Turnitin.com is open for all assignments this quarter, you don’t have to wait until the due date and time to submit. Final Grades 92.50-100% A 77.50-79.99 C+ 60.00-62.49 D- 90.00-92.49% A- 72.50-77.49 C < 60.00% F 87.50-89.99% B+ 70.00-72.49 C- 82.50-87.49% B 67.50-69.99 D+ 80.00-82.49% B- 62.50-67.49 D This course is not graded on the curve. Percentages will not be rounded up or down.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Course Policies Academic Integrity All of the work completed in this course is expected to be your own. Plagiarism or cheating will not be tolerated in this course. For more information, visit the Academic Integrity Policies page: . In addition, department protocol maintains a maximum allowance of 30% similarity on all assignments. I have set up assignments and papers to allow you to submit twice by the final deadline (this allows you to check your % similarity once prior to final submission). If you are over 30% but it is mainly quotes I will allow slighty over 30% similarity (but it should not be much higher than 30%). If you are over 30%, the easiest way to reduce is to paraphrase more and direct quote less. Including more original thought can also help reduce. Repeat offenses will be warned and then receive points off or zeros altogether. Plagiarism will be penalized with a 0 any assignments or the paper. Plagiarism includes copying and pasting from another source, yourself or student paper as well as turning in another student's paper that has been turned in before. This is why you need to review the APA book so that you cite correctly. You will be turning in your papers through turnitin.com if you are over 30% it is likely that you have plagiarized. Netiquette Netiquette refers to the behavior that you are expected to follow when communicating online. It covers both common courtesy in an online environment and the informal ground “rules” for navigating in cyberspace. For this course, you are asked to follow these basic guidelines: When writing an email to your instructor, include the class name and section, along with a description, in the subject line. For example: COM 206.01 RE: Design Project. Use a signature with your full name at the end of your emails. Remember that slang can be misunderstood or misinterpreted – use your “academic” voice. pls dnt use txt lang when sending messages 2 me. Be aware of your tone and avoid sentences typed in all caps – it implies online “screaming” or “shouting.” Do not send angry messages known as “flaming.” Do not use offensive language.
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