Bribery: The offering of money or any item or service to a member of the faculty, staff, administration or any other person in order to commit academic misconduct. Conspiracy and Collusion: The planning or acting with one or more fellow students, any member of the faculty, staff or administration, or any other person to commit any form of academic misconduct together. Falsification of Records: The tampering with, or altering in any way any academic record used or maintained by the University. Academic Dishonesty: In general, by any act or omission not specifically mentioned above and which is outside the customary scope of preparing and completing academic assignments and/or contrary to the above stated policies concerning academic integrity. Any violation of this section shall first require a determination as to whether the act or omission constitutes academic misconduct. Students with Disabilities 10
Students with disabilities who require course modifications should request accommodations from the Disability Resource Center (DRC). The contact information to register with DRC in the Graham Center, Room 190, is (305) 348-3532 (voice), (305) 348-3850 (fax), (800) 955- 8771 (TDD). The DRC will determine what accommodations will be provided. If a student requires course accommodations, s/he should alert the professor at the beginning of the course. Students with disabilities should be aware that course accommodations will not substantially alter or lower course requirements. Student Responsibilities Quality of Work 1. Assignments must reflect students’ own thought and effort. Cheating, including recycling your or another student’s assignment as your own, or plagiarism will result in an F for the assignment and/or exams, and a grade of F for the course. The professor may take further action as described in the Academic Misconduct section of the current FIU Student Handbook 2. If a student receives unsatisfactory grades, it is important to contact the professor by phone or email to make an appointment to discuss and correct the issues. 3. Assignments must be turned in on the day on which they are due. There are no late assignments. 4. Assigned chapters should be read prior to class meeting. 5. All assignments must reflect professional quality, ideas expressed clearly, correct grammar, correct spelling and neat in appearance. All typed assignments must be in size 12 pitch, Times New Roman, and spaced according to instructions. Points are taken off assignments if format is not followed. 6. Personal computers (laptops/tablets/iPads/etc) may be used for specific activities with the students and as directed by the professor. 7. All cell phones must be turned off during class time. Texting or any other socially based interaction is not permitted during class session .
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