Professor may elect to give extra points recorded in the Participation category

Professor may elect to give extra points recorded in

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Professor may elect to give extra points (recorded in the “Participation” category) for extra performance, timing in completion of the assignments, etc. Contrary to that, for example, lack of participation in the group assignments will reduce participation points. c) Grades : Grades are based not only on demonstrated effort but also on demonstrated ability, mastery of the material, and quality of all work produced. In other words, it is not the amount of time spent on an assignment that leads to a good grade, but the quality of the results. d) Distributions of grades : All points will be accumulated for the course; a letter grade will be assigned to a student at the end of the course. Grades will be curved. 3) Plagiarism : It should go without saying, that what you present to the instructor and upload to Moodle must be your own work (please see Academic Honesty Policy ). Plagiarism will be reported to the university. The uploaded materials will stay in Moodle indefinitely and can be verified for plagiarism at any time. 4) Moodle a) Announcements will be placed on the Moodle; students must check them regularly b) For authentication, make sure that your name is placed on the assignments and it is the same (identical) as the name listed on the Moodle and in the GET system. If you changed your name, then place the changed name in parenthesis (…) after the GET name. The Professor cannot review the assignments attributed to unrecognized names. 5) MyMISLab : When you register on MyMISLab, use the same last and first names, which you use on GET and Moodle. Recommended browser – Chrome. 6) Email communication a) E-mail to Professor : i) Write CIS3010 (and nothing else) in the email subject line and sign it with your name as shown on GET. It will prevent lost or delayed email as the email is being sorted automatically based on the subject line. Please, do not send duplicate (redundant) messages. ii) Include the incoming Professor’s message to which they are replying. It will help to maintain continuity of the email correspondence. iii) Do not email to the Professor using Moodle email (the Moodle messages are send as [email protected] and cannot be replied). Use only your regular email accounts. b) Time of email communication : Monday through Friday (the professor will not respond emails during weekends and holidays). Importance of an email is determined by its timing: any student's email about any issue must be sent the same day or as soon as possible. c) The student’s CSULA campus email account (as listed in the student’s record on Moodle and in the GET system) is the official means of communication from Professor to a student. A student is required to check his/her CSULA email regularly (preferably, daily) not to miss important messages from Professors.
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