Wednesday, January 9, 2013

2016, Spring

Summer 2016

My class is: 
Lit 432 online: Folklore and Myth

Find it at:   

Log is with G# and your 6 digit birthdate as default password: month, month, day, day and last 2 digits of year, so May 5, 1980 looks like: 050580

As orientation, I ask you to watch this video:

Though this was from other classes, long ago, the basics are all the same, as are the rules.

Also read the entire syllabus and assignment calendar once class begins on 6/13/2016, and email questions to me at The course will be open by 11am.

Policies at a glance
  • No late work
  • No attaching, please! Just cut/paste and be sure to send your full name and Lit 432 in your emails to me.
  • Use your SMCCD email; if you don't, at least check it a lot as I will contact you there.
  • The course assignments and calendar are all laid out for you online, so go through all the files and get to know the class.

WAITLIST: Please wait until the evening of day 1 to ask if you can add. I won't know if I have drops until then. I will add off the official waitlist as required by Skyline and go in order from first to last. 

Thanks and enjoy!


Friday, September 12, 2008


"The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself."--- Albert Camus



  • Waitlisters: I will not know until the first few days of classes if I have spaces, so emailing me to ask before that is not the best use of your time. Because I get literally dozens of these emails a day for popular classes, I can no longer answer you about your chances of getting in before the course begins. 


Contact info:

  • Email: (email is best. I am really fast about getting back to you.)
    Message phone
    : (415) 283 6742 (note: again, email is much more reliable for getting a message to me quickly)

    Online Office Hours:
    Monday, Wed from 2pm to 3pm and 5:30-6:30pm. Email me during these hours with a phone number if you want me to call you, and I will. I can also meet on campus by appointment.

    Important Links for Students:
    WebAccess online class webpage

    Once there, type in your G # as your user name. Your default password is your 6-digit birthday (month, month; day, day; lat 2 digits of year. Thus, if you were born May 6, 1980, your password is 050680)

    Learning Center
    Learning Skills Center
    Reading and Writing Lab
    ESOL lab for building English skills

    Please activate and use your email. It's the only one I can use and the only one the course software will recognize for sending communication.