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6 4. Send a message within Canvas to your instructor to notify him/her of the problem. Include all pertinent information of the incident (2b-d above). 5. If you do not have access to Canvas, send an email to your instructor with all pertinent information of the incident (2b-d above). 6. If you do not have access to a computer, call your instructor with all pertinent information of the incident. If he/she is not available, make sure you leave a detailed message. 7. If you do not hear back from the Help Desk or your instructor within a timely manner (48 hours), it is your responsibility to follow up with the appropriate person until you obtain a resolution. COURSE ASSESSMENTS, ASSIGNMENTS & GRADING POLICY GRADING CRITERIA Introductions and Syllabus Quiz You will post an introduction in the student introductions discussion board and take a syllabus Contract Quiz. You can take the syllabus quiz as many times as necessary to achieve 100%. Discussion Boards As part of the course assignments, you will be asked to post an original submission to the discussion board and reply to ONE other student’s submission with a substantive response. A substantive response adds value to the discussion by bringing new ideas, research, evidence, etc. to the conversation. “I agree,” “Ditto” and the like are not acceptable replies. The rules of Netiquette must be followed. Replies are not texts with your friends. Full sentences, proper spelling, source citations, etc., are expected. Ensure that postings contain detailed responses to each question and that course and chapter contents are applied in your discussion responses. For example, consider taking a new approach in presenting chapter content, cite new examples, present external research (paraphrase, avoid unnecessary and/or lengthy quotations; do not plagiarize, cite references) . For maximum points, please reference external research or examples as well as the discussion rubrics. Chapter Quizzes There will be 4 quizzes. The exams will include multiple choice, true/false and/or short answer questions. Answers will be evaluated based on content in terms of accuracy of information and ability to analyze the issues. Good answers will demonstrate that you have read and understood the chapters, and actively participated in classroom discussions. Exams will be taken online in the Canvas Learning Management System. Test will be timed.
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7 Note: It is the student s’ responsibility to verify access to a functional computer and reliable internet while taking the assessments in Canvas. It is also the students’ responsibility to verify that computer labs are open and available on the scheduled dates for the exams. Course Examinations Examinations will be based on readings, lectures, video lectures, quizzes, and class discussions.
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