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Communication Page

If you have registered and this is your first time in the course, you should:

  1. Read the help page and get the required plug-ins.
  2. Read Getting Started.
  3. Look at the overview of the course.

Then read the syllabus, enter the class, communicate with others in the class, view additional resources from Cline Library, or get technical help.

  • NAU WebCT

    Group Communication in this course is accomplished via WebCT

    Instructions to Log On:

    When you enter WebCT for the first time, you will click on the word "Register" to register your userid name and password.

    To register you enter:

    • Now that you are registered, you will always arrive at this page when you come into the conference center.

      When you come into the NAU WebCT from now on, you will be asked to enter your userid and password, so be sure to record this information.

      If you would like more information about features of WebCT, click on the "Help" button at the top of any conference page and click 'Caucus Tutorial'.

      Click the button above to go to the NAU WebCTr. From the main NAU WebCT page, login-in, and then enter the class conference.

E-mail J'Anne Ellsworth at

Instructor Communication

Phone: (928)523-2951
Home Phone: (928) 567-0899


Office Location: TBA

Office Hours: TBA

Please leave a voicemail or email me at if you can't reach me in person.

Student Internet Access

New students are encouraged to obtain an account on the student unix computer DANA. DANA gives NAU students, who agree to abide by proper ethical standards, access to the internet including electronic mail, the Cline library on-line catalogue, world wide web home pages (httpd), and usenet news.

Accessing these sort of Internet services requires establishing an electronic identity (essentially an electronic mail address). This can be done by acquiring a computer account on the DANA machine. Any currently enrolled student, who is willing to use these resources responsibly, is permitted an account on the DANA machine.

If you are an Arizona Resident, NAU has several local modem pools throughout the state. If these modem numbers are not local to your area, you should select a local internet service provider (ISP) to avoid long distance phone charges.

You are responsible for paying any phone charges (long distance and local) and ISP fees incurred as a result of taking this web course.



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