1 Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University School of Administrative Studies LA&PS22003.0UIntroduction To Marketing Winter 2012POLICY GUIDE AND COURSE OUTLINECourse Director: Richard D Patterson Contact Information: [email protected]O:416.484.6577 Weekly lecture power/point slides:posted on the course section Moodle web site for access by students enrolled in this course section only. It is recommended that they be printed out 4 to a page in black and white to be used for taking notes during class lecture. Slides are revised from text book web site for the exclusive use of teaching professor/students in this section. Student Laptops(or other technological communicating devices) Students are expected to act professionally in the classroom.Therefore, laptop usage in the classroom should be restricted to activities directly supporting the current learning objectives.Student laptops are a classroom privilege and to be used for class subject use only.Any violation during classroom time of this direction (such as text messaging, web surfing, E-Mail use etc.) student will be asked to refrain from using Laptop in future classes. This misuse is distracting to the teaching professor or teaching assistant, let alone students sitting in the immediate area. Adherence of this classroom privilege is expected and violation will result in student being asked to leave the classroom and will require a personal meeting with the teaching professor before being allowed back into weekly classroom sessions. Laptops are to be turned off and put away during group marketing plan or guest presentations. Failure to do so will result in a 5% penalty on final personal marketing plan grade as determined by Professor, Course Director or Teaching Assistant. Registration You must be registered to attend this class. If you are not now officially registered in this courseAND IN THIS SECTION, you must do so. The only way to register in the course, or to change your section, is by voice response enrolment. You must do this BEFORE the “add without permission” date, as you will not be allowed to register or change sections after that date.
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