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If you re working in 227, 228, or 300 Eddy, click on the DAILY button on the toolbar in WordPerfect. Or you can Open a file and click on the y drive. (You will have to save the file to either a disk or your u drive).
You can also get to the DAILY by going to the Writing Center and following the prompts to our class homepage. DAILY prompts are listed by date under Daily Assignments. You can copy the prompt and paste it into either WordPerfect or email.
If you re working from home, look on our class home page on the Internet. Type in https://writing.colostate.edu/sections/sections.htm Then create a bookmark in Netscape or Internet Explorer so that you can get to the materials quickly.
DAILY prompts are identified by the day s date (e.g., daily210.txt). Remember that numbers are ordered numerically, not by date--therefore, the daily for 2-10 (daily210.txt) comes before the daily for 2-3 (daily23.txt).
If you re working in 227, 228, or 300 Eddy, double click on the OWC icon on the main program screen. If you re working from home, type in this URL, making sure to get the capital letters and spacing as shown:
Then create a bookmark in Netscape or Internet Explorer so that you can get to the materials quickly.
Many of the topics we cover in CO250 are also covered in various ways on the Writing Center. Plan to look at these resources to read carefully those that seem most helpful. In particular, look at
Toulmin analysis at
Critical reading strategies (concentrate on Strategies for reading more critically ) at
More explanations of summary at
Working effectively in groups at
Still other resources
The following topics are covered in short texts you can read on our class homepage (or download and print out):
More explanation of summary/response
Sample papers for each assignment
Suggestions for effective workshopping
Instructions for online peer review
Tips on using the Internet for research