The quickest way to contact Dr. Page is via e-mail at the address shown below. However, questions about homework assignments should go to Jenn rather than to Dr. Page, and the quickest and most efficient method for getting help is to use the "Ask Your Teacher" feature in WebAssign.
Dr. Page: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenn Burt: email@example.com
Jenn’s instructions on how to locate her responses
to questions you submit to “Ask Your Teacher”
“Ask Your Teacher” is the primary “help” tool available in WebAssign. To find an answer to a question you asked via "Ask Your Teacher", return to the assignment where you asked the question (if it is now past due you'll need to click the link to view your "Past Assignments" and then click on the assignment name). Once you are looking at the assignment look for the little envelope(s) in the blue bar above the question(s) that you asked about. Note: You'll usually get a response within 24 hours.
Additionally, there is a handy feature which allows you to get an email notification when Jenn responds to your "Ask Your Teacher" request. Simply click the link near the top right of any page that says "Notifications" and follow the directions to set things up. You can also get email notifications which remind you about upcoming homework and lots of other things you might find helpful. Check it out!