Your exam will consist of your evaluation of a popular historical website. Remember how you evaluated the sites that you viewed earlier in the course and the criteria that we noted that you should use to evaluate a website.
In your website evaluation, which should be more than one page but less than two pages (double-spaced), you should be critical, but fair, in your evaluation of your assigned website. It is suggested that you address the following questions in your answer. Please note that your evaluation should not just be a series of answers to these questions; it should be an well-written, clearly-organized commentary with sentences that "flow:"
Please review the ELI policies and procedures for the exams and the information on the course page (Exams) in Blackboard about finding your exam passes and taking the course exams.
If you live outside metropolitan Washington or are incarcerated or handicapped, see the information in the general ELI Policies and Procedures for exam proctors. You may also use ProctorU, an online exam monitoring service that allows you to take the exam from your home computer.
Please do not let fear of the exams stop you from completing the course. If you have great difficulty getting to a Testing Center, or are concerned about taking exams, or are worried about something going wrong with Blackboard while you are taking your exam, please contact your instructor. We will never penalize you, if there is a Blackboard or computer crash while you are taking your exam.
You should allow 2 hours to complete the exam.
In the testing center, testing center staff will assist you with getting started on your exam. Please follow their directions.
You must earn a grade of at least 75/125 on the midterm to pass the course. If you fail to achieve that grade, then you will fail the course.
Famous quote, from Professor Evans, that you should remember: There are no multiple choice exams in life.