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Delhi, State University of New York

Course Number / Name of Course

COURSE INFORMATION:

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:

TERM:

 

INSTRUCTOR NAME:

 

 

 

 

CREDIT HOURS:

EMAIL ADDRESS:

 

CLASS MEETING TIME: (REPLACE with specific course info): This course does not have any specified meeting times. (OR) Class participants will meet for online chats at these specified dates/times (EST):

 

 

OFFICE ADDRESS:

 

CARNEGIE UNITS:

OFFICE PHONE:

 

LOCATION: Vancko Hall: https://moodle.delhi.edu/

 

OFFICE HOURS:

INSTRUCTOR RESPONSE TIME: (REPLACE with specific course info: ) Note the maximum amount of time within which a student should expect to get feedback from the instructor. For example: response time to emails and discussion forums: within 24 hours, response times for grading assignments/quizzes: within 5 days, etc.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

(Insert text from current college catalog here; indicate if course satisfies a GE requirement)

PRE-REQUISITES:

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:

(If this is a GE course, please be sure to include relevant GE SLO’s)

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

MEASUREMENT CRITERIA:

(Criteria for measuring SLO’s should be listed here)

GRADING CRITERIA:

( Criteria for determining final course grade should be listed here)

CLASS SCHEDULE OF TOPICS OR OUTLINE:

( Include a complete or partial class schedule here and the link to a full schedule of activities)

OTHER:

Required Materials

TEXT:

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

LAB FEE:

OTHER:

Policies

PARTICIPATION POLICY:

ACADEMIC HONESTY:

STUDENT CONDUCT IN THE COURSE: The instructor in the classroom and in conference will encourage free discussion, inquiry, and expression. Student performance will be evaluated wholly on an academic basis, not on opinions or political ideas unrelated to academic standards. However, in instances where a student does not comply with the Code of Student Behavior or with an instructor's reasonable conduct expectations in the course, such non-compliance can affect the student's evaluation and be cause for permanent removal from class or dismissal from College.

COMMUNICATIONS ETIQUETTE: The State University of New York at Delhi is committed to open, insightful and relevant dialogue in all of its courses, especially those being presented via the Internet, as that is what formulates the bulk of the course content and material. Diversity of thought, opinion, and values are created as a result of this process and, as such, we encourage all students to be respectful of that diversity, thereby refraining from inappropriate commentary. Should such inappropriate action occur, the instructor will intervene as each piece of dialogue that takes place in the course is monitored. The student making the infraction will be notified and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. The following are sound guidelines to follow regarding communication etiquette:

  • Never post, transmit, promote, or distribute content that is known to be illegal.
  • Never post harassing, threatening, or embarrassing comments.
  • If you disagree with someone, respond to the subject, not the person.
  • Never post content that is harmful; abusive; racially, ethnically, or religiously offensive; vulgar; sexually explicit; or otherwise potentially offensive.

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY: If a faculty member discovers that a student has committed an academic integrity violation that warrants a sanction beyond a verbal warning, such as cheating or plagiarizing, the procedures outlined in the Academic Integrity Policy will be followed. http://www.delhi.edu/academics/provost/academic-integrity/index.php .

NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION LAW - ABSENCES FOR RELIGIOUS REASONS: Section 224-A allows a student to be excused from any examination or study or work requirements because of religious holidays. Each student must notify the instructor in advance so that an equivalent opportunity to make up any examination, study, or work requirements he or she may have missed because of such absence may be given.

POWER OUTAGES/SYSTEM FAILURES: In the event of a power outage or system failure of the Delhi systems, notification may be placed on the Delhi Logins page ( http://www.delhi.edu/mydelhi-students/index.php ) or sent to all campus users via email. It is up to each individual instructor to decide whether certain activities will have extended time or additional attempts following such an outage. If a student experiences a local outage in her or his service area, the student will be expected to complete course work on time or communicate with the instructor to make alternative plans.

ACADEMIC ADJUSTMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:   All individuals who are diagnosed with a disability are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.     Academic Adjustments will be provided to qualified students with documented disabilities. If you have a disability requiring academic adjustments in any class, please make an appointment to meet with the Access and Equity Office. The office is located in the Resnick Academic Achievement Center in Bush Hall 221, or by calling 607-746-4744. Your request for academic adjustment will be discussed and if determined equitable, you will be provided with an access plan that must be sent to your   course   instructors and returned to the Access and Equity Office.   It is entirely your responsibility to contact the Access and Equity office and concurrently supply   your professors   with your access plan, which will inform   them of exactly what academic adjustments you are entitled to.   You will only receive academic adjustments once you provide   each professor   with an Access and Equity plan.     Any previously recorded grades will not be changed.  

Technical Requirements

INTERNET/COMPUTER/SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: Technical requirements and recommendations for online courses can be found at: http://www.delhi.edu/academics/online/faqs/

I n addition, this course requires the following software and/or hardware:

EMAIL: You will be expected to access your College e-mail account.

To find your email address: Log into Bronco Web, click ‘Personal Information’, then ‘View E-Mail Addresses’, look under ‘SUNY Delhi Student E-mail System’. Your email address should be your initials followed by a number and then @live.delhi.edu  (ex:  gd23@live.delhi.edu)

To login to your email account: Go to www.delhi.edu , , click ‘ Mydelhi Students ’ and click ‘Email’.
Enter your username (ex:  gd23) or full email address. Your password is your Bronco Web PIN. 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT: Please contact the Help Desk for assistance:
helpdesk@delhi.edu   or call 607-746-4835 .


 

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