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2. No laptops, cell phones, pagers and other electronic devices may be on or in use during class. The instructor reserves the right to confiscate until the semester’s end any electronic device used or visible in class, unless specific permission is given. 3. Students must bring the text book and notes to all classes. Some timed quizze s may allow open books or open notebooks. Students are responsible to take notes during class lectures and discussions, and on readings. 4. Students must be present and on time to class. Students who miss an activity, test or quiz because of absence or tardiness may not make up the work or points. 5. Papers in this class maybe submitted to electronic plagiarism review. 6. On presentation days, students must be present in class and prepared to give their presentations. All class members will be present and give respectful attention during all presentations. 7. Students should plan to wear business attire or other special group attire for presentations. 8. The syllabus for this class consists of the document in the workbook, pp. 4-10, and this Addendum. Together they spell out our contract for this class. Changes and updates to the syllabus will be sent by e-mail to your Mason e-mail account and announced in class. 9. If you are a student with a disability and you need academic accommodations, please see me and contact the Office of Disability Resources at 703-993-2474. All academic accommodations must be arranged through that office. 10. I have read the entire syllabus for this class. Last Day to Add (Full-Semester Course): Last Day to Drop (Full-Semester Course): Selective Withdrawal Period (Full-Semester Course):
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If you are a student with a disability and you need academic accommodations, please see me and contact the Office of Disability Resources at 703.993.2474. All academic accommodations must be arranged through that office. The need for accommodations should be identified at the beginning of the semester and the specific accommodation has to be arranged through the Office of Disability Resources. Faculty should not provide accommodations to students on their own (e.g. allowing a student extra time to complete an exam because the student reports having a disability). If pressured by a student or parent, the faculty member should contact the Office of Disability Resources or Ruth J. Townsend, the ADA Coordinator for George Mason (703.993.8730). Signed ___________________________________________________
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  • Fall '07
  • Chaaban
  • 1979, 1973, 1996, 1987, PEACE JOURNAL

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