It is that time of the year again – the end of a semester.
First, it is my pleasure of working with you this semester. Many thanks for your hard work. This course is not an easy one and I know most of you have been working hard, spending hours each week working on the assignments. I can see from your emails, your assignments, and your finals.
By now, we have finished studying the content of this course. but I hope you have learned something beyond these technological terms and concepts, something beneficial even after the semester is over. I hope I have helped you realize that:
- you are capable of accomplishing anything in your life if you work hard on it;
- you do not need to attend a school to learn. You can teach yourself. You are a self-learner;
- time is precious. Use it wisely;
- a deadline is a dead line. You can meet all the deadlines if you try.
At this time of departure, I would like to express my best wishes to all of you with these Irish Blessings:
May the road rise up to meet you,
may the wind be ever at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
and the rain fall softly on your fields…
The grades for the finals have been posted on the Blackboard. If there is any discrepancy, please let me know by Friday, December 21. Your final grades will be posted on CUNYFirst by Monday, December 24 .
Have a great holiday season!