GEOG 160
Mapping Our Changing World

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This text is open to the entire world. All comments and questions are welcome. Whom you should contact, and how, depends on whether or not you are a registered Penn State student. Also, Penn State students registered through the World Campus have different options than those registered at other locations. Advice for three categories of users follows below.

Penn State students registered through the World Campus for GEOG 160

  • Comments and questions about this text: Log in to the text and post a message at the bottom of a page.
  • Comments and questions: Post a message in a discussion forum in Canvas.
  • Private questions and comments for your instructors: Send a course mail message in Canvas.
    • Questions about quizzes: send Canvas mail message to your instructor.
    • Questions about projects: send a Canvas mail message to your grading assistant (team leader).
  • Technical support: World Campus students may seek help from the World Campus Help Desk.

Note:

All official administrative communications from the Penn State World Campus are sent to students' Penn State e-mail accounts. Be sure to check your Penn State account regularly, or forward your Penn State e-mail to your preferred e-mail account, so you don't miss any important information.

Need a reminder about how to communicate via this text or Canvas? See the Communications page of the Orientation section of this course.

Other Penn State students, including those registered for GEOG 160 at University Park or other campus locations

  • Comments and questions about this text or other aspects of GEOG 160 (including project assignments): Post a message in a discussion forum in your Canvas section.
  • Private questions and comments for your instructors: Send a course mail message in Canvas.
    • Questions about quizzes: send a Canvas mail message to your instructor.
    • Questions about projects: send a Canvas mail message to your teaching assistant.

Other users, including those not registered as Penn State students