What To Do If You Suspect an Error Has Been Made By iLearn® If you suspect iLearn ® has made a verifiable error on your exam score (which is extremely rare) you must report the error immediately and simultaneously to us and to iLearn® – We will not consider reports made more than 24 hours after a suspected error . Report the suspected error by sending an email to [email protected] with a courtesy copy to: [email protected] explaining what happened. Attach a screenshot of your exam summary showing name, time/date started/finished, time taken, and score – and another of the suspected error. If the IBUS 330 Staff does not receive your email reporting the error within the required 24 hour window, you will not be considered for a second attempt.
If the IBUS 330 staff receives your properly submitted e-mail within 24 hours of it occurring AND the error is subsequently confirmed by iLearn® as being an iLearn® system fault, we will permit a second attempt. The second attempt will only be given in cases of confirmed technical errors on the part of iLearn®. If there is sufficient evidence of an error, we will give you individual instructions on a second attempt. Be sure you know how to create a print screen from the computer you are using before you start the exam . If an error occurs and you do not submit a print screen, we cannot verify the error. ILearn® errors are extremely rare and usually turn out to be something the student has done such as going up to the time limit, pressing the backspace key, hitting submit twice, etc. Examples of Unacceptable Errors Timing is your responsibility and to be fair to all, we make no exceptions to this rule. Losing a connection, experiencing a power outage, and timing out (going over or exactly up to the time limit) – these are your responsibilities and not iLEARN. If there is insufficient evidence of a technical error on the part of iLearn® on your first attempt we will not grant a second attempt. How to Create Printscreens To create print screens using a PC computer, simply press the “print screen” button on your keyboard (this will “copy” your entire screen), and then paste the image onto a new Word document. For students using Apple computers, print screens are performed differently. Go to the screen you wish to capture. Hold the Command key + Shift + 3 and release all. You will see a copy of the picture file saved on your desktop. The Course Schedule -- TBA The fall course schedule will be announced at the end of the first week. GRADING SCALE Letter Grade Description Lowest Highest A Excellent 940 1000 A- 900 939 B+ 870 899 B Good 840 869 B- 800 839 C+ 770 799 C Average 740 769 C- 700 739 D+ 670 699 D Poor 640 669 D- 600 639 F Failing 0 599 NOTE VERY CAREFULLY : The grading system is concise. The points you earn will precisely determine your grade. In other words, there will be NO “ROUNDING UP" – if you
earn 899.99 points you will receive a B+, not an A-. No exceptions. This also means there will not be any “curving” of grades. Requests for exceptions will not be answered.
- Fall '07