August 2006
Dear MGT 155 Students,
Please read this letter carefully.
This course runs from
August 28  to December 10, 2006


There is no required on-campus orientation for this course. All
orientation materials are on the Internet. The only required trip to
campus is to purchase your  textbook.   The Campus
Bookstore
has the textbook for this course: 

Supervision: Concepts and Practices of Management, Leonard & Hilgert 10th th Edition, Thomson-South Western Publishers


If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to call me (301-322-0139) or send me an email
at frweidmann@aol.com

Your first stop should be at my home page: http://academic.pgcc.edu/
~rweidman/
Course Materials:  Student
Login Procedures for Blackboard 6


You will be able to access
course materials beginning August 25th.

To logon to the Blackboard system,
follow the procedures listed below.

1.  Go to Prince George's Community College's Blackboard site at:


     http://pgcconline.blackboard.com

2.  Click on the button labeled Login: 

3. Please follow the new Blackboard login procedure.


More About Blackboard 6

Our web course management system will
be Blackboard 6. Although you cannot access
the course materials site until JUNE 6, there are two ways
that you can learn more about the Blackboard 6 system.

I.  You take a self-guided,  self-paced tour:

A. Go to: http://www.blackboard.com
.  From there,  click on "Introducing Blackboard 6"

B.   Next click on
"Demo" under Infrastructure Products.

C.  Then read the Demo page and click on
"Click here to begin"

 Be sure that your speakers are on.

 You will able to take a self-guided, self-paced tour of

  Blackboard 6

D.  You can access the Blackboard
6 Level One Student Manual
  to find out more about how to use
Blackboard 6.  Most  students find Blackboard easy to learn
and easy to navigate.   But, if you have question contact us at 

DistanceLearn@pgcc.edu
 

E-Mail Policy

 Please use the following guidelines when sending e-mail to me.

    1.  In the subject area, enter MGT 155 and clearly identify the topic of your e-mail:

        
A.  MGT 155:  Question about __________

        
B.   MGT 155:  Comment about _________

        
C.  MGT 155:  Homework Assignment _______

     2.   I typically check every week day and sometimes on the weekends.  If I
am going to be out of town with no Internet access, I will post that 
information in the Announcements area.

     3.   If your question requires a lengthy explanation/response from me,  I will
respond within twenty four hours.  If your e-mail  is a quick
question or comment, I will respond as soon as I read it.

 
Please send me an e-mail from the account that you will use for this
course.  Send your e-mail to frweidmann@aol.com
I will create  an e-mail list for the class.

Have a great semester,

Professor Richard Weidmann,
Business and Management

Prince George's Community College