L ATE W ORK No late work will be accepted Late work complicates our ability to

L ate w ork no late work will be accepted late work

This preview shows page 5 - 7 out of 7 pages.

L ATE W ORK : No late work will be accepted. Late work complicates our ability to grade or simply keep track of your work. More importantly, it devalues the efforts of your classmates who work very hard to meet their deadlines. Class and online assignments are due on the due date . The course schedule includes all the due dates, and it is your responsibility to plan your work and time accordingly. If alternate arrangements need to be made, the work must be completed before the due date. The only exception to this policy is documented medical emergencies. Please remember that work, family vacations, planned trips, social events, or something like “I forgot we had an assignment for today” are not acceptable excuses or reasons. E XTRA C REDIT : There are NO opportunities for extra credit in this course . The best way to improve your grade is to complete all assignments on time, actively participate in class, and to ask for assistance from your instructor during his or her office hours. M ONITORING Y OUR G RADE : It is up to you to monitor your own grades. If you have any questions about how to do this through D2L, ask your instructor. As suggested, after taking one of the exams or presenting a different
Image of page 5
6 assignment, you should examine your grades and the comments given by your instructor. Your instructor will post your grades within two (2) weeks after taking the exam or receive the assignment. Concerns or queries about a grade should be made immediately. See also the policy above on making up missed work and exams. Again, we will not entertain queries or petitions for missed work at the end of the semester unless they are related to work immediately prior to the end of the semester. Please be mindful of your own progress in the class. E- MAILING Y OUR I NSTRUCTOR : Please use your OU account when e-mailing your instructor. If you use a personal e-mail account (e.g., hotmail, yahoo, gmail ) your instructor will not know whether the message is junk mail, and therefore, may not respond. OU e-mail is considered by the university to be official communication, and you should therefore maintain a level of formality, address your instructor appropriately (e.g., Dear Ms., Mr., Sr., etc.), sign your name, and use a respectful tone. Instructors will not respond to e-mails that do not address them directly, and/or are not signed. I NQUIRIES : If you have questions or concerns about your class, direct them first to your instructor . If this is not possible, you may then make an appointment to see the Second Year Language Coordinator of the Spanish Language Program (Ashwini Ganeshan, KH 114, phone 325-9542, email: [email protected] ). S TUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES : Any student in this course who has a disability that may prevent her/him from fully demonstrating her/his abilities should contact the instructor personally as soon as possible so that accommodations can be made to ensure full participation and to facilitate her/his educational opportunities. Before course accommodations can be made, the letter from the Office of Disability Resource Center must be presented to the instructor. Approved accommodations will not change
Image of page 6
Image of page 7

You've reached the end of your free preview.

Want to read all 7 pages?

  • Spring '14
  • CarlosG.TorresRodriguez

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

Stuck? We have tutors online 24/7 who can help you get unstuck.
A+ icon
Ask Expert Tutors You can ask You can ask You can ask (will expire )
Answers in as fast as 15 minutes