Course Policies :: 67-301
- Kurose and Ross, 6th Edition and others as assigned. You will be making extensive use of the companion website.
Please refer to the course outline section for a week by week guide to required readings.
Course Expectations and Course Grades:
To complete the course successfully, you will be expected to complete the following activities. Weights indicate the contribution to the final course grade.
Summary of assessment:
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Attendance and Participation
- Attendance: It is in your best interest to attend every class. I remind you that class participation and punctual, regular attendance have shown to relate to both grades and learning.
- Punctuality: it is important for everyone to arrive to class, be seated, and ready to work at the time class is scheduled to begin. I will not wait for students who are late in order to start the class.
- Plagiarism: If you use someone else’s phrases, paragraphs or even their ideas written in your own words and fail to provide a reference, then you have plagiarized that person’s work. There are two ways to ensure that you don’t plagiarize:
- Present your own ideas, and
- When you present someone else’s ideas or phrases, give them credit by providing a reference.
If plagiarism is confirmed, you will be reported as specified by the university’s policy on cheating and plagiarism and an appropriate penalty will be applied.
Cheating: Copying another student’s work, bringing material into an exam that are not allowed and a variety of other academically dishonest behaviors are cheating. If I discover that you have cheated you will be reported as specified by the university’s policy on cheating and plagiarism and an appropriate penalty will be applied.
It is my goal to make this a successful course, stimulating and enjoyable. If at any time you feel that the course is not meeting your expectations or you want to provide feedback on how the course is progressing for you, please contact me.