Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Monday, September 25, 2006


I will be away from the college on college business from Thursday 9/28
through Sunday 10/1. Although I will likely be close to email and
internet access, I can't guarantee that I will be able to quickly
respond during that time.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

NATO game, again

I posted on the blog today in regards to the NATP map game. I went
ahead and added it as a link under Extra Tools and Links. You download
the .exe file and run the game on your home computer. I believe it
will only work like that on a PC and you do need to have Macromedia
Flash Player on your computer. Or you can always go the web version at

This is obviously not required but you may find it interesting when we
are studying Europe.

NATO map game

Take a look at the NATO map game at:

It has some pretty good info in a game type setting.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Assignment #1 has been graded

Assignment #1 has been graded. Please check the My Grades area or go
back into the Assignment module and see any notes I attached to your
submission. If there are small notes I just put them in the comment
box, big notes I may mark directly on your document and resubmit it
back to you.

Monday, September 11, 2006

Assignment #1 due by 11:55pm on Saturday 9/16

Also please make sure you check the calendar and/or the schedule page. Assignment #1 due by 11:55pm on Saturday 9/16. I may not remind you each due date, so please check as it is your responsibility.

Module 1, Discussion 1 Due by 11:55pm

Just a reminder that Module 1, Discussion 1 is due by 11:55pm on Wednesday 9/13. Please post your response to the question posed by that time. If you have anything to add in way of comments, questions, etc to another person's postings, that can always help. But please make sure you do it before the closing time and date.

Monday, July 10, 2006

Grades have been posted....

...and all grades are caught up.

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Module 1 Discussions

Module 1 Discussions are now closed. Feel free to add more if you
wish, but the grading is done and posted. I was very impressed with
your postings. I hope these added to your studies.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Assignment Grades Posted

A couple of notes. Spelling of city names is important.

If you got either of the Saint John/St. John's questions incorrect
please look it up agin and you will see the difference.

If you got anything wrong , you can go back into the assignment module
and see the notes I have posted by your assignment.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Module 1 Discussions are Due

Module 1 Discussions are Due by 11:55pm on friday 6/16.

I will grade these after all discussions have been posted. At this
time I will also lock that module of questions. So please finish
postings by that time.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Assignment #1 Grades

Grades have been posted.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Discussion Due Dates

Please check the calendar for Discussion Due Dates. Discussions posted
after these dates will not be graded, no matter the quality.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

June 1 Update

This is normally a message I would post just in the course blog. But I
am posting it there, the discussion board and via email.

For 2.5 weeks(June 17-July5) in this course, I will be teaching this
course while I am out of the state. I will still be in email contact,
grade assignments and everything like normal. Except that I am at a
distance. I have made a promise to myself to check email and grade
things at least once every two days during this time. I hope you will
not even notice any difference between then and now.

I have given extra time for Assignment #3 (it is due the same time as
Assignment#4) as a gift to you and to myself because of this.

I just wanted you to know.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Welcome to the Course.

My name is Richard Smith and I will be your instructor. This blog is where I will post general course announcements. Please check it regularly. Major course announcements I may also post inside the course and within the Discussion Board.

Please look around the course, starting with the "Start Here / Welcome Page" and Syllabus.

Thanks and enjoy the course.