JPNS 201: Intermediate Japanese I
Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information
|15-JAN-2019||Last day to register|
|15-JAN-2019||Last day to receive 100% tuition refund|
|30-JAN-2019||Last day to receive 50% tuition refund|
|25-MAR-2019||Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)|
|25-MAR-2019||Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)|
This JPNS 201 class section (CRN 34612) s conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor (firstname.lastname@example.org) as needed for additional information. Take this quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed internet.
This class does NOT involve time-specific online meetings. This class requires approximately 6 proctored exams which may be taken at any authorized testing center. If you prefer, you may take the proctored exam(s) using an online proctoring service. If you choose to use this service, you will be charged a fee. One or more textbook(s) for this course are NOT available online.
This section will be participating in the Kapi’olani Bookstore’s IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapiolani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/SiteText.aspx?id=22233.
Comment: If student has taken Japanese language prior to enrolling into College, taking the Japanese language placement test or seeing a Japanese language instructor is recommended.
To be successful in this course, students are required to:
1) have Japanese-ready computer that can play and record mp3 sound files, flash-based files, microphone, a web camera, and reliable access to a high-speed Internet connection;
2) have basic computer skills (opening, saving, renaming files);
3) be familiar with a standard word processor (MS Word);
4) be proficient in navigating the WWW and downloading files);
5) have a UH email address and know how to attach files to an email message.
|Course Title:||Intermediate Japanese I|
|Instructional Method:||Distance – Completely Online|
|Grading Options:||Standard Letter A-F, Credit/No Credit, or Audit|