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Spring semester 2017 Online Business Law 1 course.


I would like to welcome all the students who have registered for the online Business Law 1 course.  

The Business Law 1 Canvas page is being updated for the spring semester and will be opened for student access beginning with the first week of the new semester.  In order to access the Canvas page, you will need a RAM ID.  If you do not have one, please go to the following web page for the directions to acquire one.  http://www.ccsf.edu/en/employee-services/technology-services2/ram-id.html


You should consider purchasing the textbook for the course either through the campus bookstore or through sellers of used books such as Amazon.com and Ebay.com.  The best book deals on Amazon.com will be snapped up very quickly, and the campus bookstore does run out of books from time to time.   

We are currently using the 12th edition of Essentials of Business Law and the Legal Environment(ISBN: 978130507543-6) Cengage Learning Publisher, but the 11th or the 10th editions can also be used.     

There are three very important dates that all of you should keep in mind.

  1. January 21.  Orientation meeting--Required.  9 am – 10:30 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.  This is the first of three required on-campus meetings for students in this course.  At this meeting, I will explain how I plan to teach this course and lead everyone through the Canvass program so that you will know exactly how to access the teaching resources, submit homework assignments, participate in class discussions, and to communicate with other students.  If you can, please look over the course syllabus and come to the meeting with your questions.  If you have a question and cannot wait for the orientation meeting, please send me an email.  My campus email address is: huchida@ccsf.edu
  2. March 18.  Mid-term examination--Required.  9 am – 10 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.
  3. May 20. Final examination--Required.  9 am – 10 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.

Adding this class.

The online course is currently closed to new students, but a new online course is expected to be added to the class schedule.  Please check the class schedule from time to time.


Cannot attend the orientation meeting.

If you cannot attend the orientation meeting, please read very carefully the Introductory comments on the Canvas page, the course syllabus,  Keys to Success, and the Frequently Asked Questions.  The last three resources are all located in the introductory section of the Canvas  page.  There is also a short quiz that all students are required to take during the first week, and the quiz will be based upon the information noted above.


I am looking forward to seeing you at the orientation meeting and to work with you during the semester.

 

Richard Uchida



Spring semester 2017 Online Business Law 2 course.


Please read the introductory paragraph of the online BSL 1 course above.  The information, including the book to be used, apply to the BSL 2 course as well.
1. January 21.  Orientation meeting--Required.  10:30 am – 12 noon.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.  This is the first of three required on-campus meetings for students in this course.  At this meeting, I will explain how I plan to teach this course and lead everyone through the Canvas program so that you will know exactly how to access the teaching resources, submit homework assignments, participate in class discussions, and to communicate with other students.  If you can, please look over the course syllabus and come to the meeting with your questions.  If you have a question and cannot wait for the orientation meeting, please send me an email.  My campus email address is: huchida@ccsf.ed

2. March 18.  Mid-term examination--Required.  11 am – 11:30 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.

3. May 20. Final examination--Required.  10:30 am – 11:00 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.

I look forward to meeting all of you at the orientation meeting.  
Richard Uchida