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Course SyllabusJump to TodayContact InformationInstructorName: Dr. Abigail E. ComberEmail (Ivy Tech Email): [email protected]Instructor’s Supervisor and Campus Program / Department ChairName: Erin Lehman, ASE Faculty LeadPhone Number: 812-374-5335Email (Ivy Tech Email):[email protected](mailto:[email protected])Ivy Tech Technical Support: Help DeskPhone: 1-888-IVY-LINE (1-888-489-5463), select option 4Visit the Student Help Center()Submit a Help Ticket()Ivy Tech Online Learning SupportLocate your campus's online learning support.(?q=-bQ0Ldsg)Disabilities Support ContactContact Disabilities Support Services (DSS)()
Required Text & MaterialsTEXT: No textbook is required for this course.SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:All students are required to use Microsoft Word as their word-processing software for this class.All currently enrolled Ivy Tech students are eligible to downloadthe Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus package.To download this software do the following:Instructions for Downloading Microsoft Office:1. Log into My Ivy2. Select "Student"3. Then select "Student Resources"4. Under "Other Resources" there is a link to Download Microsoft Office5. From there, follow the directions for your machine (Windows or Mac)Because this is a web-based course, it is expected that all students who enroll in the course haveInternet access and a basic understanding of computer use (e.g., using email, sending attachments viaemail, using web browsers, and using word processing software such as Microsoft Word). Also, it isexpected that all students will regularly check their Ivy Tech email accounts (located in MyIvy) and/orIvyLearn Conversations as indicated below.It is recommended that students log into their course andalso check email at least once every 48 hours.Course Outline of RecordCOURSE TITLE: General Studies Capstone CourseCOURSE NUMBER: GENS 279PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of 40 program hours and Program Advisor approvalSCHOOL: Liberal Arts and SciencesPROGRAM: General StudiesCREDIT HOURS: 1CONTACT HOURS: Lecture:1DATE OF LAST REVISION: Spring, 2012EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS REVISION: Fall, 2018CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Provides a culminating experience designed to demonstrate the student’smastery of information literacy; ethical and responsible behavior; political, social, and environmentalresponsibility; and diversity awareness, both in general and in the student’s area of interest. May requirea research project, presentation, and/or portfolio.MAJOR COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of this course the student willbe expected to:
1. Demonstrate mastery of information literacy in general and within the student’s area of interest.2. Demonstrate the ability to identify and perform behaviors that are ethical and responsible in generaland within the student’s area of interest.

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