Amy wonders how to find her tutor’s email if it wasn’t in the tutor letter; minutes later she has the AU directory link and the email address she seeks. Julia weighs the merits of completing one course per month rather than tackling three at the same time. Angela asks if she can have a beverage on her desk during a ProctorU exam; this triggers a discussion on allowable items.
Other posts include quick courses, exam late fees, dealing with distractions, essay length, and courses FREN 362, GEOG 365, NUTR 331, and RELS 211.
A pair of posts looking for feedback on a flurry of courses, including FNCE, PSYC, and SOCI.
@AthabascaU tweets: “#AthabascaU is #NowHiring an Individualized Study Tutor for Introductory Composition. Responsible for providing academic support to students & marking assignments, the ideal candidate would have a Master’s degree in English or Writing Studies. https://bit.ly/2D95WkB.”
@austudentsunion tweets: “AUSU Open Mic is officially launched! Check out our new podcast for AU students at https://bit.ly/2Irb4nA (or search “AUSU Podcast” on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Pocket Casts). The first few episodes are already live! #igo2AU.”