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Transcript of FAU Passport
Planning & time management
Self learning and motivation
Challenges of taking an online course
Think of how you come across in a virtual setting
Self motivation is key
Don't be discouraged
A few secrets.........
Secrets of being the "perfect" online student
What are variable costs?
Variable costs are corporate expenses that vary in direct proportion to the quantity of output. These costs are a direction function of production volume, rising when production expands and falling when it contracts.. Examples of common variable costs include raw materials, packaging, and labor directly involved in a company's manufacturing process..
The formula for calculating total variable cost is:
Total Variable Cost = Total Quantity of Output x Variable Cost Per Unit of Output
Variable costs are not fixed. They differ from
industry to industry. These costs are related to sales. As Sales go down, variable costs go down, and if sales go up, variable costs go up. A company can save money by reducing variable costs.
Wikipedia (n.d.) retrieved from www.wikipedia.com
What are variable costs?
From our eTutor & his students
eSuccess Team @ FAU
Edwardo Santiago - eSuccess Adviso
9:30 am - 7:00 pm (Mondays - Thursdays)
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Sundays)
Rachita Kumar - Graduate Assistant (eTutoring)
My role as an eSuccess Advisor
•Support and assist in understanding tutorials on how to log into a course including the basics on uploading, posting, and maneuvering within a course
•In-person and online “office hours” for any technology or Blackboard related issues
•Serve as a resource and liaison between you, the instructor and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) for general course issues
•Confirm technical requirements
•Connect with instructors early
•Create a schedule
•Have a consistent workspace