There are 2 ways of doing this:
1. Write it/print it off and post it to your tutor via the university/contact address that you have for him/her then get the tutor to mark it and post it to you at your address.
2. E-mail it to your tutor as an attachment. To do this, write your tutor an e-mail and attach the files to your message. In yahoo mail, you do this by clicking on the attach file box, browse, click on the arrow at the top of the box listing the drive names (e.g. my documents on the C drive), click on each file that you want and click on either add/attach file (depending on whether you're using the photomail upload tool or the normal yahoo file attachment menu) and wait for the file to upload then either click on add or attach another file (as previously explained in brackets), when you're ready, click on finished and the attached file names should appear at the top of your e-mail underneath the subject line. Then, of course, you put in your tutor's name and the subject of the e-mail (I suggest that you give your initals and the name of the work-e.g. Attachment Essay) and send it. If you want to send all of your work as a zip file (which may be a better thing to do because you only have so much attachment space in a free e-mail account), create a new folder on your C Drive/floppy disk/memory stick entitled university work (for example), download winzip (free for 30 days) from www.winzip.com and once installed, come out of the program, go into the drive where your uni work is saved, right click onto the folder and click on the send to zip uni work folder (for example) using the left mouse key, then click on the use evaluation version, then voila! Done! You can then attach it to your e-mail via the previous instructions!
NB. If you're using a university webmail account (e.g. Mulberry) to do this, the procedure is the same, but you may also need to tick a box next to each file name before clicking on attach/ok.
I hope that this answer helps!
Good luck with the rest of your course!
You put the envelopes in your hand, take a bus or cars or helicopter to uni, go straight to the front door (They won't bite) and go to your tutor classroom and hand her / him your coursework. And apologise for the coursework handed in late. Bob your uncle.
It's hard to answer this - for one, every university has a different system and for two, your question isn't clear on what kind of tutoring you need (or are receiving). And by sending it in, do you mean that you won't actually be speaking to your tutor about it? Being a tutor, it is always more difficult to explain exactly what you are thinking to someone without actually talking to them about it. I wish I could give you some tips, but I'm not sure what you are looking for. The only advice I can give is, whatever the tutoring situation, have an open mind about things, don't get defensive, your tutor is only trying to help.
I'm not sure exactly what you're asking here - do you mean you want to hand in work, in which case hand it in at your next Tutorial or Lecture, or do you want to post it? If you want to post it, I would send it to the tutor's department at the university, and get a certificate of posting, which proves you've posted it in case it gets lost in the post.
depending on what uni you go to, you either hand it in at the head office where you get a receipt for it. If you just want it checking, or it's a rough draft and you have already clarified the issue with your tutor i would send it to him/her via their e-mail address, which if you don't have you can find on the uni web page. I advise you however to make sure you have spoken to your tutor before just randomly sending it to them, since they can be a little arsy on the subject (at least they are at my uni). Good Luck.xx
you need an extension if you are behind. however you need to ask for it before the deadline otherwise late work will not be accepted and you will get marked down. if work is late only a doctors note or death in the immediate family will be accepted as an excuse. get it done and hand it in,in person!
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