CE 570 Course Syllabus (Fall 2018).pdf

We expect that you will familiarize yourself with the

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enforced. We expect that you will familiarize yourself with the academic integrity guidelines in the current Catalog and Student Handbook. Safeguards, such as verification the identity of students during on-line participation and the exams shall be taken at a proctored place, will be taken to ensure the authenticity of student work. Appropriate On-Line Behavior In all of their on-line interactions with the course instructor and their student colleagues, students in this course are expected to exhibit appropriate on-line behavior. Such guidelines have been famously compiled as “netiquette” by Virginia Shea ( ). In summary: Do not write something on-line that would be considered rude or offensive in person; Abide by civil and criminal laws (paying for shareware; eschewing piracy); Make sure that the content you post is appropriate to the tone and purpose of the domain; Respect others’ time and bandwidth by being succinct and taking care not to post accidentally; Use formal language that is appropriate to a classroom setting;
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Share what you know with others when it is helpful; Do not perpetuate extended “flaming”; Respect the privacy of others; Do not abuse your expert knowledge; Be forgiving of others’ mistakes. You are encouraged to read more about netiquette at Emergency Procedures Policy During an emergency it is necessary for students to have a basic understanding of their personal responsibilities and the university’s emergency response procedures. In the event of an emergency, please know the safe evacuation routes for your specific building and floor, as well as the evacuation assembly areas for your building. Students can determine the university’s operational status by checking the university’s web site at , calling the university’s hotline number at 657-519-0911, or tuning in to area radio and television stations. Students should assume that classes will be held unless they hear or read an official closure announcement. In the event of an emergency, please call 911. The campus non- emergency line is 657-278-2515, and the 24-hour recorded emergency information line is 657- 519-0911. Additional information on university emergency procedures can be found at .
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