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FIRST DAY INFO FOR ENG 285 STUDENTS

Studies in Drama is a web-based course. 

Home Page: http://lilt.ilstu.edu/wmcbrid/studies_in_drama.htm

Contains SYLLABUS & required course links to

NetForum & Beckett’s Not I text

 

How to use NetForum:

 

Enter this address (LINKED ON HOMEPAGE):

http://netforum.ilstu.edu/cgi-bin/netforum/eng285wmcbrids00/a/1

and you’ll get a screen that looks something like this:

Forum: Studies in Drama

Owner: Bill McBride
Contact: Bill McBride(wmcbrid@ilstu.edu)
Description: Please use this NetForum to respond to any aspect of class lecture, discussion, reading, viewing as it may relate to ENG 285
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  • WEEK 1/ /INTRO TO COURSE/ORIGINS OF DRAMA

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click on the appropriate topic for that week’s posting, eg.,

 

 WEEK 1/ /INTRO TO COURSE/ORIGINS OF DRAMA

 

And you’ll get a screen something like:

Forum: studies in drama

Topic WEEK 1/ /INTRO TO COURSE/ORIGINS OF DRAMA

Topic Posted by: Professor McBride
Date Posted: Sun Jan 14 20:58:59 US/Central 2001
Topic Description: Please post here responses to week 1.


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