When you do an OWL assignment you will work without supervision and are

When you do an owl assignment you will work without

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Feedback is given after you answer each question. When you do an OWL assignment, you will work without supervision and are encouraged to work together to study the material. Please remember that the academic honesty policy applies to online assignments in the same way it applies to other forms of course work, what you ultimately submit is your own work.
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3 10. All add, drop and section changes, until the Add/Drop deadline of February 2, are done using the SPIRE system. After the Add/Drop period ends, all add, drop and section changes are done by Ms. McKenna in ISB 341G. Important note: any change in lecture section MUST be done before the first exam. See #5 above . 11. Honesty : See regulations on “Academic Honesty” in the Student Handbook, “Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities”: The bottom line is that dishonesty is NOT tolerated. On examinations, we will provide various tables, including a periodic table. 12. Important web address: ( General Chemistry main page) On the “General Chemistry” web page, you will find links to our section’s web site, the laboratory schedule (this is the master lab information source), and a number of other useful and helpful items. 13. Homework : Graded homework assignments are all of the OWL type (see above). This homework is given for practice purposes: in the vast majority of cases, the more homework done, the better the mastery of the material and concepts and the higher the final course grade. 14. Emergency Closing Information : the “Snow Day” closing hotline is 413 545 3630 . On the web, check for emergency closing information. 15. Cell phones : All cell phones must be turned off in class: you are not to take or make any calls during lecture periods. No silent mode, no vibrating mode, just turned off. AND NO TEXTING!
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