Tips for Students (#3)

Communicating via email. Sometimes I get emails from students with an attachment, but no message of any kind. That’s not good communication. A minimal message is an acknowledgment that this is one-to-one communication. It’s a basic courtesy. The lack of the most basic courtesies (Hello Professor, Thank you, etc.) can reflect rather poorly on a student. Also, if you receive an individual message you should always reply. Again, it’s a basic courtesy.

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