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David Whaley 01/27/08 Lab ISM 2000-010 Lecture ISM 2000-001 1. Define the following terms in your own words to communicate your understanding of them as we discussed them in lecture class. Do not copy and paste a definition from another source or you will have points deducted automatically. (5 pts each) a. Data- is given, symbols or characters that have no meaning. b. Information- interpreted data based upon previous experiences or other previously interpreted data. c. Knowledge- the collection of information, experiences and other forces that are compiled into an overall understanding. d. Learning- interpreting information into a form that can be used to further our understanding. 2. Read the ISM 2000 course syllabus found on Blackboard in the Course Information section, then answer the following questions: (2 pts each) a. What is your lecture instructor’s name? What is your lab instructor’s name? Skolnik; Sharma b. When and where are your instructor’s office hours? T,R 9:30 – 10:30 a.m., 2:00 4:00 p.m.; W 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Fleming Hall 315 c. What is your instructor’s e-mail address? [email protected]; [email protected] d. Are the publisher’s free giveaways available if you buy your books separately instead of in the bundle? No e. Can you receive an “Incomplete” just because the workload proves to be too much for you? No f. What constitutes cheating on assignments and what are the consequences of cheating on exams or assignments? Using someone else’s work, altering someone else’s work, having someone do the work for you, or plagiarizing off the any other source. An ”F” on the assignment or test and maybe a mark on your student record. g.
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ISM 2000 taught by Professor Skolnik during the Spring '08 term at FAU.

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