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3.Except in cases of actual error, final grades are permanent. If you need to drop this course, refer to the classschedule for the deadlines and requirements for dropping or withdrawing from courses.Extra CreditSome extra credit opportunities may be provided during the semester. However, this is up to the instructor what (if any)extra credit will be offered.Alternate Procedure for Submitting WorkIn the event of technical problems with the internet, email, and/or TITANium, work may be submitted in these ways:FAX work to department office FAX at (657) 278-3110Attn: Valerie HannahHand Deliver or Mail work to instructor’s office or department at:Valerie HannahCSUF Reading DepartmentP.O. Box 6868Fullerton, CA 92834Please contact the instructor to inform them of your problem and decide on the best way to proceed.QualityThe quality of a student’s performance will be determined by adherence to instructions, thoroughness, incorporation ofreadings and discussions, accuracy, evidence of high-level thinking (analysis, synthesis, application, and evaluation) andclear and logical presentation of ideas.Papers must be word-processed, double-spaced, and of scholarly quality and appearance to receive full credit. Coursewritings will be evaluated based on the guidelines of UPS 411.201. This includes use of rubrics to evaluate students’organization and expression of complex data and/or ideas. Careful evaluation with suggestions for improvement will beprovided in a timely manner so that students have an opportunity to remediate errors on future assignments.Students found guilty of academic dishonesty will be assigned an appropriate academic penalty and reported to theJudicial Officer on campus. Academic penalties may include a failing grade on an assignment to a failing grade in thecourse (see below).Success Strategies for Online LearningStudents in online courses have found these strategies to be useful and assist in their success in the course.Designate a place and schedule specific times for working on the courseself-discipline is crucial to success in anonline course.Use the Weekly Checklists as a general overview of assignments and due dates.Save each Weekly Checklist, and any additional materials needed to a designated folder on your computer or keepthese in a folder or binder for easy reference.Familiarize yourself with all resources on TITANiumthey are there to help you.Check Remind and your CSUF email daily. New announcements posted to the TITANium will be automatically emailedto all users.
6Complete reading assignments early in the week; post your participation assignment entry as specified in the WeeklyChecklist.Submit only thoughtful and substantive posts to the interactive assignments. Keep your communications concise andto the point. Use professional language and tone, as in a face-to-face classroom environment. To encourageresponses to your post, try concluding with a question.

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