NBC Online: Dealing with connection problems

Nazarene Bible College is committed to making the online learning experience successful for you. To ensure this, here are the key technical requirements:

  1. You are responsible for your computer system and for choosing an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
  2. Should you have difficulty connecting to the Internet, consult your ISP for technical support.
  3. Should you have technical difficulties when an assignment is due, you are responsible to find an alternate way to submit your work. This could mean finding another computer to use at work, at a friend's home, at a public library, at a local college or school, or even at an Internet cafe. You may also be able to mail certain assignments or fax them in. NOTE: In any event, when you are having difficulties getting an assignment sent, call your instructor (Howard Culbertson's telephone numbers are: Office -- 405-491-6693, Home -- 405-721-1915, Cell -- 405-740-4140, Fax -- 405-491-6658).

    To access NBC's programs from another computer that is connected to the Internet, go to:
    NBC Online: http://online.nbc.edu

    Newsgroup:http://scribe.nbc.edu/webaccess
  4. If the NBC Online server is having technical difficulties when an assignment is due, use the alternative arrangements announced by your instructor (in Howard Culbertson's case, use his e-mail at SNU < > or his fax number: 405-491-6658).

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