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  CMS 100, Introduction to Human Communication
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Semester: Summer 2013
Course Subject: CMS
Course #: 100
Course Section: 51812
Course Title: Introduction to Human Communication
Course Section Information: This interesting 8-week online course fulfills a general education requirement for oral communication and features 4 units of instruction: (1) Foundations of Human Communication (2) Interpersonal Communication (3) Informative Public Speaking and (4) Small Group Communication (if time permits). Dr. Violette, Associate Professor of Communication at EKU and a highly experienced online instructor, facilitates this course in ways students find engaging and interesting.
Credit Hours: 3
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Course Begins: May 20, 2013
Course Ends: Jul 12, 2013
Instructor: Dr. Jayne L. Violette
Instructor's Email: jayne.violette@eku.edu
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
 Email Discussion Boards Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
 Online Tests PowerPoint Files Other  MyCommunicationLab resources
 Printed Textbooks:
Students can either purchase the textbook and access code for MyLab resources at the on-campus Barnes and Noble bookstore OR purchase the eText (with access code) through a link in the course Blackboard site during the first week of class. The textbook is Beebe, Beebe & Ivey's "Communication: Principles for a Lifetime" (5th edition - special for EKU students). Please contact Dr. Violette if you have questions about the textbook or other required materials!
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