COMM 4333, Spring 2010, p. 3c.
late arrivals disrupt the class and adversely impact the decorum of theprocess. This is unprofessional.
Note: Three times late equals one absence forevaluation purposes
—as part owner of the discussion, it is each student’s responsibility toshare in the advancement of the group’s collective skills and knowledge
Any instance of academic dishonesty, including plagiarism, willbe handled in accordance with the Student Handbook.f.
If you cannot be present for a class, you are responsible forcontacting a fellow student by using email in order to find out what was covered inclass the day you were absent and what will be covered in the next class.
Material will be covered in class that is not presented in the textbook. This material mayinclude information included in lectures, additional readings, and in-class exercises. Exams willinclude this material as well as material assigned in the textbook.
not turned in when due will NOT be accepted and will earn a grade of zero.
Unlessotherwise specified, all assignments must be submitted using either a Microsoft Office product(Word, PowerPoint, etc.) or Adobe PDF; if I cannot open an assignment or the file is corrupt,you cannot earn credit on the assignment.
4. Attendance is important.
Any absences in excess of what is allowed by the SEU policy setforth above will result in an appropriate grade reduction.
It is your job to keep track of your total absences; I am not responsible for reminding you about your total absences.
On speechdays, if you are tardy you must wait to enter the class until the speaker has completed her orhis speech; you will be able to tell when speeches end by listening for the applause. Under nocircumstances should you enter the class during a student speech. This is distracting to thespeaker and is considered a violation of violation of the statements regarding classroomdecorum and speech day behavior found below.
5. Failure to take a exam or quiz on the assigned
will result in a ZERO for thatexam
unless the absence is
approved in advance
by the instructor or is an emergency that isexcused by the Dean of the College of Fine Arts.
If you travel with an athletic team or are amember of another SEU approved club or group, you are responsible for submitting assigned material prior to your departure or via email while traveling.
6. Cell Phones and Electronic Devices:
Because your friends and family may not know yourclass schedule, turn off your cell phones in class. Ringing cell phones are annoying anddisruptive, especially during speeches.
, because of the advance technology of textmessaging and digital imaging, the use of any personal electronic devices (cell phones, PDAs,iPods, headphones, etc) is prohibited during examinations. The use of any such item during anexamination will result in immediate dismissal from the classroom and the examination.