Cal Poly Pomona's *first* totally on-line History course
HOW TO GET STARTED:
- Ideally, if you are registered for this course,
you should fill out the Student Information Form (linked above) before
looking at any of the course materials.
- Since this is a totally on-line course, *written
words* are important! You should read everything on this web site carefully.
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- After you have submitted the Student Information
Form, please review the following links in the table above:
- Course Description, Course Objectives, Course
Format, Schedule of Topics, Course Readings, and
Student Evaluation links should be read first. These will give you
a good idea about how the course is organized.
- The Internet Resources links to a web
site that I created for a senior Liberal Studies course last winter. There
are links on it to information about the world wide web, e-mail, etc. that
you might find useful.
- The History Sites links to a web site
of U.S. History on-line resources that I created last year as a resource
for all History 202 classes. In addition to a wealth of *good* history
sites, you will find links to Cal Poly Pomona resources and other general
- The Term Paper Topics link will not be
finalized until after I have had a chance to review all of your Student
- The Class Roster link will contain general
information about all of the students enrolled in this section of History
202. More information about this can be found in the details of Week 3's
- Under the Schedule of Topics, you will
find the weekly assignment for the quarter. Each week's assignments
have a detailed link that includes specific assignments for the week.
Please read it carefully. And please keep in mind that although
this course is on-line, it is *not* self-paced; you will be expected to
keep up with weekly assignments.
- If you wish to drop this course, the History Department secretary, Gayle Savarese, can
sign your drop form. The History Department Office is in Building 94, Room
343. You may call (909)869-3860 to find out the History Department's summer
- If you wish to add this course, please e-mail me at email@example.com
at your earliest convenience.
I'm very excited about this course and look forward
to our next ten weeks together in cyberspace!
--Dr. Susan Kullmann Puz
IF YOU HAVE ANY TECHNICAL COMPUTER-RELATED
PROBLEMS ACCESS ANY OF THE COMPONENTS OF THIS SITE,
please e-mail Dr. Gerald Viers at firstname.lastname@example.org
These pages make use of extensions to HTML that are enabled by the Netscape
3.0 (or higher) browser. Internet Explorer 3 or 4 should work as well. If
you are not using Netscape 3.0 or Internet Explorer 3.0, please download
a copy from the Cal Poly Pomona FTP site (ftp://ftp.csupomona.edu)
to take full advantage of Virtual History 202. You will find these programs
in the Public folder.
Questions or comments can be e-mail to Dr.
Kullmann Puz at email@example.com
Last Updated July 6, 1997 by Susan Kullmann Puz