ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Academic integrity is expected of all students Any

Academic integrity academic integrity is expected of

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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY : Academic integrity is expected of all students. Any dishonesty in the performance of course work, such as plagiarism or cheating in other forms, will be reported and will negatively affect your grade. Whether aiding or being aided, both students will receive a zero for that assignment. In the event the student is charged with some form of dishonesty, the Student Discipline Policy will be followed. A copy of the policy is posted on the Moodle website under the General Information Tab. Simply put, DO THE RIGHT THING! You are not allowed to copy other student’s assignments or collaborate with other students when completing tests. METHODS OF EVALUATION: Unit Quizzes, Hands-on Application Exams, Class participation, SAM Trainings & Projects, Final Project. GRADING: Quizzes 20% Exams 25% SAM Projects 20% SAM Trainings, Moodle Assignments, & Discussions 20% Final Project 15% Please note that SAM assignments are graded through that software, and discussions, Moodle assignments, and quizzes are graded through Moodle. (The 2 systems do not connect.) Therefore, your standing in the class will be updated in Moodle to reflect an overall accurate standing after completion of each of the following topics: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
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ATTENDANCE POLICY: Students are expected to participate in the virtual class by completing SAM assignments, submitting quizzes and tests on time, and to use the Community Help Forum to communicate with the class when you have a question. Students are also expected to respond to discussion questions posted by the instructor in the Discussion Forum . DISABILITY SERVICES STATEMENT Holyoke Community College values inclusion and equal access to its programs and activities and is committed to fostering an environment of mutual respect and full participation. Our goal is to create learning environments that are equitable, inclusive and welcoming. If you are an individual with a disability and require reasonable academic accommodations, you are advised to contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS) at any time to discuss your accommodation needs and options. The ODS will work collaboratively with students with disabilities to develop effective accommodation plans for implementation in the classroom. The ODS is located in DON 147. For an appointment, please call 413-552-2417. The Video Phone (VP) number is 413-650-5502. WITHDRAWAL POLICY: In the event a student is unable to complete the requirements of the course, it is in the student’s best interest to withdraw from the course. Contact Student Services to obtain forms to complete a course withdrawal. Students who fail to submit any combination of 4 assignments, exams, and/or quizzes will risk administrative withdrawal from the course. SYLLABUS & TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS: These files are static which means they are posted the first day of the semester and remain unchanged. Any updates or changes to these schedules may be posted in the appropriate week on the homepage, in the SAM Software, or as a course announcement.
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