Syllabus WDW152 Tuesday Section

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Unformatted text preview: as soon as possible (www.accessibility.utoronto.ca). Course Text Book and Additional Readings: Our class will be using one textbook: Rioux, Jean- François and Vern Neufeld Redekop. Introduction to Conflict Studies: Empirical, Theoretical, and Ethical Dimensions. Don Mills: Oxford University Press Canada, 2013. You may purchase either a print copy, or an online copy of this textbook. Print copies are available at the University of Toronto Bookstore. A less expensive online version can be purchased for $61.77 by following these steps: go to www.coursesmart.com and insert either the author or title of the book, click on “add to cart,” click on the “checkout” box. From here, if you are new customers, you will be asked to create an account and will be able to complete the purchase. You will then have access to the ebook for 180 days. Additional readings will be made available on Blackboard and through Course Reserves at Robarts Library. In addition to these you are responsible for watching ONE of two movies (see titles below). Email: Students who wish to communicate via email are welcome to do so. Please note the following guidelines: 1. Use a “utoronto” account to ensure receipt of messages 2. Use full sentences and proper grammar when composing messages 3. Ensure your questions/comments are clear and comprehensible 4. Do not email panicked questions about an assignment the night before it’s due 5. Avoid unnecessary questions by first consulting the syllabus. I will endeavor to answer emails as soon as I can sometimes right away, sometimes within 48 hours. Longer questions are best dealt with in office hours. Please note that I cannot proofread assignments via email before they are due. 1 Assignment Due Dates and Submission Guidelines Your overall course grade is meant to assess your academic performance inside and outside of the classroom (relative to the course materials). A variety of assessment/grading tools were designed to assess your knowledge, skills and achievement of the course objectives; they are presented in the table below, then each of them is described briefly in the sections that follow. A SSIGNMENT D UE V ALUE Online Discussion Board Questions Seminars 2- 11 15% Conflict Mapping Assignm...
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