Questions for the Professor
Email [email protected]
Call during Office Hours
Call during normal business hours Monday through Friday
Under 'Course Home>Description & Requirements>Material Requirements'
Before class starts in the Course Catalog in the Campus Common.
Attached as a doc in Professor Haley's 'Welcome' email.
Available for download in 'Doc Sharing' in the classroom.
There are no required materials.
Video tutorials on Professor Haley's YouTube channel
Live tutoring help via The Tutoring Center in the Campus Common
Contacting your Academic Counselor to sign up for a Short Course
Via Lynda.com (free access by clicking on the 'Help' link above each assignment)
Scanning or photographing a high-quality, in focus image
Cropping and straightening the image so that it is upright
Converting to Black & White
Saving as a jpeg at 72dpi, approximately 600x800 pixels
Putting your name and the assignment number in the file name
No- Always study the material and practice the techniques before attempting the assignment.
Yes - Try the assignment first, and then if you get it wrong, go back and study.
Yes - Never turn in your work if you aren't sure it's correct.
No - Always turn in your work, even if you aren't sure it's correct.
Within 48 hours of the assignment due date for full credit, and by the last day of the week at the absolute latest.
By the last day of the week for full credit.
Answers to Discussion Questions
Your grade can be reduced 10% per day late.
You miss out on video feedback, and only receive Gradebook feedback.
You may receive a 0 for the assignment if it is posted after the week has ended.
There are no penalties for late assignments.
Review the professor's feedback
Click on the grade to see the professor's written comments and the rubric of points earned
Ask the professor your questions/concerns
Panic, get frustrated, and/or give up
True - Unless I have 'the gift' there's no way I can learn this stuff.
False - Anyone can learn to draw if they study and practice the techniques.