Communication Styles Worksheet
Associate Program Material Appendix A Communication Styles Worksheet You spent the past few days exploring the resources available to students at University of Phoenix, and you want to share what you learned with a friend who is interested in enrolling. Write a 150- to 200-word e-mail to your friend summarizing the resources available to students. Hey Dyan, So as you know I have been in school online and I am really enjoying it. I really want to encourage you to do it as well. It is so easy and completely fool proof!
Oh my gosh seriously you need to try it too. Right from my home page I can access the library where I can get research done or check my papers for potential plagiarism or errors. I can access different tutorials and labs ranging from ways to avoid plagiarism to java programming. I can even get assistance in math. There is a media library as well as so many other resources like a normal library.
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I don’t have to worry about getting in the car and going to the school to fight for a computer in their library. It is all just right here.
The best part is I can do this online at home. Or when I am at work on break I can get on it from my phone. Easy stuff! Anyhow just let me know what you think. I would love to hear you are also going back to school as well. You asked your facilitator to review your e-mail draft. She liked what you wrote and asked you to write a summary to post in the class forum for the other students to read. Write a 150- to 200-word summary for your class of the resources available to students. Remember to write using an academic tone.
University of phoenix has many resources available to current students in the library. From the home screen after log in you can access the library easily by clicking the library tab at the top center of your page. On the library main page there are mini tabs at the top where you can access the university library, media library, center for writing excellence and center for mathematics excellence. These links are also on the page with their own sub links. In the center of your screen is a box for researching the university library or to take a few tutorials.
Under the box is links provided where you can get help with writing papers or submit your paper for grammar and plagiarism review. You can access the student labs for help with anything from avoiding plagiarism to java programming. There is also a group of mini links for the center for mathematics to give you a little coaching and boost. These links are very easy to navigate through and to. You can access them from your home computer or on your laptop where ever an internet connection is available so there is no need to drive to campus and wait on a computer or assistance.