Equal Access for Students with Disabilities

Your success in this class is important to me, and it is the policy and practice of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to create inclusive learning environments consistent with federal and state law. If you have a documented disability (or need to have a disability documented), and need an accommodation, please contact me privately as soon as possible, so that we can discuss with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) how to meet your specific needs and the requirements of the course. The DRC offers resources and coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations are established through an interactive process among you, your instructor(s) and the DRC. Thus, if you have a disability, please contact me and/or the DRC, at 501-569-3143 (V/TTY) or 501-683-7629 (VP). For more information, please visit the DRC website at www.ualr.edu/disability.

Nondiscrimination

UALR adheres to a policy that enables all individuals, regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, veterans status, or disability to work and study in an environment unfettered by discriminatory behavior or acts. Harassment of an individual or group will not be condoned and any person – student, faculty, or staff member – who violates this policy will be subject to disciplinary action.

Academic dishonesty

Students will adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards. All work submitted will be the result of each students own effort only. Cheating will be penalized to the maximum allowed by the University policy which may include a final course grade of “F” and referral to the Dean of Students for disciplinary action. Additionally, you are responsible for the security of your work and will be held liable if others use your work or materials to cheat, or if you inappropriately hand in work for others.

UALR's Academic Integrity and Grievance Policy is described in pages 81-87 of the UALR Student Handbook. Academic offenses as described on pages 85-86 of the Handbook may result in a recommendation of a failing grade in the course and referral to the Dean of Students for further disciplinary action.

Academic Offenses

Definition of Academic Offenses

The following list of offenses, which is by no means all-inclusive, identifies categories that are subject to grade penalty and disciplinary action.

Cheating on an examination or quiz

To give, receive, offer, or solicit information on any quiz or examination. This includes the following classes of dishonesty:

Plagiarism

To adopt and reproduce as one's own, to appropriate to one's own use and incorporate in one's own work without acknowledgement, the ideas or passages from the writings and works of others.

Collusion

To obtain from another party, without specific approval in advance by the professor, assistance in the production of work offered for credit to the extent that the work reflects the ideas or skills of the party consulted rather than those of the person in whose name the work is submitted.

Duplicity

To offer for credit identical or substantially unchanged work in two or more courses without specific advance approval of the professor(s) involved.

Copyright Statement

The content in this course, and any third party content contributors (e.g., publishers, etc.) is copyrighted. This course content is available to you during the semester in which you are enrolled in the course. You may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, or distribute, in any manner, the material in this course, including text, graphics, audio, video, code and/or software without the expressed written permission from the copyright holder.