Presentation on theme: "MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ONLINE EXPERIENCE SCHUYLKILL IU 29 ACADEMIC SUMMER SCHOOL."— Presentation transcript:
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ONLINE EXPERIENCE SCHUYLKILL IU 29 ACADEMIC SUMMER SCHOOL
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Internet access IE Firefox Google Chrome Safari Microsoft Word PowerPoint Adobe Acrobat Reader
BEFORE THE FIRST DAY… Register on Moodle Directions on IU website
ON THE FIRST DAY… Log on to the course. Be sure you understand the policies and assignments.
GENERAL GUIDELINES Complete and submit all assignments Follow directions Due dates Acceptable Use Policy Ask questions!!!
TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS Learn the online environment Manage your time!!! Reference pages Deadlines Ask if you need help!!!
PREPARATION TIPS Think before you send. Different from verbal Be thoughtful! USE UPPER AND LOWER CASE!!! Participate in class discussions. Act as if you are in a regular classroom.
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY “Plagiarism is defined as copying the language, phrasing, structure, or specific ideas of others and presenting any of these as one's own, original work; it includes copying and pasting from a website, buying papers, having someone else write your papers and improper citation and use of sources.” Academic Summer School Handbook
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY VIOLATION: Any student who submits work that is plagiarized will receive a written warning via a message within the course. Parents will be notified via or phone. Further plagiarism will result in immediate removal from the course. Academic Summer School Handbook
ANY QUESTIONS??? Academic Summer School Coordinator (570) x1276