Naming Assignment Files
Because I receive so many student assignments by e-mail, it's important that you name your submissions in a way that I can identify them quickly and accurately. Proper naming of your submissions will ensure that your assignments get priority. The basic naming scheme is
1. Your first name, followed by an underscore
2. The assignment number
3. The revision number (if any)
For example, if you are named Carlos and you are submitting Assignment 3, you will name your computer file as follows:
If you, Carlos, need to submit a revision of the assignment, then your computer file of the first revision will be named as follows:
And if you, Carlos have to submit three revisions, name your last file as follows:
When you send your assignment as an e-mail attachment, type the filename on the subject line. That will flag it as a class assignment for me so that I can give it priority attention.
The naming of files and e-mail subjects is not the same as the titling your paper. The title of your paper should, of course, reflect the paper's content.