Anatomy 1010 syllabus.pdf

At dalhousie university we respect the values of

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At Dalhousie University, we respect the values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, responsibility and respect. As a student, adherence to the values of academic integrity and related policies is a requirement of being part of the academic community at Dalhousie University. What does academic integrity mean? Academic integrity means being honest in the fulfillment of your academic responsibilities thus establishing mutual trust. Fairness is essential to the interactions of the academic community and is achieved through respect for the opinions and ideas of others. “Violations of intellectual honesty are offensive to the entire academic community, not just to the individual faculty member and students in whose class an offence occurs.” [ Intellectual Honesty section of University Calendar ] 8
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What will happen if an allegation of an academic offence is made against you? I am required to report a suspected offence. The full process is outlined in the Discipline flow chart and includes the following: Each Faculty has an Academic Integrity Officer (AIO) who receives allegations from instructors The AIO decides whether to proceed with the allegation and you will be notified of the process If the case proceeds, you will receive an INC (incomplete) grade until the matter is resolved If you are found guilty of an academic offence, a penalty will be assigned ranging from a warning to a suspension or expulsion from the University and can include a notation on your transcript, failure of the assignment or failure of the course. All penalties are academic in nature. Students with a marginal failure (FM) and enroled in the Faculty of Health Professions are eligible to write a SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATION . The Supplemental Examination will be written within the first two weeks of January. It is the student’s responsibility (with an FM) to contact Dr. Gary Allen to set a date for the Supplemental Exam. Transfer Credit In accordance with Dalhousie University regulations, Transfer Credit in Anatomy 1010 or 1020 will be considered for approval only for those students who present Course Outlines and evidence of a minimum grade of C or equivalent in a half credit course in Human Anatomy or Human Anatomy and Physiology, completed at an approved University within the past ten years. According to policy set by the School of Dental Hygiene, students in the Dental Hygiene program must have completed an approved anatomy course with a grade of B- within the past four years. Student Accessibility Services Students with permanent or temporary disabilities who would like to discuss classroom or exam accommodations are asked to come and see me as soon as possible. You can meet me after class or privately during office hours.
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