5. Course Requirements
Because a small core of dedicated students can burn out if others in the organization do not share the load, the course asks you to participate in the group effort to publish the voice of the student body, building up your resume while at the same serving the entire Seton Hill community.
Students holding positions of responsibility on the Setonian (or the Setonian Online) may be eligible for work-study funding. If the work you get paid to do also helps meet your EL 200 requirements, that's fine with me.
I will often send out bulk e-mails to the address on file for you in the GriffinGate system. If you check a different address more regularly, please use SHU's e-mail forwarding service so that you don't miss important updates.
Submit your lab reports and exercises to Turnitin.com.
All students will also have a SHU weblog, where they will post responses to assigned readings. Since journalism is rapidly moving away from print and into the 21st century, unless a homework assignment specifically mentions a printout, you may assume that I do not want a hard copy.