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WVU-Parkersburg has placed a barrel outside the main Caperton Center office for donations of coats, hats, scarfs, and gloves for Coats for Kids. The collection dates are now through November 5th. If you have any of these gently used, unwanted items, please consider bringing them in for the donation barrel. They will be put to good use!
The Criminal Justice program of WVU-Parkersburg will be hosting the domestic violence clothes project display in classroom 0133 starting Monday Oct 8 thru Friday of next week. The display will be open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. It will be maned the entire time it is open. This is a emotional display and all who are able should come visit it. There will be a sign in sheet available. There will also be a display made from inmates on this topic.
There will be a candle light vigil on Wednesday at 6:00 pm in front of the school, with guest speakers.
CS 121 Class canceled on 9/5 Wednesday 12:30-1:45 p.m. Room C123
Special Instructions: Students are to Read Chapter 3. There are no assignments due this week.
The CIT program has added a new class to the fall schedule. This is a 1 credit hour special topics class that you can take as an elective. The class is CIT 297, CRN 1861, and it meets on Wednesdays from 2 – 3 PM in room C127. Topics will include issues such firewalls, anti-virus, social networking issues, passwords, sharing data over the Internet, etc. Even if you think you already know about these things, you may be surprised at what you will learn, and you can still pick up a lot of tips on how to educate end users. Sign up now!
Beginning Monday, April 16, 2012, everyone will receive a pop-up after logging into eCampus (the Blackboard Learning System). You will be prompted to accept a Java Security Certificate. You must click on the check box beside Always trust content from the publisher and then click on Run to ensure that eCampus will work properly in your browser.
This information is available at https://ecampus.wvu.edu/files/6746.
Any questions or concerns about this announcement should be directed to 304.293.4444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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