During testing do not double click only single click

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During testing: Do not double click, only single click (and await response from server). You do not need to save as when you advance , the item is saved automatically when items are presented one at a time as in this course. Using the tripod, position the webcam to the side of your desk so that the webcam captures a profile view of you, your computer, and desk. The webcam should provide a clear view of you, the desk and computer from the level of the desk up. The desk 12 | P a g e
surface must remain in view through the entire test. We do check your video each time and if we cannot see the desktop, you may receive a zero on the quiz or final. No wearing a hat and/or sunglasses Ensure your work surface and person are free of all materials (no necklaces, watches, paper, writing instruments, cell phones, tablets, second computers, books, etc .). You must confirm this in the 360 degree environmental scan conducted prior to starting the test. You will receive a zero if the 360 scan is not done correctly—especially if the full desk top is not clearly shown. Ensure that you are alone in a quiet room while testing to prevent the appearance that you are receiving outside help. You are encouraged to test during daytime hours when you can receive assistance from distance education and/or your instructor, if you experience issues while testing. If you lose your connection to the test, get totally out of RLB and reenter as this usually corrects the problem. If you cannot get back in, text your instructor and call Blackboard support (link to contact Blackboard help is in the upper right corner of the Blackboard homepage). Please be aware that your faculty cannot be available 24/7 during the testing days. Attendance Policy : At The University of Texas at Arlington, taking attendance is not required. Rather, each faculty member is free to develop his or her own methods of evaluating students’ academic performance, which includes establishing course-specific policies on attendance. As the instructor of this section, class attendance and participation is expected of all students. Students are responsible for all missed course information. Grading Policy : Students are expected to keep track of their performance throughout the semester and seek guidance from available sources (including the instructor) if their performance drops below satisfactory levels. Students are responsible for uploading & submitting the correct document in the appropriate Blackboard assignment drop box. The document submitted will be graded and no substitution of the document will be accepted. Be very careful in your submission!! Submit ONLY MS Word documents. Apple MAC users—do not submit Pages! Please verify before you submit the document and again within five minutes of submission. Do NOT request us to reset an assignment unless it is within 5 minutes of upload. If faculty are unable to open the document, you will receive a grade of zero. Do not submit a document early as there is no

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