Conversations of the West on E-Mail, the Internet and in the Library
- Our V55.0401.001 Conversations of the West: Antiquity/Middle Ages
has been selected as a MAP pilot course in Fall 2001 to use an E-mail
Discussion List and a Website.
- All students have open access to all ITS computer labs (3rd Ave. North
is open 24/7).
- Activate your NYU E-Mail account at an ITS Lab or online at https://intranet.nyu.edu/ibin/start0.cgi.
- See the Information Technology Services (ITS) flyer in your folder
for lab locations, hours and additional NYU-Internet stations.
- If you intend to use your personal E-mail address, have your NYU e-mail
forwarded. Go to http://home.nyu.edu
and click on "Read/Send mail" --> click on "Options" at the top
--> click on "Settings" to the left --> enter your personal e-mail address
in "Mail Forwarding" --> click on "Save".
- Need to learn to use E-Mail and the Internet? Sign up for a class
at the Electronic Resources Center, Bobst Library, B level (998-2513)
or at Information Technology Services (998-3333).
- Questions? Call 998-3333.
E-Mail Discussion List (email@example.com)
All students enrolled in V55.0401.001 are automatically subscribed via
their NYU E-Mail account.
Our class E-mail Discussion List may be used by instructor, preceptors,
and students to exchange questions and ideas and to post study sheets
and announcements. Prof. Regalado and the preceptors will respond to all
queries. You are invited to ask questions, to respond to points that interest
you, and to post information about events related to the course.
E-mail about individual concerns should be sent directly to Prof.
Regalado or your preceptor at their personal E-mail addresses,
not to the whole class.
- Class Internet Web site
Our Website and Blackboard Annex are used to post course information;
study help; announcements about special events, lectures, outings, and
- Webpostings and quizzes
Each student will post spot quotations + comments and responses
on the Web site to study for quizzes and the final (see Schedule).
Getting started at Bobst Library