MAC 1105 College Algebra - Online Course
Course Syllabus, Fall 2014
Sections: CRN 10933, CRN 11928
Instructor: Paul J. Fernandez Office: Building 4, Room 241 Phone: (407) 582-2755
Student Engagement Hours (office hours):
On-campus hours (Bldg. 4-241):
T 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
R 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Online hours (Fernandez’s email):
MW 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
F 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
*Individual appointments are available upon request.
This syllabus is a contract between the student and the instructor. By attending this course, the student agrees to the terms and conditions of this contract. It is the responsibility of the student to carefully read this syllabus/contract, and to adhere to all policies and procedures within.
This course uses WebAssign for Homework. You are required to use the WebAssign Access Code only found in the course textbook (or e-book). See the section "Required Educational Materials" below for specific details.
All Tests in this course are proctored.
Any Student that does not have a FL address registered with Valencia are not allowed to register in an online course. Those students can be dropped from the course at any time.
MAC 1105 College Algebra Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in either MAT 0025C or MAT 1033C or appropriate score on
an approved assessment. Course based on the study of functions and their role in problem
solving. Topics include graphing, linear, quadratic, and exponential families of functions, and
inverse functions. Students will be required to solve applied problems and communicate their
findings effectively. Technology tools will be utilized in addition to analytical methods. Gordon
rule course. Minimum grade of C required if MAC 1105 is used to satisfy Gordon Rule and
general education requirements.
Do not assume that this class is undemanding because it is an online course. This course is challenging and time consuming; it is convenient, but not easier than a regular classroom course. Only highly motivated, disciplined, and organized students who can read and study the book lessons effectively, can follow all tasks responsibly, and can learn the material by themselves are successful in this online course. The lessons are clearly explained and you will have the learning resources to help you.
I will be here to lead and guide you, and be a facilitator of learning. Since I care about your academic success, I will be providing you a quality-learning environment throughout the academic term. In this course, you will have the opportunity to learn skills that will be relevant to future courses and to your professional career.
Valencia Core competencies: TVCA
Valencia faculty has defined four interrelated competencies (Value, Think, Communicate and Act) that prepare students to succeed in the world community. These competencies are complex abilities that are essential to lifelong success. This course will help you develop and demonstrate the abilities to (1) think clearly, critically, and creatively; (2) communicate with others verbally and in written form; (3) make reasoned value judgments and responsible commitments; and (4) act purposefully, reflectively, and responsibly. Due to the nature of these global competencies many problems and activities will be presented in the context of an application. These applications will require students to select appropriate information from the problem and communicate effectively how to arrive at an appropriate solution.
Required Educational Materials:
Graphing Calculator Online Workshop:
In addition to all the resources provided to help you with the graphing calculator via the textbook and the online tutorials posted in Blackboard, there will be an online workshop on the use of this calculator, where you will have a "live" demonstration on how to use the grapher.
Students will need to use the graphing calculator throughout this course, including tests.
The first graphing calculator webinar will be scheduled towards the end of the first week of classes, and it will help you with things you will apply in chapters 1 and 2: basic graphing, appropriate viewing windows, finding intersections, tracing versus finding values, etc. The second workshop (around the fifth week of the term), will help you with other calculator features you will need later on, for chapter 3 and beyond.
As soon as the term begins, it is important that you check your Atlas email and/or Blackboard announcements for details on how to register for this online "live" graphing calculator workshop. (Please consider taking advantage of this learning opportunity; it will definitely help you!)
Online Instruction Delivery System (Course Platform):
To be able to take this course, you must have a computer with Internet access and -of course- must know how to use it. This course is delivered via Blackboard and WebAssign. You will complete your online homework using WebAssign, and take all your tests via Blackboard.
Blackboard 9.1 (BB = Blackboard 9.1 throughout this document.)
BB course page: http://online.valenciacollege.edu
Login for BB: Use your ATLAS Username and Password
BB Guide: How to navigate in BB. Blackboard 9.1 (BB) Guide for Online Math Courses
Student Quick Start Help www.webassign.net/manual/WA_Student_Quick_Start.pdf: Brief information about logging in to WebAssign, enrolling in classes, purchasing access, and viewing assignments. You will self-enroll in this course.
You will submit all online homework assignments for this class via WebAssign. Therefore, make sure that your computer does not block your access to WebAssign.
You need to turn off your computer's pop-up blockers when you are working on your homework assignments. Below are links to instructions on how to disable common pop-up blockers:
(2) You will also need the latest version of Java. Not having this will prevent the equation editor box to appear, and you will need this to answer some questions. Java is free to download. Get the latest version at http://java.com
Due to the nature of this online course, on-campus attendance in the traditional sense cannot be enforced. However, the frequency of your visitations to the course sites will be monitored.
In the event of an extended absence -that is, not logging onto course sites (BB and/or WebAssign) for more than 3 days, or not replying to my emails in a timely manner (within 48 hours)- you should contact me as soon as possible to indicate the reason for the inactivity. Before the withdrawal deadline, if your absences become extreme (3 days or more), you may receive an excessive absence notification and may be withdrawn from this course for noncompliance with the requisites of the course. After the withdrawal deadline, you cannot -for any reason- withdraw from this course and obtain a grade of “W.” Please check the
"No-Show" policy below for more details on online attendance requirements.
This is an online course; therefore, we will communicate mainly electronically, via email and through the course site (BB). You must check your ATLAS emails and the course announcements (BB) regularly as to not miss any important messages from the instructor!
You will always use my email address to communicate with me: email@example.com
Please remember to include “Algebra Online” on the subject line of the email, followed by the nature of your message, so that your email will have priority. To protect my computer from any virus, I will delete without opening any email with no subject. All communications should follow appropriate etiquette. Email should be used in a professional way. Always put identifying information in the subject line so that I know what your message is about. Use appropriate language and include your name so that I know who you are.
If you call my office and wish to leave me a voice mail, please repeat your name and telephone number twice; voicemail is used best if you leave a concise, but detailed message. Since I am not always in my office, an email will have a faster response than a voice mail.
IMPORTANT: Since I will be sending all my communications to your Valencia email account, please remember that you must delete old messages from your mailbox; otherwise, if you exceed the quota, your Valencia mailbox will not accept any more and you will not receive my weekly emails. I have no control of your email account, so please check this regularly.
Be sure to check your Valencia email at least 2-3 times a week (daily during the first weeks of the term!). It is recommended that you do not forward your Valencia mail to an outside account like hotmail or yahoo, etc. due to the fact that email from Valencia may be tagged as spam, therefore not delivered. If you decide to forward your Valencia email to a personal email account, make sure that it is not rejected!
All emails and/or phone calls will receive my response in a timely fashion. You should expect my reply within a 24-hr. period, excluding Saturdays and Sundays (unless there is an emergency). If time permits, I will also get back to you during weekends. On the other hand, when you receive any email from me that requires your response, I expect you to reply in a timely fashion as well. Again, I will be communicating with you on a regular basis, therefore, it is crucial that you check your emails and any announcements via BB frequently, so that you are always on track.
Not checking my emails or BB announcements will not be accepted as an excuse for missing required tasks; missed announcements and/or emails may affect your grade and are the responsibility of the student.
Instruction in this course does not involve classroom lectures. You will learn the course math contents by using your textbook (or e-book). In Blackboard, you guideCourse Material Guide and you will be fine. Course Material Guide
All instructional materials used throughout the course, as well as the scheduled activities, support and promote the achievement of the stated learning outcomes and unit learning objectives. (You can find the course learning outcomes and unit learning objectives on the BB course site.) I will act as facilitator and will guide you in your learning experience.
Assessment and Course Evaluation (read this section carefully!):
All assessments/evaluation procedures are consistent with the educational activities and will appropriately measure the stated course learning outcomes and unit learning objectives.
1) Using your textbook (or e-book) and the Course Material Guide, you will study the required material and complete the assigned practice problems. Then you will complete Online Homework problems in WebAssign for each section to be covered. Completion of homework is crucial to student success in any math course!
The online homework grade will count equivalently as a test grade! Each homework set can be redone a maximum of 3 times; only the highest score will count.
Note: It is your responsibility to work ahead of the Schedule (found in Blackboard) in order to build some flexibility into the schedule. If you wait until the last minute to do your online homework, I am not responsible for last minute technical difficulties.
2) You will take 3 unit tests and final exam.
All tests, including the final exam, must be taken at one of the testing centers at Valencia College or a proctored site (prearrangement is required for the latter).
Here is a link to Valencia's testing centers. It provides information on their locations, contact information, and hours of operation: Testing Centers - Valencia College
You are responsible for checking your chosen testing center hours of operation before you take any test. Some testing centers change their hours of operations without any previous notice. Failing to check this will not be accepted as excuse for missing a test.
Caution: Some testing centers do not open during the weekends, or have shorter hours of operations.
If you have a special request for another testing site (i.e. not at Valencia) you need to let me know as well; should this be your case, please refer to the Testing Proctoring Guidelines link found in BB. You need to inform me about your preferred testing site during the first week of classes.
Students living in the vicinity of one of the Valencia Campuses must take the tests at Valencia.
You will take each test after completion of the assigned lessons and practice problems from the textbook (or e-book), the online homework, video resources, and the corresponding study guide. (You will find a study guide for each test in Blackboard.)
Tests must be taken according to the Schedule (found in BB). You can take the tests at any time on or before the deadline date, but never after!
All tests, including the final exam, can be taken 2 times, and only the highest grade will count. However, a test-retake cannot be done the same day you complete the first attempt. If you retake on the same day, the lowest score will count. The highest score will be deleted from BB!
If you wait until the last minute to take a test, I am not responsible for last minute technical difficulties, including accessibility to a computer at your selected testing center, availability of Internet connection to Blackboard, etc.
I highly recommend that you never wait until the due date to take a test. Test #1 will be available by the end of the first week of classes. Subsequent tests will be available the day after the previous test's deadline, so plan accordingly. If you decide to take a test for the first time on the deadline, you will not be able to take advantage of a retake.
Taking Your MAC 1105 Online Tests:
By the first Wednesday of the term, you must send me an email with the campus/testing site where you will be taking your online tests. Without this email, I will not know where to send your test instructions, and you will not be able to take the tests.
If you are testing outside Valencia, you should make proctoring arrangements during the first week of classes. See the Testing Proctoring Guidelines link in BB. (Students living in the vicinity of one of the Valencia Campuses must take their tests at Valencia.)
The tests will be submitted electronically via Blackboard at the testing center. Once you have logged in, under the Course Tools you will select “Assessments (TESTS).” The testing center personnel or proctor will type a password for you.
All tests are closed book/notebook. No notes or formulas will be allowed. You will be allowed to use paper and pencil for calculations, of course. The testing center will provide the scratch paper, which will be collected. You are allowed to use a calculator on tests.
You cannot take the tests from home. However, you can take the tests (at the testing center) at any day/time that is convenient to you, no later than the specified deadlines.
Caution: Some campuses have limited hours, or change their hours of operation without notice. I recommend that you call them before taking your tests. Again, not knowing the hours of operation of your chosen testing center will not be accepted as an excuse for missing a test or not having enough time to complete a test!
As you answer the test questions, I suggest that you save your answer after each problem you have completed. By doing this, if the power goes out you will not lose your work. Even if you save your answers, you can go always go back and change them. Make sure you select “Save All Answers,” and click on “Save and Submit.” Immediately, the computer will give you the test score. If you do not see a score, you have not properly submitted the test. Please go back and submit again.
Should you have any technical difficulties while submitting your test, you must alert a Testing Center staff member immediately! The Testing Center specialist must contact me and explain any technical problems encountered. Make sure that this procedure is strictly followed; if the Testing Center specialist does not corroborate the problem, your score will not be registered, and you will receive a score of zero if the test is not submitted properly.
It is your responsibility to inform me immediately of any issue you encounter when taking tests. Informing me afterwards is not an acceptable excuse.
All the tests have no time limit. I recommend that you allow at least two hours to take each test (two hours or more). Again, since there is no time limit, there should be no reason to leave any question unanswered because you ran out of time! Each test, including the final exam, can be taken up to two times; the higher of the two scores will count. Since the tests are algorithmically generated, when you retake a test you will get a different version.
The deadline specified in the Weekly Schedule is the last day you have to take both versions of each test. Since these dates will not change, I suggest that you take the first version of the test several days before the deadline. This way, if you need - or want - a retake, you have time to study for it. Schedule your test-taking dates and times efficiently! I am not limiting your time when taking tests, so please do not limit yourself!
Important: Since the tests have problems from a test bank, you can only see your tests in my office after the tests deadlines. I will be glad to discuss your test performance during my office hours. I cannot give you a copy of the tests for you to review. I will not give any input on tests between the 1st attempt and the retake. You can only review your test performance during my office hours after the test deadline, and before the due date for the next test.
Make-Up Policy: NO make-up tests will be given.
NO make-up tests will be given. If you miss a test, the final exam’s score will replace that missed test grade. If a test grade is replaced with the final exam grade, the final exam will count double. Only one test can be replaced per academic term. If you miss any two tests, for any reason, one test will be replaced with the Final Exam score, and the other test score will be zero. No Exceptions.
You will find a Study Guide for unit each test in the course’s BB site. Each study guide includes sample problems. Keep in mind that only doing the sample problems will not be enough to learn the material and pass the course.
Grades: The final grade for this course will be derived from the following sources:
Grades: The final grade for this course will be derived from the following sources:
Test 1 (testing center) 100 points
Test 2 (testing center) 100 points
Test 3 (testing center) 100 points
Online homework (total) 100 points
Final Exam (testing center) 100 points
The grading scale is as follows:
A 90-100% B 80-89% C 70-79% D 60-69% F Below 60%
What it takes to earn each grade:
A 450-500 points
B 400-449 points
*C 350-399 points
D 300-349 points
F 0-299 points
* Minimum grade to pass MAC 1105 (Gordon Rule/General Education Requirements)
You can compute, at any time, the grade you have in this course by adding your total number of points including the homework score and dividing by the total number of points.
If your course average is borderline (that is, 89, 79, 69, 59) you must retake the final exam if you want the opportunity to go up. Your average will go up depending on the average of all your test grades (3 tests and the final, including any final exam adjustment). To find if you are eligible to go up, find the average of your tests including the final and any adjustment. If this average is higher than your borderline score of 89, 79, 69 or 59, you will "go up". Otherwise, you will stay at your current grade.
In addition to receiving help from your instructor, you should try to attend your respective campus math support area. The tutoring services provided by Valencia's math support centers will help you clarify course content. You can work on any specific College Algebra questions and you can also get help with your required homework problems. All Valencia’s math support centers are very helpful.
Math Help 24/7:
This Valencia website provides links to video tutorials created by Valencia math professors. The videos use a variety of technologies, and all simple to view. This link will take you there: http://valenciacollege.edu/math/liveScribe.cfm (Copy and paste the link to your browser if needed.)
Once you are on the website, you only need to look for the course College Algebra and it will take you to specific videos for this class. VERY HELPFUL SITE!
You can take each test -excluding the final- two times (only the highest score counts). You can do the online homework more than one time. You can replace your lowest test grade with the final exam grade (see the Make-Up policy above). Consider this to be your extra credit. Please do not ask for any additional extra credit.
Valencia ID Cards:
Valencia identification cards are required for the Testing Center and Valencia's student support services. No other form of ID at those locations will be accepted. Possession and utilization of a Valencia ID is mandatory in order to obtain these services. The Valencia ID can be obtained at the Student Development office of your campus. The Student Development office is open from Monday to Friday during regular business hours. Call for details. Click on this link for their contact information: http://valenciacollege.edu/studentdev/centers.cfm
Computer/Equipment Use Policy:
Use of computers at Valencia College is restricted to those activities designated by the instructor to enhance the class materials. Any other use is strictly forbidden. Inappropriate use includes, but is not limited to:
Use of computer to send email or access Internet sites not specifically assigned in class.
Use of computer for job, internship, homework or other activities not assigned in class.
Modifying any hardware or software system configuration or setting.
Activities not in accordance with the Valencia Student Code of Conduct.
Use of computers in the departmental open lab is limited to those activities involved with preparing homework or coursework in this department and is subject to the same restriction as listed above. Computer use is remotely monitored; any student using computers inappropriately may be subject to dismissal from class or banishment from the lab. Subsequent offense may be sent to the campus administration for further disciplinary action.
Rules and Tips for Taking Tests at the Testing Center:
You will need at least 2 hours to complete each math test. Whether you are taking your tests at East Campus or another campus, you are responsible for finding out their hours of operation. Here is a link to Valencia's Testing Centers. It provides information on their locations, contact information, and hours of operation:
* Bring your Valencia issued Photo ID, otherwise, you will not be given the test! Not having a Valencia ID is not an excuse for missing a test!
*All tests are closed book/notebook. No notes or formulas are allowed.
* Do not bring food or beverages to the testing center.
* Cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned off and stowed away during testing. If your phone rings you will be asked to stop testing and sign out; you will not be able to retake the test. You will miss one of the two opportunities you have to take the test! Ouch! Do not let this happen to you!
* Do not bring a TI-89, TI-92, TI-Nspire-CAS, Voyage 200 or any other graphing calculators that do symbolic manipulations to the testing center. These will not be accepted!
* All memory and programs should be erased from your calculator before taking tests.
* Allow enough time to take a test. The Valencia Testing Centers will not give a test the last hour before closing (for example, if the Center closes at 9:00 p.m., the last test is given out at 8:00 p.m.; it will not give a Final Exam within two hours of closing.)
* In addition to these rules, your instructor’s test policies will apply.
All students are expected to be in complete compliance with Valencia College’s policies on academic honesty; see the Valencia College website for details on this policy: Academic Policies and Procedures). Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: plagiarism, cheating, furnishing false information, forgery, alteration or misuse of documents, misconduct during a testing situation and misuse of identification with intent to defraud or deceive. In no instance will dishonesty of any type be tolerated in this course. Students who violate any of Valencia’s academic honesty policies will risk penalties that can go from receiving a grade of “F” in the course (with a 'Dishonesty' note in the transcript) to expulsion from the college. The professor reserves the right to determine the appropriate penalties within the aforementioned policies.
Student Code of Conduct:
Valencia College is dedicated not only to the advancement of knowledge and learning but is concerned with the development of responsible personal and social conduct. By enrolling at Valencia, a student assumes the responsibility for knowing and abiding by the rules articulated in the Student Code of Conduct, 6Hx28:10-03; students are required to see the Valencia Catalog for full details (here is a link to Valencia's Catalog: http://valenciacollege.edu/catalog/). The primary responsibility for managing the classroom environment rests with the faculty. Students who engage in any prohibited or unlawful acts that result in disruption of a class may be directed by the faculty member to leave the class. Violation of any classroom or Valencia’s rules may lead to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion from Valencia. Disciplinary action could include being withdrawn from class, disciplinary warning, probation, suspension, expulsion, or other appropriate and authorized actions. In addition, Valencia College strives to provide a drug-free learning environment for all those involved in the academic experience.
Policy: In compliance with the provisions of the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, Valencia College will take such steps as are necessary in order to adopt and implement a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by Valencia College students or employees on college premises or as part of any college activity. The student code of conduct applies to the online classroom environment as well.
If you decide to withdraw from this course, you must follow the proper ATLAS procedure. Students should familiarize themselves with Valencia College’s withdrawal policy. The withdrawal deadline for this term is listed below in the Important Dates section. Per Valencia Withdrawal Policy, a student cannot withdraw and obtain a grade of W after this deadline. After this withdrawal deadline, students will only receive a letter grade of A, B, C, D or F.
Important: The Department of Education requires online students to show attendance by submitting homework during the first week of classes. To comply with this Federal law, you must successfully complete assignments before the second Tuesday of the term. Successfully completing assignments means to:
(1) Send the Campus e-mail. Your e-mail (1) must come from your Valencia
e-mail, (2) have "Algebra Online" in the subject, (3) have the Campus you are
(2) Complete the Student Introduction assignment, found in the "Discussions" section in BB,
(3) Complete -with 100% the Syllabus Quiz found in the Assessments (tests) section in BB, and
(4) Complete at least one Online Homework in WebAssign lesson with a score of at least 80%.
Any student that does not comply with this Federal requirement will be dropped from the course as a No-Show.
Important Note: The Syllabus Quiz score will not count towards your final average in this class; however, this quiz is a class requirement, and is one of several factors that validate your attendance to this online course within the No Show policy.
First day of classes/course site available in Blackboard: Monday, August 25, 2014
WebAssign opens Monday, August 25, 2014
Campus email-first assignment deadline: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 (deadline: 11:59 PM)
Dept. of Education Attendance Requirement deadline: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 (11:59 PM)
No-Show requisites deadline: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 (11:59 PM)
Drop/Refund Deadline: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 (11:59 PM)
Withdrawal deadline: Friday, November 7, 2014 (11:59 PM) (No W grade will be given after the withdrawal deadline)
Final Exam deadline (Testing Center): Monday, December 8, 2014.
In addition to the textbook math lessons and guidance and assistance from your instructor, you have supplementary academic support:
1. Tutors can be assigned to students through the Tutoring Center.
2. Math Support Center (walk in tutoring) Great Help!
3. Web links that will provide math help are available in our BB math site.
4. Math Help 24/7 (See above for details.)
Here is a link to the tutoring services: http://valenciacollege.edu/tutoring
This link will provide you information on our math resources: http://valenciacollege.edu/math
For computer lab hours, click here: http://valenciacollege.edu/labs
For BB issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For WebAssign, call (800) 955-8275
For your online homework assignments, tests, and math course content issues or any other matters related to my class, please contact me at email@example.com. You must write Algebra Online in the subject of your e-mails
I encourage you to form study groups via the Discussion Board and the Chat Room in BB to help each other with the math lessons and study guides throughout the term.
Student with Disabilities:
Students with disabilities who qualify for academic accommodations must provide a
letter from the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) and discuss specific needs
with the professor, preferably during the first week of class. The Office for Students with
Disabilities determines accommodations based on appropriate documentation of disabilities.
Thegoal at the OSD is to open doors, remove barriers and assist you in any way they can. The key to success is matching your needs to the services provided. Please discuss your individual needs with your instructor. Valencia’s OSD can be found online at http://valenciacollege.edu/osd
OSD contact information per campus:
East: Bldg. 5, Rm. 216, Ph: 407-582-2229, Fax: 407-582-8908, TTY: 407-582-1222
West: SSB, Rm. 102, Ph: 407-582-1523, Fax: 407-582-1326, TTY: 407-582-1222
Osceola: Bldg. 1, Rm. 140A, Ph: 407-582-4167, Fax: 407-582-4804, TTY: 407-582-1222
Winter Park: Bldg.1, Rm. 212, Ph: 407-582-6887, Fax: 407-582-6841, TTY: 407-582-1222
Student Support Services:
Here are some links that you can use for additional help in areas that affect your learning experience at Valencia, such as advising, registration, financial aid, and others:
Answer center: Student Services Office - Valencia College
Career and educational goals: LifeMap - Valencia College
For general information on all student and academic services: Students Directory
For assistance with planning your class schedule, please visit with an academic advisor (if you are seeking an Associate in Arts degree) or with a Career Program Advisor (if you are seeking an Associate in Science degree).
Student Assistance Program:
Valencia College is interested in making sure all our students have a rewarding and successful college experience. To that purpose, Valencia students can get immediate help with issues dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties, substance abuse, time management as well as relationship problems dealing with school, home or work. BayCare Behavioral Health Student Assistance Program (SAP) services are free to all Valencia students and available 24 hours a day by calling (800) 878-5470. Free face-to-face counseling is also available.
Students enrolled in the same college-level course at Valencia more than two times shall pay the full cost (100%) of instruction fee (you will have to pay out-of-state tuition after your second attempt). Please see a counselor or advisor if you must repeat a course for the third time.
Caution: The last day to send me the Campus e-mail is the first Wednesday of this term; the last day to do the Student Introduction, the Syllabus Quiz, and one online homework with at least 80%, is the second Tuesday of this term. After this date, if you have not completed these tasks, you will be withdrawn from the course (as a No-Show). No Exceptions.
Valencia Student Feedback on Instruction (SFI): Near the end of the term, you will receive an invitation through your Valencia email account asking you to complete the Student Feedback on Instruction (SFI). This is a survey which provides us with feedback on your experience in this class and helps us improve the course. The results are released only after grades are submitted. Student names are not included in the results –your responses will be anonymous. You will get an email from Valencia informing you when the SAI survey will open.
Changes in the syllabus, course topics and contents, schedule, course material guide, assessment and evaluation procedure, homework assignments, and/or any other document or instruction provided or assigned by the professor may be made at any time at the discretion of your professor.
Please check the Schedule and the
Course Material Guide in the course content area in
Blackboard (BB) for all tasks and deadlines!