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DISTANCE LEARNING SUMMER 2014 ORIENTATION DATES

The DISTANCE LEARNING DEPARTMENT welcomes students to the new Summer semester. In our continuing effort to make online learning effective and engaging, all first-time students taking online courses are required to attend a 1-hour orientation workshop. The workshop will introduce students to the learning platform and explain in detail his/her responsibilities as a member of this program.

The workshops will be held at both Manhattan and Brooklyn Campus libraries. The dates and times are listed below.

BROOKLYN CAMPUS

DAYTIMELOCATION
Tuesday , June 3, 20142:00PM – 3:00PM151 Lawrence Street: Library
Thursday, June 5, 20144:00PM – 5:00PM151 Lawrence Street: Library
Wednesday, June 11, 20149:00AM – 10:00AM151 Lawrence Street: Library
Friday, June 13, 201412:00PM – 1:00PM151 Lawrence Street: Library

MANHATTAN CAMPUS

DAYTIMELOCATION
Tuesday , June 3, 20149:00AM – 10:00AM1293 Broadway Street: Library
Thursday, June 5, 20141:00PM – 2:00PM1293 Broadway Street: Library
Wednesday, June 11, 20144:00PM – 5:00AM1293 Broadway Street: Library
Friday, June 13, 201410:00AM – 11:00AM1293 Broadway Street: Library

Log In Information:

  1. On Tuesday, June 17th, you will be able to log into your online course(s).
  2. Please visit www.asa.edu/distancelearning for login information.

Thank you for participating in ASA’s Distance Learning Program. As we enhance our courses and increase the course offerings that are available, we hope you find your experience to be a productive and enjoyable one. Please email dl@asa.edu for any questions or suggestions.

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