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AOS Department Spokane Community College Now that you are enrolled in a web-based class, welcome aboard!
How to succeed! Read and print the information created for you! –Course objectives –General policies –How to submit assignments –Grading and test information –Course Schedule
Course Dates Know the start and end dates for your course (printed on your registration receipt). Know the last day and hour you may submit assignments—August 15 at noon. Know your test dates (July 23, August 1, 14, and 19).
Course Policies Complete and submit ALL work to receive a grade or credits. Do your own work; do not submit someone else’s work. Z and I grades are at the discretion of your instructor.
Instructor’s Goal Answer questions within 24 hours excluding holidays and weekends. Summer “weekends” start on Friday. Create a positive learning experience. Grade and return assignments within 24 hours excluding holidays and weekends.
Student’s Responsibility Read chapters before beginning assignments. Submit assignments by the due dates. Save all documents electronically. Communicate verbal and written questions in concise, clear language. Check for new announcements at least three times a week.
So you want a good grade?? Follow these steps... Submit assignments by the due date! Follow all instructions for the assignment/test. Proofread carefully. Plan ahead and “get ahead” in your assignments.
Submitting Assignments Online students submit assignments through e-mail. Enter your course number followed by first name and last name in the subject line: –Subject: 122 Jane Doe Forget to do that? Your e-mail will be returned ungraded!
Late Assignments ??? Assignments submitted one week after the due date may receive a zero! Points may be deducted from the assignment score if assignment is one day past due!
How are my assignments graded? Accuracy does count! Understanding concepts is important. See your course web site for more information!
More information? Print and read the following documents on your course site: Online is and is not! Course objectives Testing and grading information AOS Policies Course Schedules
Unreasonable Expectations Instructors have experienced the following events: Weeks of assignments submitted the last two or three days of the quarter! This is called “dumping” on your instructor. Requests for tests submitted on the weekend with delivery expected on the same weekend.
It’s a simple “recipe” Your instructor is here to help you succeed. If you do your part, your instructor will do her part! It is as simple as that!