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"Matthew D. Dransfield" <[log in to unmask]>
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About last weeks rants. I have to appologise to Megan. I don't think that
the problems with the web are any one person's fault, there is a high
volume of work for one person to deal with, and there is lots of chaos
when collecting and sorting homeworks. I think that we all need to strive
for better communication on assignments and grades.
peace,
md

On Thu, 26 Feb 1998, Phillip C. Perron wrote:

> I think that matt or whoever posted the last of the series of e-mails has
> a point.  The web is skrewed up and a lot of assignments do not get
> credited if someone wants to vent let them vent on the web, other than
> having to hit the delete key a few more times it really does not hurt
> anyone.  And thank you for reminding us about the amount of work we
should
> expect in COLLEGE, I really do not recall any complaints on the web about
> the course load, just the setup.
>
>
>
> Phil Perron
> 57 South Williams
> Burlington Vermont
> 1-802-860-1461
> [log in to unmask]
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