3. Cheating on an examination or quiz - giving or receiving information or using prepared material on an examination or quiz. THIS INCLUDES the use of the text or Internet as a resource. Because a quiz/exam is online does not mean that the utilization of external resources (text, internet, other persons, etc.) is permitted!!! Anyone caught doing this will receive a failing grade for that assessment. 4. Falsification of data- the manipulation of data, information or materials for one’s own personal gain. This also includes the selective use of data to support a particular conclusion or to avoid conducting actual research. If any of these violations have taken place the CCAC faculty member reserves the right to impose one a several sanctions including a verbal or written warning, grade penalty or referral to the academic misconduct committee. If the violation is taken to the dean the student may be subjected to probation, suspension or even expulsion. Please refer to the “Student Code of Academic Conduct Handbook” for further details regarding disciplinary procedures. Credit for Above: CCAC Student Code of Academic Conduct and Clarion University Rights, Regulations & Procedures Handbook of Judicial Policy Electronics: Please turn off all cell phones and pagers . It is extremely disruptive to the instructor and class if cell phones ring and/or you have to leave the room to take a call. If you are expecting an emergency call, please advise me before class, and I will understand. Try not to make a habit of it. A student will receive a warning for the first infraction, and 10 points will be deducted from their overall points total for each subsequent incident. All cell phones are to be turned off during classes, labs, and exams, regardless of the reason. No text messaging is aloud during lectures, labs, and exams. Disruptive Behavior: This category includes discourteous behavior toward the instructor or members of the class, late arrival/leaving early, abusive or foul language, and “chatting” with classmates during lectures, quizzes, or Exams. A student will receive a warning for the first infraction, and 10 points will be deducted from their overall points total for each subsequent incident . Continued disruptive behavior will result with you being asked to leave the class until such time as a meeting between you, the instructor, the department head and Dean of Students can be held. Assessment of Student Learning CCAC has a college-wide assessment program, the primary purpose of which is the improvement of instruction and student learning. Course outcomes, program objectives, and the general education goals (Communication, Technological Competency, Information Literacy, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving, Quantitative and Scientific Reasoning, and Culture and Society) will be assessed.
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