University of Phoenix Student Web Portal User Manual
Learning Team ‘D'
ENG 221 Technical Writing
University of Phoenix
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* Headers and footers that include page numbers, copyright information, and other necessary information
* Appropriate font
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Once a student has accessed the desired class. The student can work on assignments and read materials specific to that class.
University of Phoenix classes run in five (5) week intervals. Students can access each week’s materials by selecting the specifics week(s) tab and working from within each. Within each week(s) tab, the following areas are then available.
Objectives and competencies are that week’s materials goals.
Learning activities are that weeks are reading materials and recommended study materials.
Required. Current weeks required reading material
Recommended. Current weeks recommended reading material and or papers.
The assignments section is where a student can find the current week’s assignments, participation and associated points for each. Within each assignment, the student can find the following sections:
Instructions. A description of the assigned materials.
Assignment Files. Select the files you want to submit for the assignment, and click
Submit Assignment button to start the submission process.
Grading. Submitted student materials from the assignment files section and faculty feedback.
Class activity if a forum style chat that students can actively participate. Faculty post updates and news about class information and materials. Students also ask questions to the facilitator and other students in this area. Private messaging is also available.
The full syllabus view allows a student to view all the weeks’ views in succession. A high-level overview is useful when looking at the class as a whole. A student may then drill down into each class individually and conduct the coursework specific to that week.
In this section, students have online access to all textbooks that will be needed to help with completing each course. The areas of study at the University of Phoenix include Business Management, Education, General Studies, Health and Human Services, Information Technology and Doctoral. By simply clicking on the eBooks link, you are redirected to a page displaying the links for all sections.
Under each link is a complete list of the eBooks that are available for each. Now for you to better understand what it is that you are looking for click on the link that is specific to the course you are taking. This will bring you to a page that displays the title of all of the books, the author and publisher, the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) and an image of the book’s cover.
After the book in question has been located, the user can click on the link and be redirected to another page displaying the author, ISBN and copyright at the top of the page, followed by the table of contents. From the table of the content page, the user clicks the links to bring up the copyright information or preface. The most useful feature, however, is the ability to click on the link for any...