or PowerPoint presentations. You will have 45 minutes to complete exams 1 – 3; exam 4 will be shorter. The questions are presented in a linear format, which means that once you select the answer, you cannot go back to review/change your submission. Be sure to start them two hours before the test window closes to be certain you have enough time to complete the exams or overcome any technical difficulties. You may want to begin earlier for the first exam. No make-up exams will be given. The instructor will endeavor to grade assignments in a timely fashion and return them to students for review. Any questions about a grade on an assignment must be addressed before the due date of the next assignment. Instructor also reserves the right to add assignments and/or administer unannounced quizzes when necessary (i.e. when there is a lack of participation or when students cannot demonstrate evidence of having read chapters for class).
MODULE ASSIGNMENTS: I recognize students learn and communicate in different manners. Therefore, for each Module the exams, case studies, assignments and all 4 quizzes within the Module are required. For each chapter there are quizzes on your McGraw Hill website. As we don’t have face-to-face meetings, the purpose of the homework/quizzes is to ensure that you understand the key concepts from the chapter. Helpful hint: do the all assignments (reading, presentations, glossary, assignments) before taking the quiz; I have noticed substantially lower exam scores for those that do not do this. These quizzes are similar to the exams and will provide insight as to how well you are performing in the course. Students who don’t understand a concept that is part of the reading, should contact the instructor. If there are technical difficulties with the presentations, glossary, homework/quizzes, contact McGraw Hill Technical Support. Each quiz is made up of 10 multiple choice questions per chapter. Students may take a quiz as many times as they wish, submitting the highest score. Go to the following McGraw Hill site to begin: ( ) and select “Student Edition” within the Online Learning Center section on the left. Follow these steps: Choose the respective chapter within the Module and select Chapter Quiz (left side). Take the 10-question multiple choice quiz and hit Submit Answers. Students should copy him/herself to have quiz results emailed to their email, in the event there is an issue getting it to your instructor. At the end of the quiz you have the ability to email your results to yourself and the instructor. See screenshot below of quiz submission page from website: CASE STUDIES: Case studies will be used to apply course concepts to companies or organizations in real world situations.
- Summer '17
- Mary Kovach