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S21 AHSS1110 S1DE1 Outline

General Elective
Summer 2021
Section(s): S1 DE1
AHSS 1110: Introduction to Psychology: Dynamics
Instructional Support
Instructor Name: Peter Papadogiannis
Instructor Email: peter.papadogiannis@guelphhumber.ca
Program Head: Dr. Matthew Lagrone
Email and Extension: matthew.lagrone@guelphhumber.ca ext. 6231
Academic Advisor: General Elective Course. Please contact appropriate Academic Advisor
within your program area.
Guelph Humber Website: www.guelphhumber.ca
Course Details
Pre-requisites: None
Co-requisites: None
Restrictions: None
Credits: 0.50
Course Website (If applicable): http://www.onlineguelphhumber.ca/
Method of Delivery: Online
Calendar Description
Students are introduced to the discipline of psychology’s basic concepts, theories, research
methods, and practices in four sub-areas—Developmental, Personality, Abnormal, and Social
Psychology. Psychology developed as a social and behavioural science, as well as a profession.
Its research findings are applicable in such contexts as education, early childhood settings, social
work, the justice system, and the work place.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
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1. State the differences (the relative strengths and weaknesses) among the various
methods used in Psychology, such as experimental, quasi-experimental, correlation,
case study, and descriptive for both individuals and group aggregates;
2. Argue that Psychology involves the scientific study of behaviour and mental
processes, filtered through the richness of individual differences and diverse group
and cultural processes, and informed by lessons learned in psychological practice;
3. Discuss from a psychological perspective how humans (and, when appropriate,
animals) know their world, act in their world, and pass from knowledge to action;
4. Recognize and comparatively evaluate the current competing perspectives
representing physiological, experiential, psychodynamic, cognitive, personality,
social, maturational, evolutionary or bio-social, and developmental psychology;
5. List the stages of development that children and adults are thought to pass through in
their lives;
6. Explain why people may behave differently in a group or in the presence of others
than when alone.
7. Describe and understand the etiology, symptomatology, and treatment of the major
clinical disorders;
8. Interpret claims made by psychologists in their research studies about differences
between experimental versus control groups;
9. Recognize instances of psychological phenomena or laws in the world and media
around them;
10. Discriminate, in a sensitive manner, expressions of psychological diversity (e.g.,
gender, cultural and age cohort differences).
Method of Delivery
This course is a fully interactive online course and requires disciplined time management. To
successfully complete this course, it is essential that you begin work as of the first week of the
course and participate regularly throughout the semester. You will be required to access the
course website frequently (at least three times per week). Your ability to participate online
regularly is critical to your success in this course.
Learning Resources
Required Textbook(s)
Title: Psychology Frontiers and Applications
Author: M. Passer, R. Smith, M. Atkinson, J. Mitchel, and D. Muir
Edition: 7th edition
ISBN: 9781260333237
eText ISBN: 9781260332438
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson
You may purchase the textbook(s) at the Humber College Bookstore.
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Course Website
CourseLink (powered by D2L’s Brightspace) is the course website and will act as your
classroom. It is recommended that you log in to your course website every day to check for
announcements, access course materials, and review the weekly schedule and assignment
For this course, you may be required to access electronic resources through the University of
Guelph McLaughlin Library Course Reserve (Ares) system. To access these items, select Ares
on the navbar in CourseLink. Note that you will need your Central Login ID and password in
order to access items on reserve.
For further instructions on accessing reserve resources, visit How to Get Course Reserve
If at any point during the course you have difficulty accessing reserve materials, please contact
the e-Learning Operations and Reserve Services staff at:
Tel: 519-824-4120 ext. 53621
Email: libres2@uoguelph.ca
Location: McLaughlin Library, First Floor, University of Guelph
Teaching and Learning Activities
Method of Learning
This course will be conducted online with peer discussion and individual as well as group
learning activities. This method of delivery differs from traditional courses in that it requires
disciplined time management, more structure and pacing. To successfully complete this course, it
is essential that students begin work as of the first week of the course and participate regularly
throughout the term. Students will be required to access the course website frequently (at least
three times per week).
Course Structure
This course is organized into the following six (6) units:
Unit 01: Introduction to Psychology
Unit 02: Research and Ethics
Unit 03: Human Development and Personality
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Unit 04: Social Psychology
Unit 05: Psychological Disorders
Unit 06: Treatment
What to Expect for Each Lesson
Each unit of the course is divided into unit sections. There will be sections called: Introduction,
Learning Outcomes, Topics, Putting Knowledge into Practice, and Summary. Work your way
through the units keeping in mind the dates in the Schedule which is found in this outline. Read
the professor’s commentary, complete the readings, do the learning activities, and utilize your
Critical Thinking Learning Journal. There will also be focused discussions for you to participate
in. The Putting Knowledge into Practice will apply the concepts to real-world examples.
Course Schedule
It is strongly recommended that you follow the course schedule provided below. The schedule
outlines what you should be working on each week of the course and lists the important due
dates for the assessments. By following the schedule, you will be better prepared to complete the
assessments and succeed in this course.
Unit 01: Introduction to Psychology
Week 1 – Monday, May 10 to Sunday, May 16
• CourseLink Website: Unit 01
• Textbook: Chapter 1
• Familiarize yourself with the course website by selecting Start Here on the navbar.
• Review Outline and Assessments on the course website to learn about course
expectations, assessments, and due dates.
• Introduce yourself to your classmates and the instructor in the Discussions, accessed via
the Tools menu on the navbar.
• Confirm your access to the course reserve materials by selecting Ares on the navbar.
• Complete the Practice Test using Respondus through the Quizzes tool.
• Graded Discussion 1
Opens: Monday May 10 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, May 16 at 11:59 pm ET
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Make your initial post before Wednesday, May 12 at 11:59 pm ET
• Quiz 1
Opens: Monday May 10 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, May 16 at 11:59 pm ET
Submission view with correct answers available starting Monday, May 17 at 9:00 am
until Wednesday, May 19 at noon.
Unit 02: Research and Ethics
Week 2 – Monday, May 17 to Sunday, May 23
• CourseLink Website: Unit 02
• Textbook: Chapter 2
• Graded Discussion 2
Opens: Monday May 17 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, May 23 at 11:59 pm ET
Make your initial post before Wednesday, May 19 at 11:59 pm ET
• Quiz 2
Opens: Monday May 17 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, May 23 at 11:59 pm ET
Submission view with correct answers available starting Tuesday, May 25 at 9:00 am
until Thursday, May 27 at noon.
Unit 03: Human Development and Personality
Week 3 – Tuesday, May 25 to Sunday, May 30
• CourseLink Website: Unit 03
• Textbook: Chapter 12
• Graded Discussion 3
Opens: Tuesday, May 25 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, May 30 at 11:59 pm ET
Make your initial post before Thursday, May 27 at 11:59 pm ET
Unit 04: Social Psychology
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Week 4 – Monday, May 31 to Sunday, June 6
• CourseLink Website: Unit 04
• Textbook: Chapter 13
• Quiz 3
Opens: Monday May 31 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, June 6 at 11:59 pm ET
Submission view with correct answers available starting Monday, June 7 at 9:00 am
until Wednesday, June 9 at noon.
Unit 05: Psychological Disorders
Week 5 – Monday, June 7 to Sunday, June 13
• CourseLink Website: Unit 05
• Textbook: Chapter 16
• Graded Discussion 4
Opens: Monday, June 7 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, June 13 at 11:59 pm ET
Make your initial post before Wednesday, June 9 at 11:59 pm ET
• Quiz 4
Opens: Monday, June 7 at 9:00 am ET
Closes: Sunday, June 13 at 11:59 pm ET
Submission view with correct answers available starting Monday, June 14 at 9:00 am
until Wednesday, June 16 at noon.
Unit 06: Treatment
Week 6 – Monday, June 14 to Monday, June 21
• CourseLink Website: Unit 06
• Textbook: Chapter 17
• Graded Discussion 5
Opens: Monday, June 14 at 9:00 am ET
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Closes: Monday, June 21at 11:59 pm ET
Make your initial post before Wednesday, June 10 at 11:59 pm ET
• Final Assignment
Due: Monday, June 21 at 11:59 pm ET
Assessments and Due Dates
Students will be evaluated in this course through the Assessments listed in the table below.
Table 1: Course Assessments
Weighted Total
(of final grade)
Due Date
Weekly Quizzes
Weeks 1, 2, 4, and 5
Graded Discussions
Sundays of Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6
Final Assignment
Sunday of Week 6
Online Final Exam
Final Examination Period
Assessment Details
Weekly Quizzes
During the course you will be responsible for completing 4 online quizzes. Each quiz will consist
of 10 multiple choice questions. You can take a quiz anytime during the week it is offered;
however, you will only have one chance to answer the questions. Questions will be presented to
you one at a time and once a question is answered you will not be able to go back, so ensure that
you are satisfied with your response before moving forward. Answers to the questions will be
revealed to you on the Monday after each quiz closes.
Graded Discussions
During the course you will be responsible for contributing to 5 graded online discussions. You
will be randomly assigned to a discussion group during Week 1 and will work with your group
members during these online discussions. The discussion assignments are designed to help you
in developing your critical thinking skills, as well as giving you opportunities to use research to
support your ideas to our various topics in psychology.
For Graded Discussions 1, 4, and 6, you will be required to make a minimum of 2 quality posts
per weekly assignment (i.e., your own original post, as well as at least one reply/exchange with
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one of your group members). You will be marked on your original postings, as well as on the
replies and exchanges with your fellow group members.
For Graded Discussions 2 and 3, you will be working together with your group members to
create one overall group assignment post. Thus, the group will need to communicate with each
other from the beginning of the week in order to accomplish the submission together by the end
of the week. Each group member that participates in assignment 2 and 3 will receive the same
grade (i.e., out of 5%).
Final Assignment
For the final research assignment, you will be asked to show your level of competence as a group
in understanding psychological disorders and treatment. As this is a group assignment, and as
you will each share the same mark, it is important that the group works as a team and shares
responsibilities equally among all group members.
You will be provided with a case study and will be asked to research and discuss content in 3
separate areas:
1. Diagnostic Features/Differential Diagnosis;
2. Cultural/Gender and Social/Environmental Factors; and
3. Paradigm & Treatment Methods.
You will also be asked to write an introduction and conclusion for the assignment.
The assignment must be no more than 5-6 double spaced typed pages (12-point font) excluding
the title page and references. You must have at least 3 scholarly, peer reviewed, journal
references in your research assignment (e.g., American Psychologist, Psychological Bulletin).
They must be current (i.e., within the past 10 years). The assignment must be in APA style.
Online Final Exam
All final exams are 2 hours in length and will be scheduled by Registrarial Services. To find out
when your final exam is scheduled, visit Final Exam Information on the University of GuelphHumber website. Select Content on the navbar to locate Assessments in the table of contents
panel to review further details of the final exam.
This course requires the use of Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor (webcam) to proctor
your online final exam within CourseLink. Use of Lockdown Browser with a webcam has been
implemented to maintain the academic integrity of the final exam. You must download and
install LockDown Browser and Monitor to complete the practice test and final exam. While
writing the practice test and final exam, you must show your University of Guelph-Humber
student ID card during the Respondus Startup Sequence.
Similar to a sit-down exam where you must arrive prior to the start of the exam, it is highly
recommended that you enter the online exam environment in Respondus at least 20-30 minutes
before the end of the available window to allow enough time for you to complete the Respondus
Startup Sequence and ensure that you have the full two hours for the exam.
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Please be sure to review the Using Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor instructions by
selecting Content on the navbar to locate Assessments in the table of contents panel.
Important Note: There is a mandatory practice test that you are required to take before the
online exam. The purpose of the practice test is to ensure that Respondus LockDown Browser
and Monitor is set up properly and that you are comfortable using the software.
If you have any questions regarding the use of Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor or
if you encounter any technical issues during the practice test or final exam, please contact
CourseLink Support at courselink@uoguelph.ca or 519-824-4120 ext. 56939.
Course Technology Requirements and Technical Support
CourseLink System Requirements
You are responsible for ensuring that your computer system meets the necessary system
requirements. Use the browser check tool to ensure your browser settings are compatible and up
to date. (Results will be displayed in a new browser window).
Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor Requirements
Respondus LockDown Browser is a locked browser for taking quizzes in CourseLink. It prevents
you from printing and copying; using other operating software; using search engines (e.g., going
to another URL); communicating via instant messaging; and it blocks non-web-related software
(e.g., Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word).
Respondus Monitor is a companion application for LockDown Browser that uses webcam and
video technology to ensure academic integrity during online exams. The software captures video
during the exam and allows the instructor to review the video once the exam is completed.
In order to use Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor, you must meet the following
technical requirements so that you can take the practice test and final exam:
1. Operating Systems: Windows 10, 8, 7; Mac OS X 10.10 or higher.
2. Memory: Windows 75 MB Hard Drive space; Mac 120 MB Hard Drive space.
3. For Mac users: Safari must function properly on the computer.
4. Mac users must have Adobe Flash Player installed to Safari, even if a different browser is
normally used.
5. Functioning webcam and microphone. The webcam and microphone can be built into
your computer or can be the type that plugs in with a USB cable. (You will be required to
do an environment scan of your room, so please ensure you can move your computer,
laptop or webcam for this scan.)
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6. A broadband Internet connection. It is recommended that you access the Internet via a
wired connection.
If you have any concerns about meeting system requirements, contact CourseLink Support. They
will work with you to find alternative solutions or make alternative arrangements.
Technical Skills
As part of your online experience, you are expected to use a variety of technology as part of your
Manage files and folders on your computer (e.g., save, name, copy, backup, rename,
delete, and check properties);
Install software, security, and virus protection;
Use office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or similar) to create documents;
Be comfortable uploading and downloading saved files;
Communicate using email (e.g., create, receive, reply, print, send, and download
Navigate the CourseLink learning environment (the instructions for this are given in your
Communicate using a discussion board (e.g., read, search, post, reply, follow threads) in
the CourseLink website;
Upload assignments using the Dropbox tool in the CourseLink website;
Access, navigate, and search the Internet using a web browser (e.g., Firefox, Chrome);
Perform online research using various search engines (e.g., Google) and library
Technical Support
If you need any assistance with the software tools or the CourseLink website, contact
CourseLink Support.
CourseLink Support
University of Guelph
Day Hall, Room 211
Email: courselink@uoguelph.ca
Tel: 519-824-4120 ext. 56939
Toll-Free (CAN/USA): 1-866-275-1478
Walk-In Hours (Eastern Time):
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Monday thru Friday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Phone/Email Hours (Eastern Time):
Monday thru Friday: 8:30 am–8:30 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am–4:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm–6:00 pm
Course Specific Standard Statements
Communicating with Your Instructor
During the course, your instructor will interact with you on various course matters on the course
website using the following ways of communication:
Announcements: The instructor will use Announcements on the Course Home page to
provide you with course reminders and updates. Please check this section frequently for
course updates from your instructor.
Ask Your Instructor Discussion: Use this discussion forum to ask questions of your
instructor about content or course-related issues with which you are unfamiliar. If you
encounter difficulties, the instructor is here to help you. Please post general courserelated questions to the discussion forum so that all students have an opportunity to
review the response. To access this discussion forum, select Discussions from the Tools
dropdown menu.
Email: If you have a conflict that prevents you from completing course requirements, or
have a question concerning a personal matter, you can send your instructor a private
message by email. The instructor will respond to your email within 48 to 72 hours.
Netiquette Expectations
For distance education courses, the course website is considered the classroom and the same
protections, expectations, guidelines, and regulations used in face-to-face settings apply, plus
other policies and considerations that come into play specifically because these courses are
Inappropriate online behaviour will not be tolerated. Examples of inappropriate online behaviour
Posting inflammatory messages about your instructor or fellow students;
Using obscene or offensive language online;
Copying or presenting someone else's work as your own;
Adapting information from the Internet without using proper citations or references;
Buying or selling term papers or assignments;
Posting or selling course materials to course notes websites;
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Having someone else complete your quiz or completing a quiz for/with another student;
Stating false claims about lost quiz answers or other assignment submissions;
Threatening or harassing a student or instructor online;
Discriminating against fellow students, instructors, and/or TAs;
Using the course website to promote profit-driven products or services;
Attempting to compromise the security or functionality of the learning management
Sharing your username and password: and
Recording lectures without the permission of the instructor.
Obtaining Grades and Feedback
Unofficial assessment marks will be available in the Grades tool of the course website.
Your instructor will have grades posted online within 2 weeks of the submission deadline, if the
assignment was submitted on time. Once your assignments are marked you can view your grades
on the course website by selecting Grades from the Tools dropdown menu on the navbar. Your
course will remain open to you for seven days following the last day of the final exam period.
Students can access their final grade by logging into WebAdvisor (using your central ID).
Rights and Responsibilities When Learning Online
The course website is considered the classroom and the same protections, expectations,
guidelines, and regulations used in face-to-face settings apply, plus other policies and
considerations that come into play specifically because these courses are online.
For more information on your rights and responsibilities when learning in the online
environment, visit Rights and Responsibilities.
Respondus Policy Violation Consequences
If your video is flagged, your instructor will review it. If this review indicates a suspected case of
academic misconduct, your instructor will initiate the procedures for such cases and you may be
subject to the penalties as outlined in the University’s Academic Misconduct Policy
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University of Guelph-Humber Academic Regulations and Policies
Academic Integrity / Academic Honesty
Academic misconduct is behaviour that erodes the basis of mutual trust on which scholarly
exchanges commonly rest, undermines the University's exercise of its responsibility to evaluate
students' academic achievements, or restricts the University's ability to accomplish its learning
The University takes a serious view of academic misconduct and will severely penalize students,
faculty and staff who are found guilty of offences associated with misappropriation of others'
work, misrepresentation of personal performance and fraud, improper access to scholarly
resources, and obstructing others in pursuit of their academic endeavours. In addition to this
policy, the University has adopted a number of policies that govern such offences, including the
policies on Misconduct in Research and Scholarship and the Student Rights and Responsibilities
regulations. These policies will be strictly enforced.
It is the responsibility of the University, its faculty, students and staff to be aware of what
constitutes academic misconduct and to do as much as possible through establishment and use of
policies and preventive procedures to limit the likelihood of offences occurring. Furthermore,
individual members of the University community have the specific responsibility of initiating
appropriate action in all instances where academic misconduct is believed to have taken place.
This responsibility includes reporting such offences when they occur and making one's
disapproval of such behaviour obvious.
University of Guelph-Humber students have the responsibility of abiding by the University's
policy on academic misconduct regardless of their location of study; faculty, staff and students
have the responsibility of supporting an environment that discourages misconduct. Students
should also be aware that if they find their academic performance affected by medical,
psychological or compassionate circumstances, they should inform the appropriate individuals,
(instructors, Academic Advisor) and follow the available procedures for academic consideration
outlined in the University's calendar.
Students are encouraged to review the Academic Misconduct policy, as stated within the
University of Guelph-Humber Undergraduate Calendar.
The University of Guelph-Humber is committed to creating a barrier-free environment.
Providing services for students is a shared responsibility among students, faculty and
administrators. This relationship is based on respect of individual rights, the dignity of the
individual and the University community's shared commitment to an open and supportive
learning environment.
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Students requiring service or accommodation, whether due to an identified, ongoing disability or
a short-term disability should contact Accessibility Services as soon as possible. For more
information, contact the Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre at Humber College.
Grading Procedures
Feedback to students on work completed or in progress is an integral part of teaching and
learning in that it allows students to measure their understanding of material and their progress
on learning objectives. Feedback often goes beyond grading-an indication of the standard
achieved-to include comments on the particular strengths and weaknesses of a student's
performance. While the nature and frequency of such feedback will vary with the course, the
University of Guelph is committed to providing students with appropriate and timely feedback
on their work. Instructors must provide meaningful and constructive feedback, at minimum
20% of the final course grade, prior to the 40th class day. For courses which are of shorter
duration, 20% of the final grade must be provided two-thirds of the way through the
course. This may include but is not exclusive to returning papers, assignments, in-class or
laboratory quizzes, laboratory reports, or mid-term examinations prior to the 40th class day. In
research and independent study courses, instructors must provide students with a realistic idea of
their performance by discussing progress directly with the student and, if necessary, identify
specific areas for improvement. This may include the assessment of a research plan, literature
review, annotated bibliography, oral presentation or other assessment tools.
When You Cannot Meet Course Requirements
When you find yourself unable to meet an in-course requirement due to illness or compassionate
reasons, please advise your course instructor (or designated person such as a teaching assistant)
in writing, with your name, ID number and email contact.
Review the University of Guelph-Humber Calendar for information on regulations and
procedures for Academic Consideration.
Missed Final Exams / Deferred Privileges
When students do not write a required final examination, complete a final assignment, or
complete a work term report prior to the last class date, they must request Academic
Consideration to be considered for a deferred privilege. When granted, a deferred privilege
allows a student the opportunity to complete the final course requirements after the end of the
semester, but during established timelines.
Please note that faculty members do not grant deferred privileges. Faculty can only grant
academic consideration for work that is due during the semester and cannot grant extensions
beyond their deadline for submission of final grades.
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The nature of the deferred privilege may take the form of either a deferred condition or a
deferred examination. The Admissions and Academic Review Sub-Committee grants deferred
privileges on the basis of medical, psychological or compassionate consideration. Please see
your Admission and Program advisor for details.
It is the student’s responsibility to be familiar with the institution’s policies and Academic
Regulations, which can be found on the University of Guelph-Humber website.
Plagiarism Detection Software
NOTE: The University of Guelph-Humber Undergraduate Calendar states:
“Students need to remain aware that instructors have access to and the right to use electronic
and other means of detection.”
Accordingly, instructors may decide to use originality checking services, such as Turnitin.com,
and invigilation software to ensure that submitted work conforms to the university’s Academic
Misconduct policy. The instructor will notify students of such requirements in advance. More
information on Academic Misconduct is included below in this outline.
All content within this course is copyright protected. Third party copyrighted materials (such as
book chapters and articles) have either been licensed for use in this course, or have been copied
under an exception or limitation in Canadian Copyright law.
The fair dealing exemption in Canada's Copyright Act permits students to reproduce short
excerpts from copyright-protected materials for purposes such as research, education, private
study, criticism and review, with proper attribution. Any other copying, communicating, or
distribution of any content provided in this course, except as permitted by law, may be an
infringement of copyright if done without proper license or the consent of the copyright owner.
Examples of infringing uses of copyrighted works would include uploading materials to a
commercial third party web site, or making paper or electronic reproductions of all, or a
substantial part, of works such as textbooks for commercial purposes.
Students who upload to CourseLink copyrighted materials such as book chapters, journal
articles, or materials taken from the Internet, must ensure that they comply with Canadian
Copyright law or with the terms of the University’s electronic resource licenses.
For more information about students’ rights and obligations with respect to copyrighted works,
review Fair Dealing Guidance for Students.
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Recording of Materials
Presentations which are made in relation to course work—including lectures—cannot be
recorded or copied without the permission of the presenter, whether the instructor, a classmate or
guest lecturer. Material recorded with permission is restricted to use for that course unless further
permission is granted.
COVID-19 Disclaimer
Please note that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may necessitate a revision of the format of
course offerings and academic schedules. Any such changes will be announced via CourseLink
and/or class email. All University-wide decisions will be posted on the University’s COVID-19
website and circulated by email. The University will not require verification of illness (doctor's
notes) for the Summer 2021semester.
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