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Midterm ExamThe Midterm will cover all content from modules/weeks 1–4, will consist of 5 short answer/essay questions.2 of 6
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Final ExamThe Final Exam will be comprehensive. It will cover all material covered in this course, will consist of 5 short answer/essayquestions.Course GradingCourse Requirements Checklist10Reading Summaries (6 at 50 pts ea)300Content Presentations/Discussions (5 at 40 ptsea)200Article Summaries (5 at 20 pts ea)100Midterm Exam(Modules 1–4)150Final Exam(Modules 1–8)250Total1010PoliciesLate Assignment PolicyCourse Assignments, including discussion boards, exams, and other graded assignments, should be submitted on time.If the student is unable to complete an assignment on time, then he or she must contact the instructor immediately by email.Assignments that are submitted after the due date without prior approval from the instructor will receive the following deductions:1. Late assignments submitted within one week after the due date will receive a 10% deduction.2. Assignments submitted more than one week and less than 2 weeks late will receive a 20% deduction.3. Assignments submitted two weeks late or after the final date of the course will not be accepted.4. Group projects, including group discussion board threads and/or replies, and assignments will not be accepted after the duedate.Special circumstances (e.g. death in the family, personal health issues) will be reviewed by the instructor on a case-by-case basis.Instructor Feedback and Response TimeResponses to student emails will be provided within 36 hours and assignment feedback will be given within 5 days from theassignment due date.Disability AssistanceStudents with a disability and those with medical conditions associated with pregnancy may contact Liberty University’s OnlineOffice of Disability Accommodation Support (ODAS) at [email protected]for accommodations. Such accommodationsrequire appropriate documentation of your condition. For more information about ODAS and the accommodations process,including how to request an accommodation, please visit . Requests for accommodations notrelated to disabilities or pregnancy must be directed to the Registrar’s Office, which generally handles medical needs support.If you have a complaint related to disability discrimination or an accommodation that was not provided, you may contact ODAS or3 of 6
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the Office of Equity and Compliance by phone at (434) 592-4999 or by email at [email protected]. Click to see afull copy of Liberty’s Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Policyor the Student Disability Grievance Policy andProcedures.Course AttendanceIn an effort to comply with U.S. Department of Education policies, attendance is measured by physical class attendance or anysubmission of a required assignment within the enrollment dates of the course (such as examinations, written papers or projects,any discussion board posts, etc.) or initiating any communication with one’s professor regarding an academic subject. More
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