When to USE email to communicate with Professor Pammi:
- If you have an advising question or need help with eCampus.
- The eCampus system is down or unavailable to you (before the
semester begins) and you need to tell me something!
When NOT to use email to communicate with Professor Pammi:
- When you are submitting an assignment for an eCampus course, you
MUST submit it through the Assignment Window for that particular
assignment. If you missed the deadline for the submission,
please DO NOT attach it to an email to me.
When you do email me
from your personal email account to my regular WVU account (Pam.Braden@mail.wvu.edu),
your email account settings should include:
Your full name
in the "FROM" and "REPLY TO" lines.
- When you
set-up your email account, be sure to type in your full name so
that your email messages indicate who the messages comes from.
Please don't use a nickname or just your first name for that
line. There are many Jessicas, Johns, and Jennifers in my
- It really
helps me to know who you are before I open the message.
If your email is about a question about this class, please type the
course (GBUS 202 or just "BComm" or whatever) in the subject line
of the email message. This helps me sort out all your messages over
the course of the semester!
Most email software programs will allow you to create a "signature"
that will be automatically added to the bottom of every email
message you create. This will help me know who is talking to me!
This may sound like a
lot of rules, but please know that I'm an organized person! I need you
to be organized too and to take responsibility for your end of the
Please let me know if
you have any questions about these issues as soon as possible.