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2021SP-CIS-110-1440 SyllabusPage 4Rev. 07282017; 07132018; 06152020COVID-19 StatementRCC cares about the health of its students, faculty, staff, and community. The health, safety andwell-being of students is paramount. RCC will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic andprovide updates. Students should refer to the COVID-19 Resource page on the College’swebsite for the latest Coronavirus information.Students who have been sick with COVID-19 symptoms, tested positive for COVID-19, or havebeen exposed to someone with COVID-19 either through community-related exposure orinternational travel, must notify their faculty and are required to follow CDC guidance to stayhome and self-isolate. Students should refer toRCC’s COVID-19 Case Proceduresdocumentlocated on theCollege’s webpagefor the latest procedures.Students on campus understand they are using campus facilities at their own risk and RCC is notliable if they become ill. Students must practice social distancing, handwashing, and arerequired to wear face coverings. I understand that the College reserves the right to maintain asafe and orderly educational environment for students, staff, and visitors. When a student'sconduct disrupts or threatens to disrupt the college community, appropriate action will betaken to restore and protect the stability and security of that community. [2020 - 2021 RCCCatalog and Student Handbook, p. 283.] I further understand that my refusal to practice socialdistancing, handwashing, and wear face coverings is a violation of the Student Code ofConduct [2020 - 2021 RCC Catalog and Student Handbook], Student Code of Conduct:5:...disruptive conduct that interferes with the normal operation, function, or activity of theCollege or any of its organizations, personnel, students, or guests. 17: Other:Any behaviordeemed by College officials to be a violation of accepted standards or decency and safety, orwhich threatens the campus working or learning environment, or which are prohibited by local,state, or federal law] and may result in removal from campus and/or disciplinary action.RCC reserves the right to convert all instruction to the online environment for health and safetyreasons.Course InformationCIS-110-1440Introduction to ComputersTerm:Spring 2021Course Location:OnlineAll DaysClass Hours:2Clinical/Work Experience Hours:NoneLab Hours:2Credit Hours:3Course Census [10%] Date: 2/3/2021Course Withdrawal Date: 3/29/2021
2021SP-CIS-110-1440 SyllabusPage 4Rev. 07282017; 07132018; 06152020Instructor InformationNnenna MartinEmail Address:[email protected]Office Location:OnlineWeb site:Rockingham Community CollegePhone:336.342.4261Virtual Office Hours:Tuesday:2:00-3:00 p.m.Wednesday:4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.Department Chair/Program Director/Dean InformationMrs. Sarah EvansEmail Address:[email protected]Office Location:ADT 107-CTelephone:336.342.4261, ext. 2113Course Delivery MethodInternet/Asynchronous OnlineClass instruction is delivered exclusively online. Class includes learning activities and contentthat students are expected to engage independently and on their own time. While students are

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Spring
Professor
Coates
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Academia, Personal computer, E learning, Rockingham Community College

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