I find these kinds of behaviors distracting and it ultimately disrupts the

I find these kinds of behaviors distracting and it

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Instructors do notice these things. I find these kinds of behaviors distracting, and it ultimately disrupts the class. If I ask that you stop doing some behavior and you persist, I will ask you to leave class. In extreme cases, I will ask you not to come back, and you will have to forfeit any points you receive for attending lecture. It will be your responsibility to keep track of your scores in Blackboard. If you notice that a score has been incorrectly entered into Blackboard, you must show the original paper with the correct grade to your TA by Monday of finals week. In fairness to the vast majority of students who take their college career seriously, no form of cheating will be tolerated. If you cheat on any exam or assignment in this class, you will fail the entire class and I will file official judicial charges against you immediately with the Dean of Students, who will place a notice about the incident in your permanent record. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Cheating includes, but is not limited to, looking on others' tests or letting them look on yours during a test, copying or giving others test answers, and plagiarism which includes copying the words of a fellow student or any other author in your papers, copying even short phrases from written work that you are using as a reference (even if you cite it properly), handing in work that you have handed in for another class, handing in papers you've gotten from the internet or from other students, etc. All violations of student conduct or academic integrity will be handled according to UIC’s student conduct policy: Students with disabilities who require accommodations for access and participation in this course must be registered with the Office of Disability Services (ODS). Please contact ODS at (312) 413-2103 (voice) or (312) 413-0123 (TTY). Information about reasonable accommodations is found at . Religious Holidays: Students who wish to observe their religious holidays must notify me by the tenth day of the semester they will be absent unless their religious holiday is observed on or before the tenth day. In such cases, the student shall notify me at least five days in advance of the date when he or she will be absent.
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Incomplete Grades: University policy on incomplete grades is very strict. The professor will grant an incomplete grade only under the most extreme circumstances. Do not request an incomplete unless the following conditions apply (taken from the undergraduate catalogue): Course work is incomplete when a student fails to submit all required assignments or is absent from the final examination; incomplete course work will normally result in a failing grade. The IN (incomplete) grade may be assigned in lieu of a grade only when all the following conditions are met: (a) the student has been making satisfactory progress in the course; (b) the student is unable to complete all course work due to unusual circumstances that are beyond personal
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