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published research (i.e., articles, books, internet, etc.).It is very accurate and provides citesfor the original sources and displays the overlap in content between the two documents.NOTE: This is a very accurate process and can identify over 98% of content that has beenplagiarized. Be sure and paraphrase content and cite original sources.Students may not share questions on exams or answers on exams.In addition, students mynot share essay questions. If students are caught sharing items on exams or essays, it willresult in a grade of F for the course.XVIII. Instruction & Participation:Preparation:Please be advised that this is a very complex subject matter that requires asignificant dedication of time.The reading material will require careful and multiplereadings.This is a 3-hour class, which means for the spring semester a minimum of 8 to 10hours per week should be dedicated to the course.Course Expectations:Course expectations reflect those of a graduate level class. Graduatestudents are expected to actively participate in all course activities and completeassignments in a timely manner. You are expected to utilize all resources in a way thatresults in mastery and fluency with course materials and that will allow you to develop theskills necessary to demonstrate knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorders in the future.Who is my course instructor?Ball State University is dedicated to ensuring qualifiedinstructors who are supported in their efforts to provide you with high quality training teach
all of our courses. We also seek to provide consistent training irrespective of the section ofthis course in which you are enrolled. As a result, you have been assigned a lead instructorwho will facilitate all learning experiences. Contact information for this instructor is at thetop of this syllabus. You should always address any questions you have about this coursefirst to this lead instructor. However, you will also notice that one or more additionalinstructors may be listed. These additional instructors provide support to the lead instructorand are available to you if a question has not been sufficiently resolved with your leadinstructor. Please contact support instructor(s) if a problem has not been addressed by thelead instructor within 48 hours or if you feel the problem has not been sufficiently resolvedafter repeated contact with your lead instructor.How do I reach my lead instructor?To receive the fastest response, please contact your leadinstructor via email using the address provided in this syllabus. Your lead instructor shouldrespond to your email within 48 hours, although they will strive to respond to your emailwithin 24 hours. Most lead instructors check their email at least once during a 24-hourperiod; however, this schedule may vary when they have work responsibilities that makethis impossible (e.g., traveling for 24 hours straight to attend an international conference).Your instructors Skype address is also listed on the first page of this syllabus. You will need

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