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Contact between the student and the instructor will be through the use of the Blackboard website and the CCAC Academic email system.Each student is REQUIRED to have a CCAC Academic Email Address/Account (see below.)Students will be given reading and Internet assignments; students can ask questions and discuss concepts of the course via email with the professor. Please feel free to schedule a time to speak with me in person during office hours if needed.The Professor’s CCAC Academic Email Address is [email protected]Course planis subject to change at the instructor’s discretion (if changes are made they will appear in the announcement folder with sufficient time for students to make adjustments). Please access the menu button entitled “Course Documents”for your course activities. Assignments will be in the“Assignments”folder.Quizzes will be in the "Quizzes"folder.Course text : Essentials of Pathophysiology, 4thEdition, Author: Carol Mattson PorthPublisher: Lippincott Williams & WilkinsISBN : 978-1-4511-9080-9 Required Materials: Textbook - used, as a rental or as an eText is perfectly fine, an older edition ( 3rd edition ) is great as well, and will likely save you a bit of money over a brand new print version.Reliable internet access and CCAC Academic Email Address are required also.Evaluation Plan:12 quizzes and 3 graded assignmentswill be provided online during the semester. The quizzes and assignments will be available only for a specified time. Students must complete andsubmit the exams and assignments during the “window” when they are posted and available. Once this time period has expired exam or assignment will disappear from view and students may not take it. If you do not submit your graded quiz or assignment during the time period indicated, you will receive a zero for that evaluation. Since students will have approximately 5 DAYS in which to complete the quizzes and exam and 2 weeks to complete the assignments. There will be no make-up quizzes or assignments. Late quizzes or assignments cannot be accepted.Please be sure to provide all sources / citations used for this assignments. Reference the SPECIFIC WEB PAGE when using internet resources. Please DO NOT "cut and paste" material or paraphrase information provided by another source. The assignments should be based in your own thoughts andwords !A REMINDER : Plagiarism Occurs when a student: • fails to place quotation marks around materialcopied word-for-word from another source, published or not, including web-based content (long quotes are indented and blocked, according to discipline documentation requirements); • neglects to attribute words and/or ideas to the author, whether the author is published or not; • closely follows the original’s wording and sentence structure when attempting to paraphrase; and/or • presents all orpart of a paper from an essay-purchasing website or other source as his or her own work. Any work submitted with plagiarism will result in a "0" grade for the assignment. Please be sure to turn in your Assignments on time. Late Assignments will not be accepted and will result in a "0" grade.12 Quizzes 15 points each3 Assignments25 points each
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1 Final Exam 45 points Total points possible 300 points totalGrading Scale:4.0 = A = 90-100% of possible points (Distinguished)3.0 = B = 80-89%(Above Average)2.0 = C = 70-79%
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