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DIGITAL  IMAGING  WITH  PHOTOSHOP  -­‐  VMA-­‐105-­‐WB   Introductory  Quiz  (student:  Chad  Makaio  Zichterman) 1.

What  is  the  +tle  of  the  course  textbook  and  name  of  the  author? Teach  Yourself  VISUALLY  Adobe  Photoshop  CC  (Mike  Wooldridge  &  Brianna  Stuart)

2.

Describe  in  a  few  steps  how  you  would  submit  assignments  to  the  instructor? 1.    Login  to  the  course  website; 2.    Scroll  down  and  use  “Upload  Assignment  Files”  by  entering  my  last  name  and  clicking  “Submit”; 3.    Proceed  through  the  typical  file  dialogue  to  choose  files  (<  1  MB); 4.    Browser-­‐back  for  addi+onal  file  uploads  as  needed; 5.    Copy  the  link  (either  by  naviga+ng  or  by  right-­‐clicking  and  choosing  “Copy  Link”; 6.    Include  pasted  link(s)  in  message  to  instructor  (  you...Prof.  T.  Banjo)

3.

Submi[ng  assignments  late  is  strongly  discouraged.  Late  submissions  without  prior  permission  get  a  25%   deduc+on.

4.

The  final  grade  for  each  specific  assignment  is  based  on  correcPons  as  advised  by  the  instructor.

5.

If  an  emergency  will  prevent  you  from  comple+ng  assignments  before  the  deadline,  you  should  noPfy   Prof.  T.  Banjo  in  advance.

6.

How  is  A^endance  determined  and  what  percentage  of  your  final  grade  is  A^endance? A^endance  is  determined  by  checking  for  parPcipaPon  in  the  weekly  Discussion  Board  and  counts  for   40%  of  the  course  grade.

7.

The  deadline  for  your  first  Discussion  Board  post  is  Sunday,  January  26,  2014  by  11:59  PM.

8.

To  receive  full  credit  for  your  Discussion  Board  Par+cipa+on,  you  are  required  to  make  at  least  3  posts   per  week  on  3  different  days,  with  an  iniPal  response  by  Wednesday  11:59  PM,  and  responses  to  two   classmates  by  Saturday  11:59  PM.

9.

Why  is  it  important  to  par+cipate  in  the  Discussion  Board? The  Discussion  Board  accounts  for  all  of  the  class  interac+on  among  students:    sugges+ons,  accounts  of   different  experiences  in  using  Photoshop,  goals,  experiments,  and  results.      Par+cipa+on  also  accounts  for   a  large  (40%)  por+on  of  the  course  grade.

10. Men+on  3  benefits  of  comple+ng  assignments  before  the  due  date 1.    Avoidance  of  last-­‐minute  technical  difficul+es  (i.e.  loss  of  internet  connec+on); 2.    Opportunity  for  more  detailed  or  more  frequent  feedback  on  assignment  before  final  submission; 3.    Keeping  Prof.  T.  Banjo’s  stress  levels  down  (grading  twenty  last-­‐minute  assignments  =  Not  Fun)


11. What  is  the  breakdown  of  your  Final  grade? 40%:    Completed  &  Submi^ed  Weekly  Assignments 40%:    Completed  Weekly  Discussion  posts 10%:    Completed  &  Submi^ed  Mid  Term  Project 10%:    Completed  &  Submi^ed  Final  Project 12. How  would  you  check  your  grade  for  each  assignment/week? To  check  for  current  grades,  I  would  login  to  the  course  web  page  and  use  the  “View  Assignment  /   A^endance  Grades”  feature  (pull-­‐down  menu). 13. Write  a  minimum  100  word  mission  statement  which  will  guide  you  as  you  con+nue  the  semester.

Mission  Statement:    Spring  Semester  2014 A  be^er  world  is  not  inherited  or  discovered,  but  made... By  hands  which  shape  what  must  be  created By  eyes  which  see  what  must  be  acknowledged By  backs  which  carry  what  must  be  moved By  feet  which  walk  to  places  we  must  go. To  make  that  world,  it  must  be  seen  clearly. To  see  it  clearly,  I  must  put  aside  anything  which  is  false:    ra+onaliza+on,  delay,  vanity,  and  doubt. Every  word,  every  ac+on,  every  moment  is  a  chance  to  build  this  world  or  bury  it. I  will  be  faithful  to  it,  so  that  when  my  daughter  asks  me  one  day “What  could  you  have  done?”  and  “What  did  you  do?” I  will  only  have  to  give  one  answer.


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