SCI230 MATERIALS-1 - WEEK2 WEEK3 WEEK5 WEEK7 Week1...

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WEEK2 WEEK3 WEEK5 WEEK7 Week1 Assignments Missing Deadlines! 1. Assignments (CheckPoints, DQ responses, etc.) are due at midnight. If for any reason, you are unable to post to the server, you are required to email your work to my email before the deadline, using my contact post. This is why you need to print my contact post since the forums might be unavailable to get the information. 2. If some emergency prevents you from doing your work, you need to notify me immediately using the alert procedure described in my contact post. Checkpoints - Do not use attachments unless required by syllabus Hello Everyone! Please do not use attachments for checkpoints unless you are asked to do so. Copy and paste your work into the body of the checkpoint post. The keyboard shortcuts for copy and paste are ^C and ^V. Academic Integrity By virtue of membership in the University’s academic community, students accept a responsibility to abide by the Student Code of Academic Integrity, which is a part of the Student Code of Conduct. A link to the Code can be found on the Center for Writing Excellence Web site. Log into your home page. Go to LIBRARY >CENTER FOR WRITING EXCELLENCE (top of page) Click on: Student Code of Academic Integrity 2008 Use of Academic References Dear Students:
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The below excerpt from the Academic Policies link on your Classroom materials webpage is a reminder on the accepted use of internet resources. So how can you find “peer reviewed” resources? The first place to look is your Library link on your home page. Other places are: Google Scholar found on www.google.com > more > Scholar And Librarians' Internet Index at: http://lii.org/ All Modalities: Coursework must uphold the high standards of academic integrity established by University of Phoenix. Consequently, the majority of research conducted by student/learners must be peer-reviewed academic journals, such as those in the University Library, or the additional readings on the course materials page for each course. Internet searches often lead to nonacademic information resources, such as Wikipedia.org, Ask.com, Encarta.msn.com, Infoplease.com , etc. These sources are not to be used as they are not academic in nature. The student/learner is responsible for the accuracy of any facts presented in assignments. Finding Academic References Dear Students: The below excerpt from the Academic Policies link on your Classroom materials webpage is a reminder on the accepted use of internet resources. So how can you find “peer reviewed” resources? The first place to look is your Library link on your home page. All Modalities: Coursework must uphold the high standards of academic integrity established by University of Phoenix. Consequently, the majority of research conducted by student/learners must be peer-reviewed academic journals, such as those in the University Library, or the additional readings on the course materials page for each course. Internet searches often lead to nonacademic information resources, such as Wikipedia.org, Ask.com,
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