Units

Units are the way you organize your coursework - a unit can be a week of the course, a chapter of the textbook, a general course topic, or anything you want. You can use multiple units throughout the course, or you can put all the work in a single unit. Each assignment is part of only one unit, though a unit can have any number of assignments.
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Chapter 1 8/28/2016
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 to 9/4/2016
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Basic
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The whole term
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Chapter 2 9/4/2016
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 to 9/11/2016
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Chapter 3 9/11/2016
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 to 9/18/2016
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Chapter 4 9/18/2016
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 to 9/25/2016
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Chapter 5 9/25/2016
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 to 10/8/2016
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Chapter 6 10/2/2016
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 to 10/9/2016
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study for midterm 10/9/2016
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 to 10/16/2016
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Midterm 10/16/2016
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 to 10/23/2016
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Chapter 7 10/23/2016
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 to 10/30/2016
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Chapter 8 10/30/2016
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 to 11/6/2016
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Chapter 9 11/6/2016
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 to 11/20/2016
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Chapter 10 11/20/2016
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 to 12/4/2016
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Cancer Registry 12/4/2016
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 to 12/11/2016
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exam From 12/11/2016
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Types

Types are used to differentiate your assignments. The type you give an assignment correlates to the kind of work that is entailed -- is it a paper or a quiz, a forum post or class participation? You can use our default types or add your own specific to the assignments you give in this course. Each assignment has one type.