Re: HTML classes
by "Shannon" <shanon(at)charter.net>
||Wed, 26 Sep 2001 18:13:16 -0700
I took the HTML 101 course over the summer and I did not experience any
problems at all. Frani was the instructor. I had a pleasant experience but
I have read many criticisms of the courses and am relieved mine was not
wrought with problems. Good luck. I hope everything works out for you. If
it is any consolation I learned a lot from the books I bought for the course
and continue to use them. I am new at HTML also and mainly took the course
to be able to update my personal site. Thus said, I also get many tips from
reading the posts.
> I've been sitting back reading posts in this group for quite some time,
> not making much sense to me as I'm new to HTML, which is why I'm taking
> HTML101. But one of the posts in the last couple days did catch my
> attention, the one concerning the disorganization of classes or the
> non-existence of a bought and paid for class.
> As I said, I'm in HTML 101 and to say it's in a "state of confusion" is
> putting it mildly.
> Week 1 was extended for some reason, week 1 reading assignments and lab
> assignments have yet to be given either their first approval, non-approval
> or approval after error correction. A few of the students have taken it
> upon themselves to start answering questions that are posted to the
> instructor because the instructor is not answering them.
> Our instructor seems to be a a figment of our imaginations, she is there
> Week 2 lesson was posted lacking the lectures.
> I'm very close to asking for my money back. In the event that I do make
> this decision, who would I write to get a refund?
> Also, has anyone else experienced this lack of organization in HWG
> Thanks for listening and allowing me to unload my frustration.
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