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Unformatted text preview: PRINCIPLES OF CONDUCT San Francisco State University welcomes diversity as an opportunity for teaching, developing, and promoting multi-cultural competencies and understandings. Racial, ethnic, gender, sexual identity, disability, religious, and other individual or group differences shall not be regarded as hindrances to success. Rather, they shall be treated as positive opportunities for the enrichment of our educational resources and the quality of our campus life. BEHAVIORS WHICH ARE INTOLLERANT, INSENSITIVE, OR DISCRIMINATORY ARE DEEMED UNACCEPTABLE. “Students regularly enrolled in a class may be denied admission to the classroom, by the lecturer, if their conduct is inimical (unfriendly, hostile, or antagonistic) to the preservation of order in the class or totally irrelevant to the educational purpose of the class.” • Cell phones and iPods are to be turned off BEFORE class begins. • Please raise your hand if you have a question or statement to make. Blurting out your question or statement is not acceptable behavior. • No talking while the professor is lecturing or answering questions. • P LAGIARISM : P LAGIARISM AT S AN F RANCISCO S TATE U NIVERSITY IS PUNISHABLE BY EXPLUSION , SUSPENSION , OR DISCIPLINARY PROBATION . P LAGIARISM OR CHEATING OF ANY KIND IN THIS CLASS WILL RESULT IN AN AUTOMATIC “F” IN THE COURSE . • For the purposes of this class you are to synthesize information used. Though direct quotes should be kept to a minimum, paraphrasing is permitted. All ideas/information that have not originated from you MUST be text noted (cited) with author, publication year, and page number(s), within the body of your paper, from the original source of your information. In order to synthesize, you are to combine concepts, ideas, and information to form a new and or complex result . Synthesizing still requires citing with page numbers in the body of your paper. • You are responsible for all the information and directions contained in this course guide. The title page file and the entire course guide file needs to be printed from ilearn at https://ilearn.sfsu.edu/login/index.php _________________________________ Reference: SFSU Gator Aid 1 STUDENT TUTORIAL SERVICES Computer Skills Computing Services Training Center Location: ADM 110 Contact: x 8-1420 Computer short courses on Mac, PC, E-mail, Word, Excel and many other software products are available to provide users with basic skills. Courses are free, but non-credit. Sign-up is required. Critical Thinking Skills Critical Thinking Lab Location: HUM 391 Contact: x 8-1022 Tutoring and computer-assisted instruction for critical thinking skills Reading/Writing Skills Reading Speed & Comprehension Location: Learning Assistance Center HSS 344 Contact: x 5-0971 English 111: a course designed to improve reading rate, comprehension, and vocabulary skills. Some individual assistance is available....
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course CSF 320 taught by Professor Annemarkevich during the Fall '11 term at S.F. State.
- Fall '11