1 Harrisburg Area Community College Virtual Learning English 104 Reporting and Technical Writing 3 credits Spring 2015 CRN: Department: English Instructor: Professor L.P. Barnett Office Location: York Campus Cytec 122A Office Phone: CONTACT INFORMATION: Virtual Campus: Joanne McPherson Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 11:00 am 3:00 pm (Questions received by will be answered within two business days.) REQUIRED TEXT: These books can be found in the book store and do not require any access codes. Lannon, John and Laura Gurak. Technical Communication. 13th Edition. New York: Pearson, 2014.
2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 1. You will need an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a hawkmail account. 2. Software: Microsoft word, word perfect, or works. 3. A working knowledge of technology FOR HELP: For help with Desire 2 Learn contact their helpdesk or contact the help desk: or contact the College s Help Desk or , extension 2570 (in PA only). Also, please let me know of any recurring technical problems. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OVERVIEW: Applies technical communication principles in the writing of effective reports and technical papers such as definitions, descriptions, instructions, proposals, and research reports. This course is primarily for technical students. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 101 and 003 or 007 (when required by College Placement Test) with a grade of C or higher. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to: Compose the essential forms of technical writing, such as definitions, descriptions, instructions, proposals, and research reports Create factual, clear, coherent, concise, and complete texts Organize, compose, design, and present technical information based on the audience analysis, purpose, media, and usability Complete technical documents collaboratively and recursively Give presentations of technical information Conduct and document research using the APA documentation style
3 STUDENTS IN NEED OF ACCOMMODATIONS: Students with disabilities who are in need of accommodations should contact the campus disability coordinator listed below. Coordinators for each campus are listed here: EEOC POLICY 005: It is the policy of Harrisburg Area Community College, in full accordance with the law, not to discriminate in employment, student admissions, and student services on the basis of race, color, religion, age, political affiliation or belief, gender, national origin, ancestry, disability, place of birth, General Education Development Certification (GED), marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, genetic history/information, or any legally protected classification. HACC recognizes its responsibility to promote the principles of equal opportunity for employment, student admissions, and student services taking active steps to recruit minorities and women. The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act ( PHRAct ) prohibits discrimination against prospective and current students because of race, color, sex, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, handicap or disability, record of a handicap or disability, perceived handicap or disability, relationship or association with an individual with a handicap or disability, use of a guide or support animal, and/or handling or training of support or guide animals. The Pennsylvania Fair Educational Opportunities Act ( PFEOAct ) prohibits discrimination against prospective and current students because of race, religion, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, handicap or disability, record of a handicap or disability, perceived handicap or disability, and a relationship or association with an individual with a handicap or disability. Information about these laws may be obtained by visiting the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission website at HACC Virtual Learning Deborah Bybee Coordinator, Disability Services 104F 735 Cumberland Street Lebanon, PA Phone:
4 WITHDRAWAL PROCESS (ACCORDING TO AP 667) W Grade - may be awarded to students who have withdrawn or have been withdrawn from a course after the refund period and through the last class meeting of the course. For classes that do not meet in the last two weeks of the term, a W grade may be awarded to students who withdraw or have been withdrawn from a course after the refund period and at least three business days prior to the close of the last day of regular instruction as determined by the college. A. Awarding W Grades: 1. The Director of Student Records shall be responsible for administering the W grade procedures. 2. For student-initiated withdrawals students are responsible for obtaining signature of instructor and submitting the withdraw form to the Registration Office for processing. 3. Instructors may withdraw a student without a student request due to excessive absences according to AP 661, Student Attendance. A grade of W or F will be assigned. 4. No grade will be recorded for students who withdraw during the refund period. 5. A W grade will be granted by the instructor upon request of the student from the end of the refund period until the midpoint of the course as defined in the College calendar. The student must be attending class in a manner consistent with the instructor's attendance policy, have completed the required graded material, and have not been dishonest in completing the work in order to be eligible for the W grade. 6. From the midpoint of the course through the last class meeting of the course, the student will receive a grade of W or F, depending upon the instructor's assessment of the student's performance, which may take into account extenuating circumstances. For classes that do not meet in the last two weeks of the term, this timeline will be from the midpoint of the course to at least three business days prior to the close of the last day of regular instruction as determined by the college. 7. Students who receive the grade of W in more than 50% of their credit hours after having attempted more than 30 credit hours will not be allowed to attend classes at the College until they receive approval pursuant to Administrative Procedure 638, Student Probation, Suspension and Reinstatement. I Grade - may be awarded by the approving faculty member to students who, because of extenuating circumstances, request additional time beyond the term to complete coursework. Awarding I Grades: 1. Each academic division shall be responsible for implementing the College's I grade procedures.
5 2. If the student does not complete the requirements of the course and wants additional time to do so, he/she must request an I grade. The instructor may or may not choose to assign the I grade. If the instructor chooses to assign the I grade, then the following procedure may be followed: a) The instructor and student will create a contract listing the assignments that need to be completed in order to fulfill the course requirements as well as the timeline for completion. b) Both the instructor and student must agree to the contract in writing. c) Both parties will keep a copy of the contract. 3. Students receiving an I grade must complete the course work within a period of no more than 8 weeks of the ensuing regular fall or spring term as prescribed in the contract. 4. Students who do not complete the I grade within the allotted time period will have their grade changed to IF. This grade will be computed as an F grade in calculating the grade point average. 5. Once the student has completed the course requirements within the specified period of time, the instructor shall submit a Change of Grade form to the division/campus academic administrator, who will approve and forward the form to the Records Office for processing. The earned grade will replace the I grade. 6. Extensions of the I grade. a) The student who receives an I grade at the end of a given term may request that the instructor grant an additional extension beyond the eight week limit. b) The instructor has the option to deny or approve the extension with the concurrence of the division administrator. This approval, however, must be for a specific period of time. If an extension is approved, the division administrator will inform the Director of Student Records. It is the responsibility of the instructor to inform the student. ATTENDANCE POLICY (ACCORDING TO AP 661) The College is required by law to make attendance reports to the relevant agencies of students who are funded by veterans' benefits, social security payments, and various other federal, state, or private scholarship programs. Students in programs that are accredited/approved by external agencies must observe these special attendance policies delineated by the external agencies and contained in the printed course syllabus. Students who receive all F grades or a combination of all F and W grades for a term will have their aid eligibility recalculated at the end of the term. When this occurs, students may owe money on their account even if the term is over. Refer to AP 513, Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (FASAP) and Appeals Policy, for more details. Faculty will maintain accurate attendance records that indicate the last date attended for students receiving W or F grades who did not complete the course.
6 B The determination of what constitutes an excused versus an unexcused absence shall be made by the instructor. C. An instructor may require a student to furnish documentation substantiating that an absence should be considered excused if absences become excessive or occur at questionable times (for example, on the day of an exam). 4. Instructors may reduce course grades after unexcused absences exceed 10% of the total class hours that will take place throughout the semester. 5. Instructors may drop a student from a class with the concurrence of the division/campus administrator when unexcused absences exceed 15% of the total class hours that will take place throughout the semester and when the excessive absences preclude the possibility of the student attaining the stated learning outcomes for the course. 6. Individual course attendance policies shall be consistent with this procedure. Instructors must include in their written course syllabus a statement defining specific attendance policies for their individual courses. The printed course syllabus containing the attendance policy should be distributed during the first day of class. Under unusual circumstances, the syllabus may be distributed after the first day of class, but in no event shall it be distributed later than the first week of class. (See AP 766, Course Syllabi) 7. Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes/laboratories and are responsible for all class work and assignments. 8. The College expects that instructors provide absent students with the chance to make up work, if feasible, when an absence has been excused. 9. Students are subject to procedures and requirements approved under this administrative procedure, which will be printed in the Student Handbook. 10. Division or discipline faculty groups may develop attendance policies or guidelines for faculty in their respective group. Such policies shall be consistent with AP 661. According to guidance from the federal Department of Education, an institution must demonstrate that an online student participated in class or was otherwise engaged in an academically-related activity for attendance purposes. Logging into an online class without active participation does not meet their definition of attendance. Examples of academic activities include, but are not limited to, the following: 1.1 Submitting an assignment 1.2 Taking an exam 1.3 Participating in an interactive tutorial or computer-assisted instruction 1.4 Participating in online discussion about academic matters 1.5 Initiating contact with the faculty member to ask a question about the academic subject being studied in the course
7 Note: 1. If a situation develops that will make it challenging to do the necessary work to finish the course, please let me know. For example, you are in the hospital and can provide proper documentation, having a baby, and any other situations that you cannot physically participate. We may be able to work through the challenges. 2. It is important that you contact me as soon as possible if you cannot login to D2L and maintain contact until you are able to access the course. I might drop you from the course if I have had no contact with you. 3. I will not allow you to use not being able to access the class due to technically difficulty as an excuse for missing class and not turning work in. If, however, the course cannot be finished, you must officially withdraw or the result will be a failing grade. MAKE UP WORK: In order to make up work in this class you must have experience one of the following situations 1) you are in the hospital and can provide proper documentation, 2) having a baby, 3) and any other situations that you cannot physically participate with documentation. I will give you one week to make up the work on which you missed for that period of time. After that one week is passed you will not be able to make up the work. ACADEMIC HONESTY: DEFINITIONS Academic dishonesty is defined as an intentional act of deception in which a student seeks to claim credit for the work or effort of another person, or uses unauthorized material or fabricated information in any academic work. It includes, but is not limited to:
8 A. Cheating giving or receiving answers on assigned material, using materials or aids forbidden by the instructor, unauthorized possession of examinations, or any other intentional use or attempted use of unauthorized materials, information, or study aid. B. Plagiarism the offering of someone else s work, words, or idea as one s own or using material from another source without acknowledgement. C. Interference interfering without permission with the work of another student either by obtaining, changing or destroying the work of another student. D. Buying or selling of term papers, homework, examinations, laboratory assignments, computer programs, etc. E. Falsifying of one s own or another s academic records, or falsifying of admissions, registration, or other related college materials. F. Knowingly assisting someone who engages in A-E above. PROCEDURES Faculty can impose the following disciplinary actions within the context of a course, a. lowering of a grade or failure for a particular assignment, b. lowering of a grade in the course, c. failure and/or dismissal from the course. The faculty member can recommend to the campus academic dean more serious measures be imposed within the context of the College. The academic dean may impose more serious measures upon the recommendation of the faculty member based on his or her own evaluation, including disciplinary probation, which may include a limitation on credits, mandatory repeat of a course, or suspension from a curriculum.
9 i. The campus academic dean may recommend to the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) that the student be suspended from the College. ii. The CAO may suspend the student from the College for a period of one semester or more. S: Please make sure you read your s and access desire to learn regularly. I tend to post reminders and send s regarding the class. I will not accept from a student that they did not know because they did not read their s. 1. Please send s to my HACC address if you cannot reach me on desire to learns account. If you this account, please specify which class you are in and your name, assignment, and detailed question. I would prefer that you submit all assignments through desire to learn or my account in desire to learn. If you cannot, then you can my HACC account. 2. I will not check s on Saturdays, Sundays, or Holidays. Please make sure you ahead of time if you need a question answered. 3. Utilize each other in the class to get questions answered if you are unable to contact me during the weekend. On-Line Privacy Notice Notice: Online courses are periodically evaluated. As a part of that evaluation, a sample of correspondence and faculty and students will be reviewed to assess the quality of rapport and interaction between the faculty member and the student. Accordingly, if you want to send the instructor an of a personal nature, please put Private in the subject line. Those s will not be opened or reviewed during any course evaluation.
10 NOTE: This syllabus is subject to change. Please make sure on the first day to print the syllabus from desire to learn. I will post it in the Getting Started Folder. Please follow the learning modules for all of your assignments. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: 1. Exercises 2. Discussion Board Reponses 3. Analytical Report (outline, proposal, report items) 4. Presentation POLICIES AND EVALUATIVE CRITERIA: (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY) 1. All final copies will be in correct format based on the activity you are doing. They must be typed, in 12 point, and of font (Ariel and Times New Roman). Please save all documents in word. Please make sure your paper is not in a zip file. If your paper is not saved in the appropriate format, I will not accept it. I will also accept Word Perfect and Works documents. I CANNOT OPEN.lnk,.odt &.cwk. MAKE SURE TO SAVE AS A.doc or. docx file. 2. All assignments must be submitted by Sunday the week they are due by 11:59 PM. I DO NOT ACCEPT LATE PAPERS OR ASSIGNMENTS! Please do not wait until 11:59 pm to turn in your paper. Your clock might not be on the same time as desire to learn. Please do not ask me to accept a paper after the due date. If you are having technical difficulties, make sure you your assignment to my hacc.edu account. I will not accept technical difficulties as an excuse for late work. 3. You are more than welcome to work ahead. If you are going to be gone when an assignment is due, you must turn it in early.
11 4. If you have an accommodation then you need to make sure that I am aware of it at the beginning of the semester. To successfully complete this course, each student will be required to do the following: 1. Log onto the course to work at least twice a week. 2. Work through and study all the instructional materials in the course as indicated in the learning modules. 3. Read all the assigned textbook selections. 4. Post responses on the course bulletin board in response to discussion questions about the assigned materials. In addition, this activity functions as our class discussion and sharing of ideas and perspectives on the material. 5. Take the online exams if applicable 6. Complete and submit the paper associated with the thematic units. In addition, more specific criteria will be given with each assignment. See learning module for assignments. COURSE ASSIGNMENTS: Discussion Questions: Many students have questions as to when discussion questions are due and what format they should be in. Well discussion questions are due on the week that they are assigned. I would like you to respond to the question with a well-developed paragraph. In addition, I would like you to respond to some of your fellow students post as well.
12 Learning Modules: The learning modules have all of your information for the semester. Please follow the learning modules for all of your assignments and due dates. Everything is linked in the learning modules including the assignment drop box. Assignment Drop Box: These drop boxes are where you will post your assignments. In addition, any rubric and assignment information will be located in there as well. You can post your assignment in the submission box or as an attachment. Make sure that the format is correct in the submission box and the file type is correct in the attachment. I will return any assignments that I cannot open. GRADING SCALE: A C 59-0 F B D GRADING POLICIES: ASSIGNMENT: Written assignments will be graded on the basis of how well a student responds to the criteria given for effective discourse. Assignments should demonstrate clear, thoughtful and insightful presentation of ideas that are original, well organized, well supported, unified, and structurally and mechanically sound. In-Class and assigned exercises/activities Students will be asked regularly to complete journal entries, other exercises, and sometimes quizzes. These assignments will be graded accordingly for completeness, effort, and the developed expression of ideas.
13 Participation Because reading and discussion form the framework around which our writing will be based, participation in the class bulletin board will be expected and required. Students will have the opportunity to share their ideas. It is often the voicing of our ideas and the give and take of conversation that allows for further discovery and inquiry into a subject. You will also have group assignments that will REQUIRE you to work together at particular times and dates. There will be no on campus meetings. IN CLASS MEETINGS:
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