I don't think your URL is correct.


At 10:08 AM 12/13/00 -0500, you wrote:
>I teach a web-enhanced "student development seminar" to first semester
>students, and I've been building a webpage with links to lots of online
>study skills materials.
>Below is a link to the main page of my site (which is under construction).
>On my main page I have links to online materials under "Student Success
>Guides" (stuff about reading, writing, listening, studying, test-taking,

>You may also find links to the various websites helpful, too.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Lesley Watts [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 11:16 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Distance Learning Study Skills courses
>Hello all,
>         have been hired to develop a distance study skills course at the
>community college where I work that will support students who are taking
>other courses at a distance. The course will provide a combination of
>general and discipline-operate study skills and strategies. It will most
>likely operate as a "stand-alone" course that requires applications to the
>courses that students are already enrolled in/anticipate taking in the near
>future. At this point, it is looking as though it will be print-based or
>print-based with video and support software. I have two questions regarding
>all of this:
>1) If your institution has such a course in place, I would appreciate
>knowing of it- perhaps via a website- along with any general comments on
>the efficacy of this method of reaching distance learners
>2) Does anyone know of an inventory/inventories that assess student
>suitability for distance courses?
>Lesley Watts
Cheryl Altman
Professor Reading/ESL
Liberal Arts Division, Saddleback College
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