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SLS 1501 Peer Mentor: Each section of SLS 1501 has an assigned Peer Mentor who will serve as a valuable source of information and support to ensure your success. In providing an outstanding mentor-mentee relationship, you will complete a one on one meeting with your peer mentor. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about campus or anything at all from an expert that has a shared pathway. One on One meetings must be completed no later than Friday, July 15. This required meeting counts towards your final grade. Webcourses and Technology This course utilizes UCF Webcourses. Your textbook chapters and any supplemental materials are integrated within webcourses. Furthermore, important announcements, assignments, instructions, rubrics, course grades, and all the information you need to be successful reside in webcourses. Logging into webcourses you will need your NID and NID password. UCF Creed Integrity: I will practice and defend academic and personal honesty. Scholarship: I will cherish and honor learning as a fundamental purpose of my membership in the UCF Community. Community: I will promote an open and supportive campus environment by respecting the rights and contributions of every individual. Creativity: I will use my talents to enrich the human experience. Excellence: I will strive the highest standards of performance in every endeavor I undertake. Statement of Academic Integrity and Ethics: As reflected in the UCF Creed, integrity and scholarship are core values that should guide our conduct and decisions as members of the UCF community. It is expected of you to adhere to the academic creed of this University and maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. As plagiarism and cheating contradict these values, they are very serious academic offenses. Penalties can include a failing grade on an assignment, or in the course, or may extend to suspension or expulsion from the University. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with and follow the University’s Rules of Conduct. ( ) Disability Access Statement: It is my goal that this class be an accessible and welcoming experience for all students, including those with disabilities that may impact learning in this class. If anyone believes the design of this course poses 2 © Stategies for Success Program/First Year Experience: University of Central Florida (2016)
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barriers to effectively participating and/or demonstrating learning in this course, please meet with me (with or without a Student Accessibility Services (SAS) accommodation letter) to discuss reasonable options or adjustments. During our discussion, I may suggest the possibility/necessity of your contacting SDS (Ferrell Commons 185; 407-823-2371; [email protected] ) to talk about academic accommodations. You are welcome to talk to me at any point in the semester about course design concerns, but it is always best if we can talk at least one week prior to the need for any modifications.
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