Who are you?
A self -assessment that helps you prepare for our course and helps me understand you. Spring 2020
In what history class are you enrolled? Class title and section?
Please check your schedule to be sure of your section: I have two online courses.
World History 1, 1101 01 (Online)
World History 1, 1101 00 (Online)
World History 1, 1101 10 (Face to Face) 10 am
What is your given name (the name Normandale uses on your official record)?
What name would you prefer I use for everyday conversation?
What pronouns do you use? I use he/him/his. This question is optional.
What transfer school do you wish to attend?
What associate degree are you pursuing (your major)?
What phone number may I use in case I need to reach you? (no dashes) I will only use in urgent or emergency situations.
Have you ever taken a college-level history course?
Why are you taking this course (check all that apply)?
I need it to fulfill the Transfer Curriculum
I am interested in a particular subject in history.
I am interested in history in general.
I have no specific reason to take this class, but it seemed like a good idea when I was registering.
I find learning about subjects that are not going to be a direct part of my career interesting.
It fit my work/life/school schedule.
Someone whose opinion I trusted told me to take this course.
What are your strengths as a student?
In other words, what part of college do you find you can do well?
What opportunities do you find for improvement as a student?
I know what office or person to contact at Normandale to answer the following questions? Check all the questions to which you can answer confidently.
Why is my financial aid not appearing on my account?
I got kicked out of my house, where can I get a bed for tonight?
I'm hungry and don't have money, where can I get food on campus?
Should I drop a class or take a less than desirable grade?
Where can I get help using the Normandale library website for research?
I like playing with numbers and wonder what kind of careers are available to me?
Is there a Veteran's center on campus?
I don't understand something about one of my classes and want to figure it out. Who should I talk to?
What should I know about you as a student or a person that will help me teach you?
What web browser do you primarily use?
Microsoft Edge (new with Windows 10)
What secondary browser do you primarily use?
If a web page doesn't work in one browser, what is the second browser you try? I recommend Chrome for any website with Flash.
What internet access will you rely on for most of your school work?
I have high-speed internet in my home and plan to use this for most of my school work.
I use a public internet, such as a coffee-shop, library, or city-wide wi-fi system for my school work.
I use Normandale's computers or wifi for my school work.
I use a dial-up modem for my school work.
I use my cell phone for my school work.
Do you know how to turn off your pop-up blockers and security features in your browser?
No, but I'm happy to learn how to do new things.
Who do you ask for computer help if your computer is not doing what you want it to?
I live with someone I trust to help me with computers.
I don't have anyone I can ask, but I plan to use Normandale's Information Technology help line at 952-358-8181 or the Ask Us web page to get help.
I have a friend or family member I call for help with my computer.
I plan to email my professor for help, but understand that my professor is not a technology expert and may not be able to get back to me immediately.
How do you take notes on what you read for your courses?
I write notes on paper
In a digital file, such as on a laptop, desktop or your phone.
I write in the book
I highlight in the book
This course uses free digital articles as a substitute for a textbook. On what digital device will you primarily read your articles?
Printout articles and read paper copies
Read printed articles on reserve in the library.
What is the primary digital device you use to do your school work (reading and writing)?
Computer (Normandale, public library, or other public computer)
Mobile phone (yours)
Desktop computer (yours)
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