(168386865) SyllabusREL212Spring2014.pdf

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The majority of tutors are currently enrolled students who have made an A or B in the course or its equivalent in which they are tutoring and have been recommended by their instructor. All students interested in receiving tutorial assistance or being a tutor should see the Tutoring Center staff for an appropriate application form. The Tutoring Center is located in room 100-102 in the James L. Williams Health Careers Building, 334-4822 ext. 2528. Stop by to see the hours of operation. The Writing Center The English/Humanities Department sponsors and staffs the Writing Centers. Writing Centers offer individual assistance for all GTCC students with writing assignments from any class they take. Questions about getting started to incorporating primary and/or secondary sources papers can be addressed. While our services are not intended to include proofreading, we will help guide your editing and revision process. Services are free to GTCC students. While it’s possible you can receive help by just dropping in, we encourage you to make an appointment several days in advance if possible. Hours of availability are posted on the department’s web site. The AT Open Computer Lab The Open Lab houses 132 computers for student use free of charge. Access to the Internet and software taught in curriculum classes is available. Printing is available at 10 cents per page. Both a card-accessed and a coin-operated photo copier are also present in the room. Help from the two professionals and student lab assistants with the range of software loaded on these computers is always available. Students can get help with Moodle and use of the Internet as well. The Open Lab operates Monday through Thursday from 7:00am to 8:00pm and Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Code of Conduct for the Learning Environment P a g e | 6
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GTCC is an institution for adult learning. The GTCC learning environment reflects a partnership between instructors with the desire to teach and students with the desire to learn. In order to create an appropriate environment for teaching and learning, there must be mutual respect. Listed below are guidelines for behavior which the College has established to ensure that the learning environment is not compromised. 1. Identification. To promote a safe learning environment, all persons who are consistently present on a GTCC campus are required to have in their possession at GTCC issued ID and present it upon request by college personnel. 2. Tobacco Free. Because of the commitment of GTCC to health and well-being, students violating the “Tobacco Free Campus Policy” (no tobacco products allowed including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff, etc.) will be subject to probation for the first offense and suspension (one semester) for the second offense. 3. Profanity. To promote a respectful learning environment, GTCC students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner appropriate for their course of study. Physically or verbally lewd or indecent behavior, profanity, threatening or sexually explicit language and obscene acts are strictly prohibited.
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