Welcome to the class LibGuide for the sections of HUM-110CL taught by Jennifer Hawley, PhD in the 2020 FA1 semester. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me: email@example.com.
PLEASE CHECK THE CLASS SYLLABUS FOR THE LATE WORK AND ABSENCE POLICIES
Regarding LATE WORK or CORRECTED WORK, I give precedence in grading to work that was turned in on time in the correct format. If you submit you work late and/or in need of corrections or resubmission, please be aware that your grades on the assignment may be delayed. I can only say that all work turned in by the midterm exam will be graded before I turn your midterm grades and that all work turned in by the final exam will likewise be graded before I submit your final grades. Please remember that no late work from the first half of the class will be accepted after the midterm exam and that the late penalties/policies for each type of assignment are outlined in the class syllabus.--JJH
As you look at your grades on Courses, please make sure you look at the comments by clicking on the grade. Even if you have an A/100%, there may be comments that you will need to take into account for future assignments.
Extra Credit is "all or nothing." If each and every instruction is not followed, no points will be given. If the assignment is ONE WORD SHORT from what is required, NO POINTS will be given. If the assignment is ONE MINUTE LATE from the time/date given in Course, NO POINTS will be given. You must ATTEND/ATTEMPT the Final Exam to be eligible for extra credit.
The PowerPoints posted here are the same as the ones used in class. Please keep in mind that you will be responsible for everything we go over in class (which will go beyond the information listed here). I reserve the right to update the PowerPoints as needed before we go over them in class. As PowerPoints are edited, I will indicate the date that changes were made. The Password for the PowerPoints will be provided for you on the class Courses page.
Book with One Author (2nd, and all subsequent, line should be indented)
Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. Publication City: Publisher, Publication Year. Print (or EBook, etc.).
Last Name, First Name. "Web Article Title." Website Title. Web. Date (ex. 25 January 2012).
E-Journal (2nd line, and all subsequent, should be indented)
Last Name, First Name. "Article Title." Journal Title edition number (Month, Year): page numbers. Database. Web. Date (ex 25 January 2012).
Beyond the regular letter grades, these are the codes I use when grading:
FA/0%=I did not receive the assignment. Please review the syllabus to determine if the assignment in question can be submitted late for credit.
FI/0%=Something is wrong with your submission. Please review comments and make the necessary corrections before resubmitting. The original date of submission will be used to determine whether or not the assignment was turned in on time.
F/% grade=Your assignment earned an F grade (under 60%). Please review comments for explanation.
Please make sure you click on the specific syllabus for your section of the course. Different sections may have slightly different dates.
This form is required for all excused absence requests, except Student Athletics and Official University events. Please see the class syllabus for further details on the class attendance policy. Once you have filled out and signed the form, please submit it through the DropBox (under Content) on our class Course/D2L page.
The Study Guides will be posted here prior to the review session for each exam.
You may complete as many of the following assignments for extra credit as you want. You may, however, only complete each a single time. If there is an assigned length, you must write at least that many words in order to get the promised credit. Partial credit will NOT be awarded for assignments that do not fulfill the requirements, including length. You MUST ATTEND THE FINAL EXAM to receive any credit from these assignments.
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