Miss. Hillary Strain

First online session

Whutup bloggers!

Yesterday I had my first online class for ECMP 355 and it actually wasn’t as bad as i thought it would be. Sadly, i don’t have internet at my house yet so i was stuck in the computer lab without a microphone to talk, sitting on a rock hard chair and not a comfy couch like everyone else! The class was actually kind of interesting online, i’ve never taken one before so i’m glad i had a good first experience. Being able to hear my teachers voice and sometimes look at what he’s doing on his computer is a big advantage and i think it will help make learning easier. During class i set up a Google Accounts and now have my classes blog websites in there so i can easily interact with their blog which is something i’m suppose to do. We had a guest speaker  in class yesterday and he gave us a jammed pack session about some of the cool things that you can do on Google Accounts, it was really interesting and i learnt a lot about it. I think getting used to all these new things are going to take awhile for me to get the hang of but in the future i bet i will appreciate it a lot.

– Miss. Strain

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3 thoughts on “First online session

  1. I was really worried about how the online class would go, too, but I think it went pretty well, hey?? Looking forward to hearing you! 🙂

  2. Hopefully you can get the mic thing working. I really love hearing voices. It adds much to the online experience.

  3. Glad to hear you had a good first experience on your online class!…. see, I told you it would get better!!

    Mom xox

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