Academic Plan Tutorial
2:25PM Aug 8, 2019
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Okay, so here's the deal with the academic plan. As she said yesterday, the goal is to develop a strategy, theoretical strategy or a hypothetical strategy, this is important for you to understand what you put on this sheet is not like you're turning in this in for registration. So if you make a mistake about which classes on there, that's okay. The purpose of the exercise is to become familiar with two worlds, UT and pelo sippy, because right now you're straddling both worlds, right, you have a foot in both places. And so you need to understand how those two relate specifically as it helps you move from here, back over to here. So the purpose of the exercise is those two critical pieces, UT, impulsivity. But it's just an exercise. It's a practice, it's a run through, it's an ability to look through all the tools and make sure you know how to do that. So don't stress about it too much. Don't think that you're writing this down in stone. That's one of the reasons we asked you to meet with an advisor. And here's what I've decided with the advisor, I'm going to push the due date for this back to next week. That's what people said this morning is that they wanted to push it back. But the danger in pushing it back is that you let all your assignments clog up next weekend, and you have like three or four things to do. And I don't want you to be stressed out. So if you want to turn it in anywhere from tonight, till next Sunday, that's fine. Just remember that you have that Liberty was a lot of people were saying they wanted a little bit more time. But remember, don't get to Sunday night and beat up my ass about having too many assignments. Okay, that's what I don't want is that people get mad at me because I have too much to do. I'm extending that for you. So the window is larger, not the deadline. That's the way you need to think about the window is larger, not the deadline. Alright, so what am I trying to do? typically what happens in a college success class in order to identify the classes you remember on Leslie sheet yesterday, she brought up this grid, and you were putting the titles of the classes inside that grid. Normally, what they do is they hand you a piece of paper and you fill it out in a piece of paper, and then you turn it into me. Well, number one, I don't want you to do paper internally into me because I don't want to keep up with it, too. The reality is most the paper assignments you've ever done in your life go in the back of a book somewhere and you never see them again, right? As you throw them away, or they're useless for you. I don't want that either. What I'm trying to do is I'm trying to get you to create an academic plan in a digital format that teaches you another digital skill. So look at the three digital skills I tried to teach you. I've tried to use Adobe Spark to get you used to other presentation materials, how to for the career plan to get you to use kind of animation tools. And now I'm using Google Docs as the way to do your academic plan to get you used to making e pubs. Now does anybody know what an E pub is? Basically, an E pub is is a digital reading document that's different than a PDF because it can change sizes. Follow me, has anybody ever looked at a PDF on their phone? Normally, you have to pinch and zoom. Right? It's usually full screen, if you want to find out the required, you try to pinch, slide over to that little spot and see what the requirement is. Then if you want to read another part, you have to slide over here, pinch them that an
E pub is designed that when it goes into your telephone, or it goes into a mobile device, it measures itself according to the size of the screen. And any overflow text will move over to the next screen and the next screen. So usually at the bottom of an E reader, like in your phones, you may have I books or Kindle reader or something like that. Those are e pub readers. When you're looking at a Kindle document on your phone, you're looking at an E pub, not a PDF. And normally you'll notice that in here, there'll be buttons where you can change the font size, make it bigger, make it smaller. And notice that when it gets bigger, it can't all fit on that page, it moves some text to the next page. That's what an E pub does. The reason I'm asking to create an E pub is because there are two benefits. One, if you have an E pub version of your academic plan, then you always have it with you. You walk, you're over Pilsen be division Street, you think you know what i want to run in here and ask the advisor if I need to change this class, but I don't have my old piece of paper that I filled out for college success. It's actually in some book and bottom of bookshelf and I have no idea where it's at. So you want to walk in, you can pull it up on your phone, Google Drive, or wherever you keep documents, and you have an EP ready to hand right there. And you can swell it up and look at it. The second reason I had to do this is because learning to use an E book can actually be helpful for your studying. Many of you, when you study for classes, what you do is you just drill each other. All right, what's uh, what is chicken, whatever. And the person's like the definition of a Ba ba ba is a blank, blank, blank blank, right, and you just drill each other over and over three o'clock in the morning drinking coffee, and then like vodka to top it off, so you can go to sleep. And you do that over and over anything. That's how you want to prepare, because listening to each other drill is important. Well, here's what I do, and that this might work for you. If you don't have time to stay up to three o'clock in the morning, and you need the audio you need someone telling you over and over what the information is what an eat what you can do with an E pub, if you could take your notes. So you had digital notes, you've been taking notes in class on Microsoft Word, you theoretically could take those notes, convert them into an E pub, stick them into your phone, and use your phone's accessibility features to have it read it out loud to you. So on everybody's phone, you have accessibility features for people who are visually impaired. And what that means is you on your phone, you can turn on a voiceover. And on my iPhone, if I have my e pub, if I'm for example, I'm wanting to listen to notes for this class, and I've got all my notes out, I can throw them into my phone, stick it on my dash in the morning, plug my phone into my stereo, and I can put my two fingers atop my phone and swipe down, it will automatically start reading the page so I can drive. And I'm listening to it. Right. So I'm kind of studying and doing something else at the same time. That might not be your premier way of studying. But if you want to get a little extra tool, so that you're at the gym, and you've got your you know, phone strapped on your arm and you're doing the elliptical or whatever, and you think I need to be studying but I really want to be at the gym and same time why not do both, you might not be focused studying. But just having it in your ear and having it read to you kind of get you more acquainted and more acquainted. So II pubs are really useful because they can be read by digital machines, PDFs cannot be read by digital machines. You can't put a PDF into a Kindle and it read it out loud to you, it can only read in a pub because they're coded differently. So I want you to create an academic plan that is an E pub, because I think it's a useful tool. So how do we do it? All right, let's Reynolds, you have a question or you just okay, I didn't know if you had a question. Alright, so the first things first, I want to start here's here's step one, I want to start in D to L, once I get in here, I'm going to change your banner student really quickly.
oh, I need to go inside the class first, and change to a banner student. Okay, look at like you do. This is the ATM one. But the 10, the 1021 looks the same. So I'm going to go inside of content, I'm going to go into week five. And I'm week four, and I'm gonna look at academic plan. Under academic plan, you're going to see more than this when you get there because this is the stuff I needed it for today. But here's the email addresses of the people were mentioned yesterday. And here's some of the key elements are the key locations to find stuff. I'm going to add one more in there, that's going to be important too. But I'll show you in just a second. I want you to download this AP template, this dot file, okay? Even if your computer does not have Microsoft Word, right now you think, well, I've got a Mac and I didn't pay for Microsoft Word, I only use pages fine, you can still download it. Okay? Once you download it, I'm going to have you throw it into Google Docs. Go ahead. I write is not on the tin 21 yet, some that's in 21 yet, but it will be. So you download this one, it's going to automatically throw it down onto my onto my drive. Okay, already have it on my desktop right here. So I want to show you what I want to do next. Next, I'm going to come over here, and I'm going to go to my Google interface. Almost all of you have Google and if you don't do doesn't cost you a thing. And there are a tonne of useful tools in so you can see I'm already logged in, there's my face. And I'm going to go to Google Docs, pull that down. And I'm going to go to docs here. This is where I'm going to do all of my editing right here. Okay, so make sure you have Wi Fi access when you're doing this. Or if you're using a machine in the schools or in the library or something like that. Just make sure you have internet connexion in one way or another. What I'm going to do at this point, and this is the keys where people get confused, they think how do I get my document in there, right here, you'll see a little folder just to the right hand side above, right below the templates, and right above recent documents. Click that. And you'll see I want to find you're looking for different documents that you may have, I want to upload a document. So there's were uploaded, I'm simply going to grab that template that I just downloaded. And I'm going to toss it in there. Once it's finished, it's going to bring up the editable interface. And I'm going to show you a couple things about the document. Here you'll see that the first page is is a table of colour contents, and you'll see a table of contents on the left. The advantage of an E pub is you can create hyperlinks inside the pub that will take you to other sections of it. So if I'm sitting in front of a counsellor, and I've made this for myself, and I want to jump directly to my major requirements, or my specialty requirements, I can click that button on my phone and it'll jump to that page in my document quickly. So I have to like scroll through and scroll past it and scroll back and scroll up there quick links, what's inside the academic plan, you're going to see a couple of things. Originally when this was designed, because college success for professors required you to label your goals, short term academic goals, your long term career goals, your long term academic goals, I'm not going to require you to do that. Okay, that's optional. If you want to put those goals, they're great. They most of the time, the thought the theory is if you put your goals there, then you'll work harder. And you'll know what your classes are and why you're choosing them. Well, I don't necessarily think you need to type them out here in order to know that if it's good for you to kind of put those goals on paper, because it's more accountable for you then find do it, but I'm not going to necessarily require it. So that means this is key. If I don't want those, I can do this. If I want. Okay, completely editable, right. Also, another thing you'll notice about my document is there read sections, those read sections are nothing but examples, delete them, okay, I put them in there for you, just to see a sample of what you might want to put in that section. The red is not anything important to you. It's just something I threw in. So delete the red stuff. And you'll see more red as we go down. here's the here's the big part. This is when the rubber starts to meet the road. I need to find my major in my particular requirements for my major. Okay, that's the big thing here. I told you, I'm trying to navigate the distance between UT here and Pelosi here. And I'm working backwards. I want to start with what does UT require of me? And how is that going to affect my first years of hell sippy. Now, this is another thing that's important note, this assignment asked you to treat LCP as if you're going to be here two years. Again, this is not concrete, this is not perfect, is not final, it's just a practice, it's to create a condition. So don't worry about Oh, I'm not going to be here, my second year, I need to change it. Just do it as if you're going to be here two years, let it benefit you. Because you're not going to be here two years, then after you're done with the first one. Everything from there doesn't matter, you switch over to UT. Okay, just make it possible for yourself. So I need to figure out what UT wants for me, how am I going to find that, notice that I've put several links in here, because I'm in the editing window, it's going to be I can't click them. So I'm going to have to grab them. The first thing I'm going to do is try to find my major. And this is where this is where things start to get a little complicated. Okay,
I go into the catalogue the catalogue, just like she did yesterday, and I'm going to find my major. Okay, I'm going to pick mathematics and communications because I want to show you something important. I'm going to go down to the M's, and I'm going to get a BS in mathematics. This is because if I were in school right now, and probably studied geometry, I'm really interested in it. So I'm going to pick mathematics. Now I want you to see something important. I'm also going to pick communication. So one person in the class wants to do communications. Oh, you know what? We'll pick accounting since she did communications yesterday. And where are you major business administration collateral will do this one International Business concentration. Alright, but okay. So I want you to look at these. I'm going to pull them apart.
Move this one here.
I'm going to move this one here. All right.
Where do you go? There you are. Sorry, I'm just organising these force. Okay.
Remember, back over here,
right here, I'm going to come down,
I found my major UT, in the first thing that I need to put in my side, my academic plan, or the requirements of my major. And these two boxes here designated for the first two years your major.
Are you following me? so far?
This is the UT stuff. Okay. And I'll even fix that on the document. Okay. This is all UT stuff. Right here. This is my major is going to be mathematics. So I'm going to fill in the classes that the math department wants me to take. As if I was UT student right now we're only thinking UT. So where do I find those? I'm going to come over here to mathematics major, and I'm looking for them. But I'm going to notice an immediate problem. The immediate problem is the way the math one is laid out here. All they show you are the specialty classes, you need to take your junior and senior year, they don't tell you anything about what you need to take your first and your second look at communications. Communications does laid out for you. They show you notice and communications, they're showing you all the stuff you need to like natural sciences here, English here and so forth. When I flip back over to mathematics, you'll notice that mathematics doesn't show me any of that stuff. It's all specialty classes. Now, that's confusing, because I can't just go and take all these classes and say, Oh, well, that's what Garner wants us to put right here. I just need to put math, you know, 400 and math for 11. He just wants us to go over here and grab calculus one, and copy it and go over here and edit and throw it in there. That's it now. Okay, I've got one of my requirements for UT. Well, that's rubbish, right? Because all those classes that math are showing you here assume that you finished your first two years of general education requirements. So that's not what you should be taking your first year. You shouldn't be taking math one for one calculus one, you might you see my problem, or No? Okay, so the question is, where do I find out? If I pick a major, and it's just a big list like this? Where do I find out what the major wants me to take outside of their department. And here's two ways these two critical ways. Notice right here at the top, it says college requirements arts sciences, what the math department is telling you is, hey, we're inside the College of Arts and Sciences. So whatever College of Arts and Sciences require you to do for the first two years, we want you to do after you're done with that, you do all this stuff. You follow? So where am I going to find my genetic requirements in there, but watch what happens when I go in here. It's just this big, gargantuan list of information, which could take a lot of time to sift through. Okay, you could do it that way. If you want to do it that way and say, Okay, I have to have this and this and this. Okay, that means I need a first year English. So it's one of these, and I need a first year.
Okay, communicate a quantum first year quantitative reasoning. And I got to find that, right, you could do that and take these classes and select them. And once you figured out which ones which you could come over here and put them in, you could do that. Right now. We're still just in UT we're saying what is UT want from me. But there is one easier way, although it's not a perfect way, and I'm going to show you what it is. There is also used to be, UT would do this thing where they would make these guides for anybody Pelosi that was almost dummy proof. And then make these guys and they would say if you're a pill, sippy, we want you to take these for this major, every major did it or most majors did it, like mathematics created a unique grid. And they would send it over to pill sippy and say pill sippy. Anybody that wants to come and major in math, they need to take these, it was dummy proof, it was just already written out for you. Those are still here. It just so happens they stopped updating them last year. So the question is, if I go back and look at one of those guides, is it accurate for this year? My guess is 90% accurate? Maybe 95. But this is one of the reasons we asked you to speak with a counsellor, is because if those guys are inaccurate, you need to find out where the inaccuracies are. So where are those guys? I'm going to go back, I'm going to and again, this will be all there. I'm going to go to Pell city's web page, I'm going to go under college services and advising. I'm going to go down here to advising resources. These are the keys right here not transfer pathways. But this one transfer guides and articulation agreements. This is where she took us yesterday, watch what happens. I'm going to look for University of Tennessee Knoxville right here. And these are the two important links. This first one is the equivalency table. Remember this from yesterday where you picked English looks like this, this Okay, we'll leave that one alone. It's the second one. This is transfer transition God's watch what happens takes us to YouTube's webpage and you'll see these four dates. Okay. Whenever UT made a specific guide for a specific major, they added it to this list. Which means they could have added that major in 2015 2016 not added the major but added the guide. So if you come under 20 1819 think well that's the most recent year, I'm going to look for what my most recent requirements from a major and then you turn that down and all you see is forestry. And you think well Damn, is the only thing UT prepared to take and philosophy as a bunch of forestry students. No, that's just the most recent guide that they made. Look, if I go to the year before, there are more in the year before more in the year before that even more. So what you have is you have these huge lists of things that you might want to take. Now remember, what was the problem with math. The problem with math was they laid it out like this. All you tks math programme told me was these are the things I need to take in order to satisfy the major but it didn't tell me what I needed to take generally in order to get to that.
Go ahead. Which one?
Okay, this one here. So I started with
college services, advising,
Then I go here, transfer guides,
UT, here, transfer guides, here. Now watch if I want mathematics. Now I'm gonna look and see if it's under here. And there it is. OK, now watch what happens. I'm going to open up mathematics.
And look at this one in comparison.
Let me put it beside here. swell it up. So you can see really quickly.
so if if I'm trying to fill this out and see what UT wants from me, and I'm trying to use this, it's very difficult
Because I'm having to use this and this big list. But look at this one. it straight up tells you exactly what you need to take a pill sippy. If you want to be a mathematics major at UT than your first year, you need to take this, this, this and this.
You following this is great news.
Here's the danger. These were published in 2015 2016. And therefore there may be subtle changes. Remember, for the purpose of this exercise, we're not trying to you to get it perfect. So this is a good tool. But if you're going to use this as a guide for what you need to be taking Be careful, you should talk to an advisor because they'll know which things have changed and which things haven't. So essentially what happened with UT is that every time UT changes something Pella sippy has to adjust to make sure their bridge over matches. And right now this year, UT stopped updating these transition guides and is leaving it to the students to figure out what they need to be taking. That's what makes this exercise a little harder than it used to be. But what I'm telling you is you can go to some of those old guides as a security blanket to help you through this. Now, I can't just pick English 1010 comp one, right? And say, well, that's what what pills up, that is what pelo sippy will offer me but that's not the class requirement for UT. Are you following? If I were UT, they wouldn't call it 1010 that we call it something else. So I'm going to I know I want to take I need to take that my first year. So I'm going to say English 1010. So I'm going to go back to my guide here that I'm filling out. And that doesn't go under focus requirements UTK because that wasn't a UT Klay class, but it can go down here. Under my personal academic client plan for Pella sippy, I need to take English 1010. So I'm going to put it there. Okay, I know I need to take that one. But what What does UTK call that? If I can figure out what UTK calls that I can put it back here and say that's what he wants me to take. You think why do I have two charts? Because we want you to see the two platforms side by side so that you can get used to negotiating those two distinctions. So how do I find out what they want?
Well, I'm going to come back over here.
Let's say Where are you? I'll do it. I'll do it right here. I need to go to this equivalency.
I'm going to come down. It's asking me what state I'm in.
It's basically saying you want to come to Tennessee, where you're coming from?
Well, I'm coming from this state of Tennessee. And I'm coming from
Harvard on the highway.
And here I am.
And I want to look for this English, Tintin. Okay, that's what Phil said he calls it. That's what UTK calls it. So I'm going to grab their class with copy and paste. I'm gonna go to my template and appear
I'm gonna put it there. So
what does UT want me to take my first year?
They want me to take English one to one. How am I going to fulfil that appeal? sippy? I'm going to take English 1010
Did you catch that move. That's the key to the exercise. The key to the exercise is this is all stuff UT wants you to do your first two years to get into your major. This is how I can do any of those things of hella sippy. But notice, sometimes I'm working backwards. Sometimes I'm working forwards. The these transition guides like this, let me move forward, they tell me everything I need to take it up. And I kind of have to work backwards to see how UT would describe this exact same chart. So imagine this is an English, reverse translate it back into Spanish. If I start over here, I'm starting in Spanish and translating the English. Because the bottom line is you're stuck in between those two places. And so the purpose of the exercise is to see with you can translate the requirements of one institution into the language of another
and vice versa.
Did everybody catch all that?
So once I'm done with this, right here, and I filled this out, this can be useful because at least I can put stuff in front of me and see how many hours that might be whether I want to take more or less. Look at this one. Right here, 14 hours. This will be my first year if I was doing if I was doing mathematics, and I may find out that my high school AP English counted for English comp one, right? So I don't just copy all of these and put them in my chart. I look at English comp one. And I think okay, I went over here and I'll put it in my guide. I'm going to turn this into Garner. There it is English, Tintin, but my high school English AP gave me three hours of credit, I don't have to take that class. So I can get rid of that and fill that up with something else, let's say mathematics me wants me to take, once me have some prerequisites and wants me to take computer science? Well, I've never had that. Right. So maybe I since I have an open spot, maybe I can throw a computer science in there, right? And I look over here at the transition guide, look where they put computer science, it's down here in the false in the spring semester of my second year. Well, maybe I want to get a leg up. So I'm going to take that class appear since I've made room for it. Because I've got an English opening, you follow? So I'm not just going to these guides and cutting and pasting, I'm thinking about what do I have? What room do I have? How many hours available? Do I have? What level of stress? Do I want my first term versus my second term? And I'm organising This, again, this is to practice your own taking ownership of your course schedule and saying what do I want to be doing when? How is it going to help? Am I translating that between UTM pill sippy so that I don't get surprised and semester to that, oh my gosh, I didn't take a remedial math. And now I need to take it. Once I'm done, then I go down to the bottom here is where we had the traditional information for the advisor meeting. Because I'm postponing to next week, I'll leave this is optional. If you want to talk to the advisor, talk with them. If you want to email with the advisor email with them, I think emails pretty much the only thing you can do. If you don't want to do that, I'm not going to push on you, I really don't want to bother the counsellors as much as possible. But at the same time, I want you to be able to talk to someone if there's a question you have, especially if you're using these, if you're using these transition guides to map it out, it might not be a bad idea to email them next week on a Monday or Tuesday and say, Hey, take a look at this, I was using this transition guide. And I was using this I want to see if what I've mapped out here is consistent with the current requirements. That's their full time job, their full their full time job is to be a translator. That's what they do is translate Pell city UTNUT to LCP and other institutions.
So essentially, what you would be doing is going to them and saying, here's
my rough translation. Do you see any problems with it? Since you're expert, and they can tell you where you may have made an error or whether you've got your translation is accurate? Do you understand my analogy? Okay.
You mean like on these guys are here? Yeah, they are like this. So yeah, this would be 3040 minutes of the semester. A terms are semesters. Exactly.
Yes. All you'll need to do here. If it's mapped out, this is okay, exit. Great question. If you get one like this, like accounting, and it's already played out, all I need to do is if I if I know English, eight 118, I need to take that my first year. I'm going to pop back over here. And I'm going to go back to what UT requires of me, and I'm just going to put it in where they tell me to put it in. And I'm going to do that. But I need to know what English one at is called from Mississippi. So I'm gonna do the corresponding box down here. So I'm going to come to my equivalencies. I'm going to put in this English 118 no record matching. It's probably because of the asterisk. Yeah, so there you go. English 118 honours here, honours composition, so I guess it just means it's the honours version of English Tintin. So if I can't find the same thing, I'll just put English Tintin in there. Does that make sense? You'll see what I just did with hers. Let me do that one more time or no? Explain that more time or not? Yes. Okay. So here's the deal. If I go into my programme, let me move these around, just touch if I go into my programme, and I choose a major that looks like this. Remember, the math would look like this. It was a mess. If I pick one, and it's got this chart for me, I'm thinking, Oh, I have less work to do, because it's telling me exactly what to take my first semester. But it's telling me in UJUTK, ease or ish, like Spanish? Forget it. So it's telling me a new tks language. So I can't just take English 110 and say, Okay, well, I'm going to copy that one. And I know UT wants me to take this. So I'm going back over here to my guide, up here to the UT section. And I'm going to put it in right there. UT wants me to take it in the fall of 2019. English one on one. Okay, well, that's UTK ish. But how do I do that? And pal sippy language? I need to find out what English one on one is and Phil sippy language come to the equivalency table right here. And I CO English one on one according to LCP language is English and this is my translation dictionary. So I grab the pill, sippy language, copy and paste, copy it. Now I'm down here my pillow sippy frame. And I put it there. So appear. ut says, take this class, but I'm not at UT, post op. So I need to take this class.
To catch all that.
Does it say unrestricted?
Yep, absolutely. Yep.
And those obviously can change pretty dramatically pretty quickly, because you met a year from now decide, oh, that's really of interest to me. So I want to focus on that. And that's where she was talking yesterday about miners, is that when you start picking more electives, if they start showing that they're collected around one area, it may work as a minor or double major, because remember, you asked about double majors? Yeah.
I'm looking at my
Yes, that's where things get really sticky. That's a great question. So what ends up happening is just that people go to this. What did you pick? Okay, well, I'll move from it. But let's say look at this one right here. So I'm in my I'm in accounting, see this math 123 right here, or math? 147? Let's suppose I say, okay, that's what UT wants me to take, which because I'm going to put it right there. So I'm going to go to my, so I'm going to go to my translation guide over here. I'm gonna throw it in. And I see that it's math 1630. Okay,
I need to take math 1630. But here's the wrinkle.
The question is, can I take math 1630?
Do I have everything that math 1630 requires of me? So how do I find that out? Am I eligible to take that? So I come over here to Pelosi again. Okay. I'm going to look for the course catalogue. Under resources. I'm going to go to the college catalogue. And I come down here there should be a search bar somewhere search catalogue catalogue, home advanced search on which one is she do?
Suppose it's just
Is it just the kettle homeless? Where keep going? Where's the search engine? She was in yesterday?
I was on of course, scripts is you're right.
You're right. Where's that at the pass it down here. Okay, good. So under course descriptions, okay. So I want to find out if I can actually eligible to take math 1630. Because taking my 1630 pill, sippy satisfies this requirement of math 123 towards my degree of accounting cannot take it. So I'm going to highlight mass 1630, I'm going to copy it just to make sure that I have it in my clipboard over the course descriptions. And I'm going to go with math. And I know the number is 1630. So I'll just pop it in. I'll say search, return, there's finite mathematics, I'm going to click on it and watch what happens. It tells me what the class is. But it also says you have to have had high school algebra one and algebra two, and pre calculus, and you're a CT math scores of at least 22, and a CT reading score of at least 19. Or you could have taken this class, this class of this class, if I have either this, or this, or this, I can take the class. If I don't have any of these, then that means I need to take 1130. Before I can take 1630. If I had 10 on my ICT and math, and 18 and reading, I did not finish these classes in high school because they weren't required to graduate and I realised crap, I can't take 1630 I don't have all the things I need, then that means I need to take I need to go back here. And on to math 1630 and a move this old girl over here, because I can't take her yet. I need to take 11 31st. So I'm going to pop in here. And there's 1130. So that look at what happened. I have to take in the spring, the requirement that was attended for the fall, because I had to bump it back, because I had to take this one first.
Did you follow that process?
That's the purpose of this exercise is precisely that now, if they're not exclusive, and you can take them at the same time, and they let you do it, you can do that too. It's about shifting things around. And so you can get to that always considered, particularly for you, you have transfer materials, right from your previous school to find out. Yeah, so some of the stuff might look bad at first, but you may have transfer coverage for some of that kind of stuff. This is why we have you go through this process. And also why we have you ask yourself kind of, do I have the classes I needed in order to fulfil the ones I'm saying that I do need
something sense to everybody.
So this is again, this is all recorded. So it'll be there in case you need to go back and listen to this. And make sense of it. It's not super hard. It's navigating a set of tools. But what gets people frustrated about is moments like that where they realise dang it now I have to take this extra when I didn't realise I need to take that when I get to that one.
That just happens.
There is a section right here for specialty requirements. I remember Miss Richardson yesterday, were asking about concentration, so forth. Sometimes in concentration areas there or in there might be certain specialty requirements like you need to, you can only do this after you've joined a certain such such society or you've been in school for such and such number of times. So most majors don't have special requirements, but some of them might. So you might want to just take those into consideration too. So you don't get you know, don't get snookered, like, with not knowing what's there.
Now, suppose I'm ready to turn this in.
Okay, I want to create an E pub, I want to go up here to file
almost like this,
come down a download. As you know, it's all these formats. I want this one the bottom eat pub. Once you do that, notice automatically going to bring it down here to the bottom. I'm going to show it in my finder, I'm going to drop it onto the desktop. Okay. And you notice that on mine, it looks like I books has the orange icon because it's an E pub. It's not to be read in Adobe Acrobat. It's not for Microsoft Word, it's a different kind of file. It can be read in the Kindle, it can be written any kind of E
reader, I need to turn that in.
So what I'm going to do to turn that in
is I'm going to go right back where I started.
If I can find him,
go here. Yes, that's all I want to go. I'm going to go back to DT well
as a banner student,
come back in here.
And I'm going to go to content. And I'm just going to click on academic plane itself. And it's just like any other Dropbox right here. I'm just going to upload that he pub just like that. And there it is. I'm done.
I'm gonna stop the recording, but you can ask questions if you'd like.
Go ahead. Go ahead Miss people's