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Dear ASA Students,

This presentation provides step-by-step guidance for you to begin your remote coursework.

Please, read the presentation in your preferred language, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at DL@asa.edu

Arabic – https://bit.ly/3alGPtx 

Chinese – https://bit.ly/2JibfRq

English – https://bit.ly/2xwNQt6

French – https://bit.ly/39hCjLb 

Hindi – https://bit.ly/33OOIFx

Japanese – https://bit.ly/2WJFFUB

Portuguese – https://bit.ly/2UDWyNV

Russian – https://bit.ly/2UnPG8A

Spanish – https://bit.ly/2QNPbT0

Thai – https://bit.ly/2Jr6HIE

Turkish – https://bit.ly/2UknzqK

Uzbek – https://bit.ly/2UjA7yq

 

Stay healthy and safe!

Regards,
ASA College

 

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