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teaching:workload:start [2017-08-17 11:31 (3 years ago)]
Rik Blok
teaching:workload:start [2018-12-07 12:16 (20 months ago)] (current)
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 You emailed me or left a voicemail and now you're wondering "That @$$#0!3! Why hasn't Rik got back to me?" If I'm busy I just may not have had a chance yet. So check out my current workload for yourself. You emailed me or left a voicemail and now you're wondering "That @$$#0!3! Why hasn't Rik got back to me?" If I'm busy I just may not have had a chance yet. So check out my current workload for yourself.
  
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 Under light workloads expect a response within a few days. I should be able to get back to you within a week under moderate workloads. But when my workload is heavy it could take a few weeks. Also check my [[..:office_hours#availability | schedule]]: I may be in a meeting or out of town. Under light workloads expect a response within a few days. I should be able to get back to you within a week under moderate workloads. But when my workload is heavy it could take a few weeks. Also check my [[..:office_hours#availability | schedule]]: I may be in a meeting or out of town.
  
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teaching/workload/start.txt · Last modified: 2018-12-07 12:16 (20 months ago) by Rik Blok

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