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1 Harrisburg Area Community College ART 186 The History and Aesthetics of Photography Spring 2013 Ted Leigh, Instructor DIVISION: Communication, Humanities, and the Arts (CHA) Sheila E. Ciotti, Harrisburg Campus Associate Dean, Academic Affairs History and Aesthetics of Photography Subject Code: ART; 3 credit hours PREPARED BY: Ted Leigh Adjunct Professor of Art OFFICE: John N. Hall Technology Center 213D OFFICE PHONE: 221-1756 Home Phone (717) 417 6104 (before 10 p.m.) E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] SECRETARY: Angela Shipman 780-3248 OFFICE HOURS: Tues.-Thurs.: by appointment, before and after class. CLASS MEETING PLACE: John N. Hall Technology Center #211 DELAYED OPENING SCHEDULE: Day Sections: The announcement that HACC is on a “Delayed Opening” schedule will be made by 6:00 a.m. Classes will meet for shorter periods as indicated below. Classes that extend over multiple times will meet over multiple delay periods. Monday: starts at 11:20am instead of normal 9:00am starting time Tuesday: starts at 10:00am instead of normal 9:00am starting time Wednesday: starts at 11:20am instead of normal 9:00am starting time Thursday: starts at 10:00am instead of normal 9:00am starting time Thursday Evening Section: There is NO delayed schedule for evening classes nor for classes with a starting time prior to 7:00 am. Make-up for these classes will be announced by the individual instructors. In case of bad or threatening weather conditions, check to determine if the College is on a delayed opening schedule or closed. The delayed opening announcement will be communicated by means of: HACC Home Page [ ] Voice Mail E2 CAMPUS EMERGENCY ALERT SERVICE ( You can sign up for this free service at . Announcements are sent to subscribers as an email or cell phone text message.)
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2 Announcement on main number at each campus TV: WHP 21, WHTM 27, WGAL 8 , FOX 43 , WLYH/UPN 15 FM RADIO STATIONS:WITF 89.5, WWKL 92.1, WLGL 92.3, WTPA 93.5, WQKX 94.1, WDAC 94.5, WRBT 94.9, WLAN 96.9, WRVV 97.3, WYCR 98.5, WQLV DELAYED OPENING SCHEDULE: (cont.) 98.9, WHKS 99.3, WQIC 100.1, WLGL/WWBE 100.5, WVLY 100.9, WROZ 101.3, WCAT 102.3, WARM 103.3, WNNK 104.1, WIOV 105.1, WQXA 105.7, WMHX 106.7, WEGH 107.3, WGTY 107.7 AM RADIO STATIONS:WHP 580, WSBA 910, WKOK 1070, WKBO 1230, WLBR 1270, WGET 1320, WMLP 1380, WLAN 1390, WTCY 1400, WLPA 1490 ATTENDANCE POLICY: The instructor may reduce course grades after the student has missed FOUR unexcused classes. Also, instructors shall have the right to recommend to the division administrator that a student be dropped for excessive absence that precludes the possibility of success whereupon the student will be awarded a grade of "F" or "W." Excessive absence will not be considered to be fewer than FOUR unexcused classes. All absences will be considered to be unexcused unless the student has documentation of family necessity, bereavement, medical absence, military duty, professional improvement, or any other absence deemed to be excused by the professor. Chronic tardiness or early departure from class will each count 1/2 a full class period unexcused absence. This policy adheres to Administrative Procedure 661: Student Attendance CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
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