Notifications in case of changes to course modality

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Notifications in Case of Changes to Course Modality
Depending on the course of the pandemic during the semester, the university may make changes to the way classes are offered. If that happens, please look for announcements or messages in [email protected] or Knights email about changes specific to this course.COVID-19 and Illness NotificationStudents who believe they may have a COVID-19 diagnosis should contact UCF Student Health Services (407-823-2509) so proper contact tracing procedures can take place.Students should not come to campus if they are ill, are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID, or if anyone living in their residence has tested positive or is sick with COVID-19 symptoms. CDC guidance for COVID-19 symptoms is located here: (-testing/symptoms.html)Students should contact their instructor(s) as soon as possible if they miss class for any illness reason to discuss reasonable adjustments that might need to be made. When possible, students should contact their instructor(s) before missing class.In Case of Faculty IllnessIf the instructor falls ill during the semester, there may be changes to this course, including having a backup instructor take over the course. Please look for announcements or mail in [email protected] or Knights email for any alterations to this course.Course Accessibility and Disability COVID-19 Supplemental StatementAccommodations may need to be added or adjusted should this course shift from an on-campus to a remote format. Students with disabilities should speak with their instructor and should contact [email protected]to discuss specific accommodations for this or other courses.IMPORTANT DATESJanuary 12 First Day of ClassJanuary 15Drop/Swap DeadlineMarch 26Withdrawal DeadlineApril 11-18Spring Break – No ClassesApril 22Last Day of ClassMay 2Final Submission Deadline WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Week 1 (01/12 and 01/14): Section 1 – O! Brave New WorldSyllabus Overview/Class IntroductionThe Search for El Dorado/Thomas More’s UtopiaSocial Contract Theory/State of NaturePre-Columbian Civilizations in North AmericaClass Discussion 1: Course Introduction (Due 01/17 at 11:59 PM)Week 2 (01/19 and 01/21): Section 1 – O! Brave New WorldThe Columbian ExchangeMapping the New WorldConquistador Campaigns of Cortez and Pizzaro The “Conquest” of FloridaNew Sweden/New Netherland/New France ColoniesClass Discussion 2: Out of Small Beginnings (Due 01/24 at 11:59 PM)Week 3 (01/26 and 01/28): Section 1 – O! Brave New WorldRoanoke Colony/Spanish Armada Jamestown Settlement/Powhatan Confederacy Plymouth Plantation/Wampanoag NationAntinomian Controversy/Salem Witch TrialsBritish America/Colonial Rebellions Section 1 Exam (Due 01/31 at 11:59 PM)Week 4 (02/02 and 02/04): Section 2 – Liberty or Death! Unrest in England/Abdication CrisisEnglish Civil War/Commonwealth of EnglandCromwell’s Dictatorship/RestorationGlorious Revolution of 1688Seven Years/French and Indian War

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