Evaluation and grading of written work is detailed on the Writing Criteria page.
Final grades for CMS 4610 will be determined using the weighted average presented in Table 1. In borderline cases (e.g. an 89 average), class participation will be the deciding factor.
|TABLE 1: Percentages of Final Grade for CMS 4610|
|Twitter posts||10 %|
|YouTube video script||10 %|
|YouTube video posting||15 %|
|Final Exam||15 %|
|Table 2: Grading Percentages|
|F||below 60 percent|
All assignments must be submitted in the assigned format at the beginning of class on the scheduled due date. All written assignments must conform to the style guidelines published by the MLA. These guidelines are presented in any college-level writer’s handbook.
Copies and Completeness
Please note: Success in this class includes demonstrating your ability to use electronic technologies to accomplish professional tasks. Any variation of “The computer ate my homework” will not be acceptable.
Students must keep a copy of each out-of-class assignment until the original is returned. I strongly recommend making both paper copies and multiple backups of electronic files. (Keep backup files on a flash drive in addition to those on your computer’s hard drive.)
All major projects must be completed for a grade in order to earn a final grade other than F.
Plagiarism and Academic Misconduct
Plagiarism and other forms of academic misconduct will not be tolerated. Information about the penalties for academic misconduct is presented in the General Class Policies.