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Units Units are the way you organize your coursework - a unit can be a week of the course, a chapter of the textbook, a general course topic, or anything you want. You can use multiple units throughout the course, or you can put all the work in a single unit. Each assignment is part of only one unit, though a unit can have any number of assignments.
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PowerPoint A
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Through 1/31/2016
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PowerPoint B 2/1/2016
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 to 2/7/2016
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PowerPoint C 2/8/2016
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 to 2/14/2016
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Excel A 2/15/2016
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 to 2/21/2016
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Excel B 2/22/2016
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 to 2/28/2016
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Access A 2/29/2016
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 to 3/6/2016
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Access B 3/7/2016
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 to 3/13/2016
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Spring Break 3/14/2016
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 to 3/19/2016
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Word A 3/21/2016
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 to 3/27/2016
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Word B 3/28/2016
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 to 4/3/2016
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Word C 4/4/2016
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 to 4/10/2016
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Computer and Internet Basics 4/11/2016
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 to 4/17/2016
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Computer Hardware 4/18/2016
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 to 4/24/2016
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Computer Software 4/25/2016
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 to 5/1/2016
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File Management and Digital Electronics 5/2/2016
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 to 5/8/2016
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mhk 5/13/2016
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 to 5/13/2016
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mhk 2 5/13/2016
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 to 5/13/2016
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Types Types are used to differentiate your assignments. The type you give an assignment correlates to the kind of work that is entailed -- is it a paper or a quiz, a forum post or class participation? You can use our default types or add your own specific to the assignments you give in this course. Each assignment has one type.
Exam
Homework
Lab Report
Paper
Participation
Quiz
Reading
Test