[nabs-l] Need Advice: Environmental Science Course
anjelinac26 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 19:24:55 UTC 2010
I'd talk to the professor to see if the previous edition is drastically
different from the required version. Sometimes it might be wording
differences or chapters are organized differently. Have you tried Bookshare
or contacting the publisher to get the current version in an accessible
format? If those options don't pan out you could scan the book yourself.
Keep in constant contact with the professor and use the office hours to get
clarification for parts of the course that may be visual. For labs you could
hire a reader who could help with-in class experiments. You'd tell them what
to do and they could tell you the results.
Just my thoughts.
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From: "Tina Hansen" <th404 at comcast.net>
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Subject: [nabs-l] Need Advice: Environmental Science Course
> This fall, I will be taking an environmental science course at my local
> community college. There are two concerns I have, and I was wondering if
> anyone out there has taken this kind of course before, and how you may
> have addressed them.
> 1. I did the research about the textbook I need, and discovered that RFB&D
> has the previous eddition, but not the one my instructor is asking
> everyone to get. If you've been in this situation before, how have you
> addressed this issue?
> 2. Lab work. I know that there is going to be a lab in this course, and I
> am not willing to have it waved. If you've done lab work for a course like
> this, what have you done to make sure you're able to participate?
> Thanks in advance for any advice you might have on these concerns.
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