WEB-100 | Grading & Course Policies
A. All homework assignments must be submitted through CANVAS. Each weekly module includes homework which may include a Discussion Forum, one or more Quick Checks, Tutorial assignment and a hands on practice assignment. Page numbers and instructions will be included in each Week.
B. Three exams are scheduled for week modules
C. A Final Semester Project is due for this course and must be completed in order to pass this class. The guidelines for this project will be introduced in Week 4 and the project must be completed by the end of the semester.
D. FINAL GRADE DETERMINATION:
Homework – 40%
Exams – 40%
Final Semester Project – 20%
E. FINAL GRADE DISTRIBUTION
A = 93-100; A- = 90-92; B+ = 87-89; B = 83-86; B- = 80-82; C+ = 77-79; C = 73-76; C- = 70-72; D- = 67-69; D = 60-66; F = Below 60
VI. LOGGING ON POLICY.
This is an online course so your participation in this course through CANVAS is essential. You should log in a minimum of 1 time per day(more is strongly recommended) to participate in the discussions and submit assignments as scheduled. Failure to log on for 7 days or failure to submit work for one week may result in a faculty initiated withdrawal which cannot be reversed.
Therefore, if you are experiencing major life problems that prevent you from completing your work, contact your instructor in advance to find out alternatives to failing the class.
Make-up tests, if permitted, will be an alternate version, will not include extra credit, and may be in essay format.
Late assignments, if permitted, lose a letter grade PER DAY unless prior arrangements are made with instructor.
Deadlines (due dates), are scheduled for every assignment in each week. See Course Schedule for more details.
H. OTHER INFORMATION
Instructor’s phone number: 610-372-4721 x5258
Instructor’s Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Responses to messages and emails will be returned to you within 24 hours of receipt.
Instructor’s office: P-222
- Tuesday 12:15 PM – 3:15 PM,
- Wednesday 6 PM – 7 PM,
- Thursday 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Syllabus changes: The instructor reserves the right to make changes in this course syllabus during the term. Such changes will be announced in class.
Academic dishonesty: Any student who cheats on assignments or tests may fail this course as well as suffer the consequences of the academic dishonesty policy as stated in the college catalog. Always do your own work and do it to the best of your ability.