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PSYC-16 - Lifespan Development - page coming soon, syllabus available here
This assignment allows me to get to know a bit more about the students in this class. It also provides an opportunity to get set up on turnitin.com. All responses to this assignment are confidential; I am the only person who will see your information.
STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET INSTRUCTIONS:
Please copy and paste the numbered list below into your preferred word processing program. Then type your responses. Remember, your answers are confidential.
- Do you have children? If so, how many and what ages?
- Career ideas/goals
- Approximately how many semesters (including this one) have you been a student at El Camino College?
- Besides sleep, what do you like to do when you get some free time?
- Tell me something good that has happened to you recently. Define "good" and "recently" as you wish.
- Optional: Is there anything else you would like me to know about you? It's OK to leave this one blank.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR STUDENT INFO SHEET TO TURNITIN.COM
If you have used turnitin.com before, simply login and use the course ID and password below to access the class. If you are new to turnitin.com, visit the site to set up a free account. Then, login and use the information below to access this class.
PSYC-3, SECTION 2790 (M/W 9:30)
Course ID - 14725012
Password - section2790
PSYC-3, SECTION 2800 (T/Th 11:15)
Course ID - 14725245
Password - section2800
PSYC-16, SECTION 2892 (T/Th 9:30)
Course ID - 14747464
Password - section2892
Submission of assignments is straightforward. Click the blue SUBMIT button next to the assignment, then upload the document. Be sure to click SUBMIT again to complete the process. You will then see a "digital receipt" which is your proof that the assignment was indeed submitted.
Please note that Canvas will not record your submission. I will manually enter the points for this assignment within a few days of the due date.
Problems submitting on turnitin? Your file format may be the culprit (check here). Apple/Mac users, .pages files are not accepted. As a user of Pages myself, I can attest that it is very easy to export .pages to .docx. Within Pages, pull down on the File menu to Export to, then select Word. That's it!