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PHIL& 106 D1: Introduction to Logic

Short Description: This fully online class examines the principles of Aristotelian and symbolic logic, deductive argument and proof. Covers the meaning of language and its place in the reasoning process. Includes the application of logic to other fields. Fulfills QSR requirement for AA degree.  Transfer class.

Instructor: Shannon Werre
Shannon Werre

Details on Instructor
and Class Information

Registered Students to start class please locate your instructors email and class web site below.

Item Number: 9573

Inquiry Email: North.eLearning@seattlecolleges.edu

Instructor:  Shannon Werre

Instructor Email: shannon.werre@seattlecolleges.edu

Credits: 5

Class Information: Not Available

Mode: Fully Online

Fees: UD

Prerequisites: None

For advising questions: AdvisorNorth@seattlecolleges.edu

Class web site: http://angel.northseattle.edu/default.asp

Campus Meeting Times and Location: Please check Class Meeting Schedule page for any orientations or additional meetings during the quarter.
Please note: Meetings are subject to change so please check the Orientation schedule page right before quarter begins. Virtual classrooms do not open until the first week of the quarter.

How to Start Class:  Email your instructor to introduce yourself, attend any orientation meetings listed in the Class Meeting Schedule, and use the information below to gain access to any courseware that is used in your class. 

Please Note: e-Learning courses require active participation and students need to log into their classes or communicate with their instructor by email no later than the second day of the quarter  to avoid getting behind or being dropped from the course. 

Textbook: For specific textbook information and cost(s), visit our Campus Bookstore online at http://northscc1.bkstore.come/bkstore/content

Other Instructional Materials: Courseware used is ANGEL Learning: To access the courseware please go to  http://angel.northseattle.edu/default.asp

The protocol for logging into your ANGEL 7.4 Learning class account:   
UserID
= your full 9 digit Student ID number.  
Password
= first 5 letters of your last name. (all lower case)  
The Password is CASE SENSITIVE, use all lower case. 
(If your last name is less than 5 letters use your full name and do not use any ' or other characters)

If you are unfamiliar with using ANGEL 7.4

Find out more information about using and setting up your computer for ANGEL Learning:go to the Virtual College ANGEL Learning Management System support page.  There are links to tutorials as well as help with technical issues.  Please also see the Washington Online ANGEL LMS student handbook "Week Zero" tutorial that will get you familiar with the software. 

  • Starting Fall Quarter 2011 North eLearning courses that use ANGEL are all migrating to one server "ANGEL 7.4" which may have a different URL than your previous courses.  If you have had an ANGEL class in the past (7.3 Server) you may see some differences usually these are fairly minor but the student handbook above will help with questions.

  • It is very important when you log into your Angel account for the first time that you update your email address. Once logged in go to "Preferences/Personal Information. In the "User Profile Editor" you need to enter a current email address in the "Contact Settings". This will insure that auto tech support will be able to reach you. View this helpful film
    "Getting Started with ANGEL"

  • Student accounts will  be available the Friday before the quarter begins. Registering after the first day of the quarter your account may take 4 hours or more  to be activated.

  • Your ANGEL 7.4 class will be disabled the Thursday after the end of the quarter.
    At that time you will be able to login to your account but you will lose access to any information that is contained in your course.  If there is any information you wish to retain you will need to download or copy this information before the end of the quarter.  For more information please contact your instructor to confirm the date that your class will be disabled.  

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(NeLSC office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 5PM. voice mail or email messages sent after office hours will be answered the next business day)