I will hold end-of-semester mentoring and assessment office hours next week and finals week. You should come work with me during one of those sessions if you have pending work, unfavorable grades that you want to discuss or revise, or are behind and need to plan an approach to catching up. In the latter case – if you’re behind and don’t know where to start – you MUST see me as soon as you can, because catching up takes time. Hours are given at the end of this message.
I conduct office hours for student meetings in the Writing Center, LIBR 227. There is an enclosed corner there for private discussions, if these are needed.
You’ll be receiving your final draft grades on the Genre Analysis and Literature Review/Research Report during the week next week, if not before. As I’ve indicated in class, since you did not have directive comments on the Literature Review/Research Report, you’ll have an opportunity to revise that assignment for an improved grade. Those revisions must be received by end of day, Friday, December 12. Likewise, any missed projects or make-up work must be in my hands by that deadline.
If you are one of a handful of students who have not turned in a complete version (final draft; complete draft) of a MAJOR ASSIGNMENT, you CAN catch up and get the majority of the credit available on that assignment. Your grade will be “discounted” from full credit, but you can still pass if you’re willing to work for it. You must see me to negotiate this.
M 12-1: 12-3
T 12-2: 11 - 1 and 2-4
W 12-3: 9 - 10:15 and 12 - 2
M 12-8: 10:30 - 1 and 2-4
T 12-9: 11 - 1 and 2-4
W 12-10: 9-1