Sending me email

Our best form of one-on-one communication in most classes will be email. I invite emails from anyone on just about any topic, but by far the biggest request is for help with class work. It is not uncommon for me to recieve 20 emails a day, so please be patient. In order to make the process go smoothly, I would like to make the following suggestions if you decide to send me an email concerning your work:

Packaging your Project

When preparing to send me a project via email, please bear in mind that I am on a dial-up connection at home, where I usually respond to these emails. During a midterm week, it is not uncommon for me to have to sit and wait an hour or more to download all the midterm updates sent by students (Please note: I do not normally accept midterms or final exams via email). Some basic guidelines are:


Things that really aren't fair to do