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Letter of Complaint

To Whom It May Concern:

I am writing this letter to inform you ***** a problem with courses at IIT. I have paid $15,000 every year ***** attend IIT as a part time student and expect a very high quality education in return. For the most part, ***** has been ***** case. However, some of the classes have poor instructors with little in-depth subject knowledge ***** teaching experience.

***** particular, I don't feel that I learned much from the class taught by J*****es Cameron. He didn't spend ***** time preparing class material; most of his lectures came directly from the NRC Web site. There weren't any handouts in the *****. *****nstead, Mr. Cameron gave us the NCR Web address and even referred us directly to the site for test questions. This was a problem beca*****e I had expected ***** learn more than ***** regulation.

The very premise of Mr. *****'s class was violated through his tests. For example, questions related to the history of regulation had little academic value. Most questions were subjective short essays that did little to test ***** the ***** of the student. They were also mundane and irrelevant to practical experience when *****y should have been related ***** real-world problems. And, as mentioned earlier, test ***** were repeated directly from their sources.

***** is a ***** qu*****lity distance learning school, but this Mr. Cameron's course was a tot*****l waste of time ***** money. I do not believe I should pay a lot of tuition for an instructor who ***** to ***** *****out proper preparation and who read material from NCR sources. In fact, it appeared that he didn't spend any time outside of class preparing lessons. During class, ***** just read the PowerPoint slides, ********** without any attempt to explain them. ***** often appeared ***** be pondering what the slides meant. When asked questions, *****. Cameron explained things poorly. He ***** spent too ***** trying to figure out how to load ***** files. Under these conditions, it's impossible to expect students to underst***** the lectures.

Consider the following chronological events as evidence that I ***** received unfair treatment.

*****. 26-***** begin - Sept. 9. 2004-PHYS 573 class *****s

Dr. Howard did not send out an email informing students that James Cameron was a new instructor who is ***** at ***** university level for the first time until September 16, well after *****es beg*****.

Nov. 05 - last day for official withdrawal

No student knew grading standards at this time

No homework had been graded at this *****

The ***** mid-term was on Nov. 4, ***** I did not receive any response from the ***** until Nov. 24, 2004 at 10:40 pm when he gave me an E for ***** *****. I had sent many e-mails to the instructor asking for my mid-term grade, but he said ***** it ***** still under review.

***** the term

Mr. Ca*****ron read from an overhead projector that displayed small, blurry words and he often covered t***** words


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