If you find that another recitation section works better for you you may

If you find that another recitation section works

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attend their section of enrollment to receive attendance/participation credit. If you find that another recitation section works better for you, you may request a transfer through Dr. Powe, even after the drop/add deadline. Open office hour policy: students may consult any of Dr. Powe’s TAs during their scheduled office hours. Disabilities: U of L is committed to providing access to programs and services for qualified students with disabilities. If you are a student with a disability and require accommodation to participate in and complete requirements for this class, contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC) in Robbins Hall (852-6938) for verification of eligibility and determination of specific accommodations. To maintain confidentiality, please bring documents from the DRC to my office during office hours. Electronic Devices: In general, all electronic devices other than a calculator are prohibited during lectures, recitations, and exams. Exceptions to this rule: 1. Calculators with 26-letter alphanumeric capability may be used during class, though we strongly recommend that you use the same calculator you will be using on exams. 2. Students who wish to use a computer during lectures, for the purpose of taking notes can do so provided that they do not use it for any purpose and they do not distract other students. Violators will be asked to leave and will have their computer-use privileges revoked. 3. Use of translation devices (electronic or otherwise) is not normally permitted on exams. Rare exceptions to this policy may be granted on a case-by-case basis, and must be discussed with Dr. Powe in advance. Use of electronic translation devices during lectures must be cleared with the instructor. Students with a disability who require use of an electronic device during class (other than standard hearing aids, etc) should notify the instructor. Electronic Mail (e-mail, email) policy : All correspondence to your instructors is considered professional and should be treated as such. If you want me to remember something, give it to me in writing, and follow-up with an email reminder. Email is the best way to correspond with me outside of class time, if you cannot come to my office. Since email is the most common way of correspondence, here are steadfast rules to apply in ALL email communication to Dr. Powe: 1. Include an informative subject line (such as Chem 201 or GenChemI). 2. Begin the letter with an appropriate greeting (i.e. Dear Dr. Powe, Hi Professor Powe, Hello Professor); 3. Include a clear body. Using correct grammar and spelling, be clear about your question or concern. Always spell-check and re-read the email for clarity before hitting 'Send'. If your words are important enough to write, then they are important enough to write properly. Do not type the entire letter in all uppercase! 4. End your letter with YOUR NAME and RECITATION SECTION (signature).

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