COM1000 UCF Spring 2018 - syllabus and course schedule - W course-2-2.pdf

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credit in this course will be posted in the “ Campus Participation” section of our Webcourse as soon as they are available. If you are taking another course at UCF this semester that requires research participation, you may be able to use the same projects for this course. Additional details are posted in the “ Campus Participation” section of our Webcourse (see the link on our Webcourse homepage).
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COM 1000 (Online) Spring 2018 / Hanlon Page 4 COMMUNICATION WITH DR. HANLON: Due to the increasing enrollments in communication courses, it is important to adhere to the "Three Before Me Rule." Basically, the "Three Before Me Rule" requires that you try finding the answer on your own by searching in at least three (3) different places (re-read the module, re-read the chapter, check the course schedule, re-read the syllabus, ask your fellow classmates, etc.) before approaching me with your question. E-mail messages must be sent via Webcourses Mail and start with "I adhered to the 'Three Before Me Rule" by..." and then documenting the three ways in which you tried to locate the answer. If the Webcourses server is down, you can e-mail me at [email protected] ; however, please note that FERPA regulations restrict the information I can provide via electronic communication outside of our Webcourse. GRADE DISPUTES: Grade disputes may be resolved most effectively through direct interaction between the instructor and the student. Within the Nicholson School of Communication, if a student is unable to resolve the matter with the instructor, further appeal details can be obtained at the NASSC (NSC143). If the student is unable to resolve the matter with the Area Coordinator or if the course in question is in a program where the Area Coordinator is not part of the grade appeal process, then the grade dispute appeal is to be presented to the Director of the Nicholson School of Communication. IMPORTANT NOTE: All faculty members are required to document students' academic activity at the beginning of each course. In order to document that you began this course, be sure to complete the Student Information Form in the Quizzes section of our Webcourse before the deadline. Failure to do so may result in a delay in the disbursement of your financial aid (if you are on an aid program). ADDITIONAL COURSE POLICIES & INFORMATION : “Make - ups” are not available. A ll course assignments (including exams and quizzes) must be completed by the deadlines on the course schedule. All deadlines are based on the Eastern Standard Time zone. The current university policy concerning incomplete grades will be followed in this course. Incomplete grades are earned only in situations where unexpected emergencies prevent a student from completing the course and the remaining work can be completed during the following semester. Incomplete work must be finished by the end of the subsequent semester or the “I” will automatically be recorded as an “F” on your transcript.
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