About 75% of emails and texts are taken as being more negative than intended.
- To help us both keep track of assignments via email.
- To distinguish between submitting work and asking a question.
- Purpose: To prevent your assignment from getting lost and thus never graded.
- 1. You must use Titan email to email me
- 2. The ONLY information in the subject line must be the course and section number
- ENC 1101 ##T
- Make sure the section number is correct: 01, or 72, etc
- 3. You must attach any assignment DIRECTLY to the email.
- 4. Do not use One Drive or Google docs to send attachments.
- 5. Submit only one assignment per email.
- 6. Properly label the filename of any attached file
- Use Caps as per the following example.
- Start the file name with your Last Name then add the name of the assignment.
Submitting Rewrites of Assignments
- I will be renaming your file names when I send them back to you.
- If I add the word STAMPED, it passed.
- If I add the word Reviewed, it needs to be fixed and sent back to me.
- When sending in rewrites to me, follow the above 6 items and then indicate the assignment is a rewrite.
- The second word in the file name must indicate if it's a rewrite.
- If you have a second rewrite (or a third, or a fourth) put that number in the document title.
- Remove any words I added to your file name.
Asking a Question/relaying information via Email
- Do not put the class name and section number in the subject line.
- My emails pop to my phone, and I ignore the assignment emails until I "go to work" but I respond quickly to questions. If you use the class name in the subject line, I won't know to read it right away.
- Put the subject of the question or statement in the subject line.
- Citing sources
- My grade at this time
- Cannot make Discord meeting
- In the email, the first sentence must say 1) what class you are in and 2) exactly what the problem is or what the point of the email is.
- I want your emails to me to break typical conventions of emailing. Usually people warm up to a point by being nice or slowly working toward a point.
- In research, in each paragraph, we state and defend.
- That's how your emails should written.
Provisos conditions attached to an agreement:
- All email communication with me is considered office hours discussion.
- Follow all typical decorum for such a context.
- The EFSC Student Code of Conduct applies to all email communication