’t forget to use the “Browse” button of the Module Drop Box, to locate and attach your single weekly homework assignment (consisting of a single Word-compatible document) to the Drop Box.

3.      Don’t forget to click on the “Upload File” button to send your local file to the ANGEL Learning Course Management System’s (CMS) Drop Box.

4.      Don’t forget to click on the “Finished” button once your uploaded your file(s) to the Module Drop Box.

5.      Finally, don’t forget to select “Submit” before leaving the Module Drop Box, in order to get credit for your weekly homework assignment.

 

Writing Lab

Students are encouraged to make use of the Olympic College Writing Center.  The Writing Center is located in the new Humanities and Student Services Building, Room 312, open from 9 – 5 Monday & Tuesday, and 9 – 2 Wednesday – Friday.  Students are encouraged to make appointments, but may also drop in.  The phone # is 475-7318.

Special Accommodations:

If you have a disability and will need special services, please call or visit Access Services as soon as possible. They are in the new Humanities and Student Services Building (HSS), Room 204 (360) 475-7540.

Can I Help?

I want you to do well in this class and in college. If you have a problem or situation that is affecting your schoolwork, please let me know. Olympic College has many services to help students be successful. You can contact me by e-mail, instant message (IM), voice mail, or talk to me right before or after class.

 

THE INSTRUCTOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ANY PORTION OF THIS SYLLABUS AT ANY TIME.

 

Instructor Information –

Name: Kevin Blackwell
E-mail:
kblackwell@oc.ctc.edu

MSN Messenger: Kevin_Blackwell@msn.com

(There is an “underscore” character between my first and last name)

Phone: (W) 360-475-7379

Instructor Office Hours:

By Appointment Only (Summer quarter, only)

 

 


   

Olympic College 1600 Chester Ave Bremerton WA 98337-1699