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									            2011-2012 Syllabus (updated 5/5/11)
What follows are syllabi templates for traditional and online/blended graduate
and undergraduate courses taught by all instructors. Text in black includes
University requirements and text in orange denotes Accreditation-related
requirements for inclusion if applicable - if the course yields assessment scores
for SPA, Conceptual Framework learner outcomes, EEDA, or other graduate
program Assessment Plans (CHE) - as identified next.

SYLLABUS IDENTIFICATION OF ACCREDITATION-RELATED
ASSESSMENTS –

Clearly identify on all syllabi, including summer syllabi, course-generated assessment scores
for Conceptual Framework (CF) learner outcomes and SPA, EEDA, and Graduate
Program Assessment Plan (CHE) assessments. Candidates (our students) should be
aware of courses and assignment(s) within generating assessment system scores and the
scores they receive. Artifacts must be collected as well. If candidates have purchased and
registered an account with LiveText, they can upload artifacts and check their scores in
LiveText (see LiveText information below). Otherwise, the instructor should upload sample
artifacts and share scores with candidates. You can find program assessment plans on the
School of Education’s web site faculty/staff tools login. If you are unsure if your course has
accreditation-related assessments contact Michalann Evatt or your program coordinator.

The following provides more detail for syllabus requirements specific to our CF and LiveText.


    CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK LEARNER OUTCOMES SCORES

Please identify the conceptual framework learner outcomes scored in the course by listing the
learner outcome (Caring: Beliefs, Caring: Actions, Capable: Knowledge, Capable: Practice,
Connected: Communication, Connected: Integration), level (1,2, 3, or 4 for undergraduate
programs /1, 2, or 3 at most for graduate programs), and the product description/assignment.
Every Tillman Hall classroom displays a plexiglass poster identifying the six learner outcomes.
We encourage you to spend a few minutes of class time pointing out the learner outcomes and
take opportunities throughout the course to talk about the relationship to the course material.

If your class is not providing a CF learner outcome score you are encouraged to remind
candidates of the conceptual framework learner outcomes in your course when applicable.


    LIVETEXT

In Fall 2009, we adopted LiveText as the web-based data collection, archive, and reporting
collection system for CF learner outcomes, SPA, EEDA, ADEPT, and Other Graduate
Assessment Plan assessment scores. All education majors with the exception of MHRD, CMH
counseling, Literacy, and Student Affairs must make the one-time “textbook” purchase of
LiveText via the CU Bookstore. Candidates receive emails at the beginning of the fall term
explaining the requirement.

The syllabus templates that follow includes suggested text for courses requiring the LiveText
purchase. At the undergraduate level candidates are required to purchase it once only via
any of these courses: ED 105 or EDF 301, 302, 315, 334, 335. We ask that instructors of
these courses require candidates to upload the accreditation-related assignments (with the
exception of exams) that generate scores as a requirement for grading these assignments. By
Fall 2013, all education undergraduate candidates should have purchased LiveText and any
course with accreditation-related assessments can require candidates to upload accreditation-
related assignments. Graduate candidates are encouraged to purchase LiveText at time of
enrollment so any course with accreditation-related assessments can require the one-time
LiveText purchase and ask candidates to upload assignments in LiveText.




   Syllabus Template – Traditional Courses and Syllabus
        Template – Online/Blended Courses follows
Template for Traditional Courses

                                              Course Name
                                               Course Number
                                                Credit hours
                                              Semester offered
                                          Class meetings/days/times

Professor:
Office location:
Phone:
Email:
Website:
Office hours:

The Mission of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education is to prepare caring and capable
professionals through intellectually engaging experiences in theory, method, and research that
connect them to the communities in which they live and serve. Our Conceptual Framework
summarizes what we expect our students to value, to know, and to be able to do. Our conceptual
framework six learner outcomes are caring beliefs and actions, capable knowledge and practice, and
connected communication and integration.
http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/education/about/framework.html

Course prerequisite: [if applicable]
Course description: [from catalog]
Objectives:
Required text/materials:
       LiveText Requirement [see notes at beginning of this document to determine if applicable,
        text is below for undergraduate/graduate courses]:
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education is required to collect student performance data on education students
throughout the program for NCATE accreditation and other professional association recognitions. We have chosen a
web-based system called LiveText that allows instructors to collect student performance data and students to upload
assignments. For this purpose, it will be necessary for all education majors to make a one-time purchase of an
online LiveText account through the Clemson University bookstore. The cost is $98 and is required for the
grading of course accreditation-related assignments. You only need to buy a LiveText account once during your degree
program. Please follow the online registration instructions and register with your 9-digit Clemson ID number. Non-
education majors are not required to purchase. LiveText provides students with a nice portfolio development tool.
This portfolio can be built throughout your time at Clemson and can be downloaded intact for use beyond Clemson.

The Live Text Help Center provides clear and concise information on how to submit an assignment in LiveText and
how to view graded assignments. Please refer to the following for assistance
https://c1.livetext.com/c1_help/for_students/ . Choose Courses, then Submit Assignments to find information on
submitting and viewing assignments. If you still have questions, please contact LiveText email help or call their
technical support center.

For more information about this requirement, please contact Michalann Evatt (mevtt@clemson.edu, 864-656-3482).
Technology, equipment, or skills required:

Instructional strategies employed:

Laboratory and/or field experience: [if any]

Accreditation-Related Assessments [see notes at beginning of this document]:

Attendance policy:
Students at Clemson are expected to wait 15 minutes if an instructor is late.

Topics/units: [with specificity]

Evaluation/Grading Policy: [grading scale and weightings of evaluation criteria]:

Bibliography, resources, et alia: [if appropriate]

Academic Integrity Policy: [select undergraduate or graduate policy below]

         For Undergraduate Courses:

"As members of the Clemson University community, we have inherited Thomas Green Clemson’s
vision of this institution as a ‘high seminary of learning.’ Fundamental to this vision is a mutual
commitment to truthfulness, honor, and responsibility, without which we cannot earn the trust and
respect of others. Furthermore, we recognize that academic dishonesty detracts from the value of a
Clemson degree. Therefore, we shall not tolerate lying, cheating, or stealing in any form." Please refer
to the “Academic Integrity Policy”
http://www.clemson.edu/academics/academic-integrity/index.html

         For Graduate Courses:
"As members of the Clemson University community, we have inherited Thomas Green Clemson’s
vision of this institution as a ‘high seminary of learning.’ Fundamental to this vision is a mutual
commitment to truthfulness, honor, and responsibility, without which we cannot earn the trust and
respect of others. Furthermore, we recognize that academic dishonesty detracts from the value of a
Clemson degree. Therefore, we shall not tolerate lying, cheating, or stealing in any form." Please refer
to the “Academic Integrity Policy” on for Graduate Students including these URLs for the Grad School
Philosophy and policy:
http://gradspace.editme.com/AcademicGrievancePolicyandProcedures#integrityphilosophy
and
http://gradspace.editme.com/AcademicGrievancePolicyandProcedures#integrity


Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:
Student Disability Services coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations for students with
physical, emotional, or learning disabilities. Accommodations are individualized, flexible, and
confidential based on the nature of the disability and the academic environment in compliance with
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Students are encouraged to consult with the Disability Services staff early in the semester, preferably
prior to the first day of class.

Current documentation of a specific disability from a licensed professional is needed. Additional
information or appointments are available from Student Disability Services, G-23 Redfern Health
Center, 656-6848. Details on policies and procedures are available at www.clemson.edu/ads.

If you have a documented disability that requires accommodation, you must notify the professor in
writing during the first week of classes. "It is University policy to provide, on a flexible and
individualized basis, reasonable accommodations to students who have disabilities. Students are
encouraged to contact Student Disability Services to discuss their individual needs for accommodation."
Template for Traditional Courses
                                                 Course Name
                                                  Course Number
                                                     Credit hours
                                                   Semester offered

Introduction to the Instructor(s)
        Name
        Contact Information
        Introduction/Brief Bio/Photo
        Office Hours – Electronic, Physical
        Email response statement – I will respond to all email correspondence within 48 hours, except on weekends.

Introduction of Other Leaders in the Course

The Mission of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education is to prepare caring and capable
professionals through intellectually engaging experiences in theory, method, and research that
connect them to the communities in which they live and serve. Our Conceptual Framework
summarizes what we expect our students to value, to know, and to be able to do. Our conceptual
framework six learner outcomes are caring beliefs and actions, capable knowledge and practice, and
connected communication and integration.
http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/education/about/framework.html

Course prerequisite: [if applicable]

Course description: [from catalog]

Laboratory and/or field experience: [if any]

Accreditation-Related Assessments: [see notes at beginning of this document]

Objectives

Required text/materials:
Textbooks may be ordered from the Clemson University Bookstore (www.whywaitforbooks.com ) or any of the other
sources available on the Internet. Other web sites such as CampusI (www.dealoz.com) offer a price comparison of textbooks
by seller.


       LiveText Requirement [see notes at beginning of this document to determine if applicable,
        text is below for undergraduate/graduate courses]:
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education is required to collect student performance data on education students
throughout the program for NCATE accreditation and other professional association recognitions. We have chosen a
web-based system called LiveText that allows instructors to collect student performance data and students to upload
assignments. For this purpose, it will be necessary for all education majors to make a one-time purchase of an
online LiveText account through the Clemson University bookstore. The cost is $98 and is required for the
grading of course accreditation-related assignments. You only need to buy a LiveText account once during your degree
program. Please follow the online registration instructions and register with your 9-digit Clemson ID number. Non-
education majors are not required to purchase. LiveText provides students with a nice portfolio development tool.
This portfolio can be built throughout your time at Clemson and can be downloaded intact for use beyond Clemson.

The Live Text Help Center provides clear and concise information on how to submit an assignment in LiveText and
how to view graded assignments. Please refer to the following for assistance
https://c1.livetext.com/c1_help/for_students/ . Choose Courses, then Submit Assignments to find information on
submitting and viewing assignments. If you still have questions, please contact LiveText email help or call their
technical support center.

For more information about this requirement, please contact Michalann Evatt (mevtt@clemson.edu, 864-656-3482).


Technology, equipment, or skills required:
        Minimum technical requirements:
               Access to email and the Internet
               Blackboard System Requirements
                        o IE 8 is not a Blackboard Supported Browser at this time. We recommend the use of IE 7,
                             Firefox or Safari to avoid any unknown issues.
                        o Windows Operating System and Browser
                                   Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6 or Internet Explorer 7 or Netscape 8.0 or
                                       Firefox 2.0
                                   Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7 or Netscape 7.1 or Firefox 2.0
                        o Macintosh Operating System and Browsers
                                   Mac OS 10.2 and Safari 1.2
                                   Mac OS 10.4 and Safari 2 or Firefox 1.5
                                   Mac OS 10.5 and Safari 2 or Safari 3
                        o Browser Plugins
                                   Java 1.5 on PC
                                   Java 1.5 ( Mac OS 10.4, Tiger) or higher (MAC OS 10.5, Leopard )
               Current version of an operating system, a word processing package, a spreadsheet package,
                   presentation software, and the Adobe Flash Player (www.adobe.com/downloads )
               Microphone for web conferences; the web camera is optional
               Since this course involves sending and receiving large files of information and meeting online, you
                   will find that a high speed Internet connection is advantageous.

        Time Commitment and Weekly Interactions Requirements
               To be successful in this online course, you must be willing to allocate sufficient time to access course
               materials, participate in online classes and discussion groups, and complete all of the assignments. Similar
               to traditional classroom courses, you will interact with the content, your teacher, and your classmates on at
               least a weekly basis through course assignments, asynchronous discussion, and synchronous meetings as
               indicated in this syllabus. During this course, you should plan on scheduling 12 to 15 hours per week.


Attendance policy: Students at Clemson are expected to wait 15 minutes if an instructor is late.

Grading policy

Accreditation-Related Assessments: [see notes at beginning of this document]

Academic Integrity Policy: [select undergraduate or graduate policy below]

       For Undergraduate Courses:

"As members of the Clemson University community, we have inherited Thomas Green Clemson’s
vision of this institution as a ‘high seminary of learning.’ Fundamental to this vision is a mutual
commitment to truthfulness, honor, and responsibility, without which we cannot earn the trust and
respect of others. Furthermore, we recognize that academic dishonesty detracts from the value of a
Clemson degree. Therefore, we shall not tolerate lying, cheating, or stealing in any form." Please refer
to the “Academic Integrity Policy”
http://www.clemson.edu/academics/academic-integrity/index.html

         For Graduate Courses:
"As members of the Clemson University community, we have inherited Thomas Green Clemson’s
vision of this institution as a ‘high seminary of learning.’ Fundamental to this vision is a mutual
commitment to truthfulness, honor, and responsibility, without which we cannot earn the trust and
respect of others. Furthermore, we recognize that academic dishonesty detracts from the value of a
Clemson degree. Therefore, we shall not tolerate lying, cheating, or stealing in any form." Please refer
to the “Academic Integrity Policy” on for Graduate Students including these URLs for the Grad School
Philosophy and policy:
http://gradspace.editme.com/AcademicGrievancePolicyandProcedures#integrityphilosophy
and
http://gradspace.editme.com/AcademicGrievancePolicyandProcedures#integrity


Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:

Student Disability Services coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations for students with
physical, emotional, or learning disabilities. Accommodations are individualized, flexible, and
confidential based on the nature of the disability and the academic environment in compliance with
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Students are encouraged to consult with the Disability Services staff early in the semester, preferably
prior to the first day of class.

Current documentation of a specific disability from a licensed professional is needed. Additional
information or appointments are available from Student Disability Services, G-23 Redfern Health
Center, 656-6848. Details on policies and procedures are available at www.clemson.edu/ads.

If you have a documented disability that requires accommodation, you must notify the professor in
writing during the first week of classes. "It is University policy to provide, on a flexible and
individualized basis, reasonable accommodations to students who have disabilities. Students are
encouraged to contact Student Disability Services to discuss their individual needs for accommodation."


Navigating The Course:

Getting Started
        The electronic classrooms for this course are located in Blackboard and Adobe Acrobat Connect. To gain access to
        the course you need your Clemson Student ID (username) and password.

          Blackboard
             1.     Open your Internet browser to the Clemson University home page at www.clemson.edu
             2.     Select the URL of http://bb.clemson.edu and press Enter
             3.     Login with your Clemson University Username and Password
             4.     The Welcome page will list your current courses
             5.     Select this course and enter the Blackboard classroom


                                                The Blackboard Classrooms

Announcements                       Course announcements

Course Documents                    Syllabus, Course Materials, Presentations, Recordings

Groups                              Group pages for teams

Discussion Boards                   Discussion Forums

Communications                      Sending email messages, Discussion Boards, Group Pages, Chat Rooms, Roster,
                                    Calendar
Staff Information                   Contact information for teachers and resource people

Tools                               Grades, Course Evaluation, User Manual

Content Collection Tab              Library E-Reserves (under Institution Content)


         Acrobat Connect
             1. Open your Internet browser
             2. Enter the URL for this course: http://connect.clemson.edu/xxxxxxx
             3. Select the option to Enter as a Student or Visitor
             4. Enter your name and click on the Enter Room button
                                           The Acrobat Connect Classrooms

         Camera and Voice                               Chat                                Share

Web Cam pictures                        Attendee, presenter, and host         Power Point presentation
Microphone controls                     comments and discussions              Shared Documents

           Attendee List                                Note                                 Poll

List of attendees                       Notes                                 Question and multiple choice
                                                                              answers


Communicating Electronically
     Netiquette Expectations
              Always practice Internet Etiquette when communicating electronically. The purpose of communicating
              electronically in an online course is to share information.
                    Be respectful of other participants, their time, their bandwidth, and their opinions.
                    Remember that you are communicating with people who do not have the advantage of seeing your
                       body language or hearing your voice inflections, and who may interpret your message differently
                       than you intended.
                            o Using all caps may be interpreted as shouting.
                            o Use humor and sarcasm carefully (we can’t see the twinkle in your eye); add emoticons
                                 to provide a visual representation of your intent.
                            o Keep your critiques constructive; antagonistic criticism is called “flaming” and may
                                 cause an unwanted reaction.
                    Remember that you are judged by the quality of your writing.
                                 o   Spelling and grammar do count.
                                 o   Be coherent and succinct.
                                 o   Don’t plagiarize; respect copyrights.
                                 o   Don’t depend on a single source when contributing new information from external
                                     resources.
                                 o   Be professional.

           Sending and Receiving email
                   The instructor(s) will respond to all inquiries, questions, and other electronic correspondence within a
                   timely, but not necessarily immediate, manner. Most electronic communications will be answered within
                   48 hours. All email messages from the instructor(s) will be sent to the student’s Clemson University email
                   address. To avoid having your message mistakenly identified as SPAM, please identify the course in the
                   subject line (xxxxx xxx).


Synchronous Meetings
                   Students are expected to participate in the weekly synchronous meetings. Each class will be facilitated by
                   the instructor and include student team presentations. All students are expected to actively participate in
                   class discussions.

                   The synchronous classes will be every [day] at [time, Eastern Time] beginning [date] and will be facilitated
                   through the Adobe Acrobat Connect software. Each class will be at least one hour in length. The only
                   software requirement is the Adobe Flash Player available at no cost at www.adobe.com/downloads.
                   Students will need a microphone for the group presentations; a web camera is optional. The meetings will
                   be recorded for later review.

                   The Internet URL for this course is http://connect.clemson.edu/xxxxxxx/

                   If you have difficulty connecting to the meeting, contact the instructor at [phone number].

                   All assigned readings must be completed before the meeting.

Discussion Board Forums
                   Discussion Board Forums are designed to facilitate asynchronous interactions about a particular thread or
                   topic. You enter the discussion on your time schedule, read the postings, add comments, and introduce new
                   material related to the topic. The purpose of a threaded discussion is to expand your knowledge through the
                   collective research and comments on the subject. To be successful in online discussion forums, you need to
                   visit the site frequently and become actively engaged in the process.
                         Research the topic and add constructive comments and information
                         Practice professional netiquette when communicating with others
                         Visit the discussion frequently
                         Stay on the subject
                         Share relevant experiences and external resources
                         Strive for quality more than quantity of postings
                         Include open ended questions in your postings to encourage dialogue

                   All students are expected to participate in all Discussion Board Forums. Participation will be graded on the
                   quality of the posting, the use of outside resources, sharing information from agencies and/or specific
                   programs, and contributions to new knowledge.

                   Access to the Discussion Board forums is through Blackboard. Post your initial responses to the forum by
                   Thursday at 11 pm Eastern Time. Reply to the initial discussion postings of other class members by Sunday
                   at 11 pm Eastern Time.

                                         Guidelines to Successful Online Discussion
Criteria              Excellent          Good                Average           Below Average          Poor
Postings              5 postings, well   4 postings, well    3 postings, well 2 or less               No postings
                      distributed        distributed         distributed       postings               throughout the
                   throughout the      throughout the         throughout the     throughout the   week
                   week                week                   week               week
Description of     Use of Analysis,    Use of                 Use of             Seemingly, no    No participation
Contribution       Synthesis and       Comprehension          Knowledge          evidence that
                   Evaluation          and Application                           readings were
                                                              Postings are not   understood or
                   Critical and/or     Readings were          on tract with      incorporated
                   creative            understood and         readings           into the
                   contribution        incorporated into                         discussion
                                       responses              Repeats basic
                   Very clear that                            correct            Didn’t do the
                   readings were       Exhibits good          information        readings
                   understood and      insights and           related to
                   incorporated        understanding of       discussion
                   well into           discussion question
                   responses
                                       Relates the issue to
                   Asks questions      prior material
                   that extend the     covered in the
                   discussion and      course
                   makes
                   insightful,
                   critical
                   comments

                   Contributes new
                   information and
                   identifies the
                   source




Individual Assignments & Projects
                 Topic and content expectations

                 Format expectations (APA style, # of pages, font size, spacing)

                 Due date and time

                 Submission instructions (email attachment)

Team Presentations
                 To be successful in a virtual group, you need excellent communications skills and a willingness to
                 collaborate. Your team may meet in a variety of different ways, including chat rooms, discussion boards,
                 email messages, and telephone calls. Group pages for your team are located in Blackboard in the
                 Communications area.
                       Be an active team player
                       Contribute to the assignment and share the work load
                       Share your thoughts about the process, problems, and concerns
                       Provide constructive feedback to the other group members
                       Remember that this is a learning process and should increase your knowledge

                 Criteria for formation of Teams

                 Topic and content expectations

                 Format expectations
                  Due date and time

                  Submission instructions
                          Presentation
                          Discussion Board Forum (Team Members do not need to post an initial response to their own
                                   forum; they do need to respond to their classmates)
                          Report

                  Peer evaluation instructions if this is a team effort
                           Each team member will submit a graded evaluation of the other members of the team based on the
                           following rubric.

       Points                3                        2                         1                        0
Collaboration      Actively listened       Actively listened but      Reluctantly listened     Did not listen to
                   to and valued           did not value ideas        to ideas of others       ideas of others
                   ideas of others         of others
Contribution       Contributed to          Contributed to team        Contributed to team      Did not contribute
                   team projects and       projects and               projects but works       to team projects
                   submitted high          submitted acceptable       was inadequate or
                   quality work            work                       of poor quality
Participation      Consistently            Participated in most       Participated in some     Participated in few
                   participated in         of the group               of the group             or none of the
                   group activities        activities                 activities               group activities


                           Submit a graded evaluation of each team member (maximum of 100 points) to the instructor via
                           email by [date and time].

                           An average of the team scores for each member will be calculated into the final grade.


Any Additional Information [if applicable]
Other Resources

Advising
You are assigned to an adviser upon admission into the program. Regular interactions with your adviser will make your
academic journey more efficient and effective. Questions about your adviser should be directed to your academic area office.

Financial Aid
http://virtual.clemson.edu/groups/finaid/
This link provides you with information about financial aid opportunities.

Graduate School Information
http://www.grad.clemson.edu/
The Graduate School web pages include current policies, procedures, calendars, and related forms.

Help with Technology
http://www.clemson.edu/ccit/support_services/
The CCIT Help Desk is available by telephone (864-656-3594) or email (ITHelp@clemson.edu). Check the web site for
available hours.

Assistance with Blackboard or Acrobat Connect may also be available through the CCIT Technology Services area. Send an
email message to ITHelp@clemson.edu.
Library Services
http://www.lib.clemson.edu/
The library web pages connect you to the many services and resources provided for Clemson University students, including
online databases, e-journals, electronic books, interlibrary loan, etc.

Library Distance Education Services
http://www.lib.clemson.edu/distance/index.htm
The library distance education web pages connect you with services designed specifically for off-campus students.

Registrar’s Office
http://www.registrar.clemson.edu/
The Registrar’s Office web site provides you with information about course schedules, registration, calendars, tuition fees,
and grades.

Searching the Net
http://www.lib.clemson.edu/qr/internet.htm
Online courses frequently require you to search for resources on the Internet. The large numbers of indexes, search engines,
and web pages require navigation skills. The library has prepared a guide for you at this web site.

Student Disability Services
http://www.clemson.edu/sds/
Clemson University is committed to providing educational opportunities for all students and assisting them in making their
college experience successful and positive. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Clemson University recognizes a student with a disability as anyone who has a
physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity. SDS coordinates the provision of
reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. All reasonable accommodations are individualized, flexible, and
confidential based on the nature of the disability and the academic environment.

 If you have a disability that may impair your participation in this course, you need to notify the course instructor and the
Office of Student Disability Services before the course begins. This web site describes the available services, policies, and
procedures.

Textbooks
http://whywaitforbooks.com
Textbooks may be ordered from the Clemson University Bookstore or any of the other sources available on the Internet.

http://www.dealoz.com
This website searches 100 bookstores and offers a price comparison of textbooks by seller.

VA Educational Benefits
http://www.registrar.clemson.edu/html/veteran.htm
This link provides you with information about the Veterans Administration Education Benefit program at Clemson
University.


Some of the materials used in this course are copyrighted. They are intended for use only by students registered and enrolled
in this course and only for the instructional activities associated with and for the duration of this course. They may not be
retained in another medium or disseminated further. They are provided in compliance with the provisions of the Teach Act.
Students should be reminded to refer to the Use of Copyrighted Materials and “Fair Use Guidelines” policy at
http://www.lib.clemson.edu/copyright/.

Clemson University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866
Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; telephone number 404-679-4501).



                                This syllabus is subject to change/improvement as needed.
                                    The most current version is posted in Blackboard.

								
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