General Help Index
Are These Real College Courses?
Yes, these courses are real. Many of them are CSU or UC Transferrable Credit Classes. Quite often all of the courses listed here are available simultaneously. They are offered at Victor Valley Community College in Victorville, CA.
How Do I Take One of the Courses?
First, you must enroll for the course at Victor Valley Community College located in Victorville, California five miles east of I-15 on Bear Valley Road. Next, attend a course orientation as scheduled. Orientation is required, however if you already have successfully completed one of the online courses at this site, you may be able to forego the orientation, but only with the permission of the instructor, Dr. Eric Mayer.
How Can I Contact Someone For Help?
On the syllabus for each course, there are links to the email address and the phone number of the instructor. If your question is technical, you may contact the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org .
I Have Signed Up at The College, Now What?
If you find yourself asking this question, attend the orientation time from your class schedule. Click on the "Course Starting Point" link on the home page and fill out that form so your messaging will begin. The home page also has links to the course syllabus and class assignments. You must check messages very often as most of your assignments will be sent to you in the message system.
Can I Use The Material For Other College Courses?
Yes, Be certain to properly cite the source of the material. If the author is not listed in the texts, it is safe to assume the author is Dr. Eric Mayer.
How Do I Cite Material From This Website?
There is invaluable material on citing for the web at http://www.mla.org an example of such a citation is below:
Industrial Expansion 1860-1890. Dr. Eric Mayer.
7 Feb 2000, Victor Valley College <http://www.e
I Have Recieved A "Page Cannot Be Found."
PLEASE Report any missing pages to the webmaster at: email@example.com.