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1 Sociology101 IntroductiontoSociologyU3Pace) Spring2016 Instructor:JenniferJordan OfficeHours:Tuesday2:30=4:30 Office:Bolton760 Phone:229=5074,229=4388 TeachingAssistants: READTHISENTIRESYLLABUSCLOSELY ITWILLANSWERMANY,ANDPERHAPSALL,OFYOUR QUESTIONSABOUTTHECOURSE WelcometoSociology101,IntroductiontoSociologyU=Pace).Thisisacourseinwhichyou progressthroughandmasterthematerialatyourownpaceuntilyougetthegradeyoudesire. Whenstudentsfollowthemodelschedulecompletingtwoquizzeseveryweek),theyfinishthe courseandearnan A beforetheendofthesemester,allowingthemtoconcentrateondoing wellintheirothercourses.however,youcangoasfastasyouwantandfinishthecourseeven earlier.thatsaid,thiscoursecanbeverychallengingforstudentswhohavetroublebudgeting theirtime,andwhowaituntiltoolateinthesemestertobegintakingquizzes.besurethisformat isrightforyou Bysigningupforanon=linecourse,youtakeontheresponsibilityofmakingsureyouhave regularaccesstoadequate,reliabletechnologytocompleteallcourserequirements.yourta andiwilltrytohelpasbestwecan,butyouneedtomakesurethatyourhomeorofficeor campuscomputersareappropriateforyourneedsandarenotgoingtofailatkeytimes. Computerirregularityisnotanexcusefornotcompletingcourseassignments.Ifyouhaveany questionsabouttheserequirements,callorstopbytheuwmhelpdeskphonenumberis229= 4040). Inaddition,notethat,becausethisisanentirelyonlineclass, isthebestwaytocontact theprofessorandyourtas.in=personmeetingsincludingprof.jordan sregularlyscheduled officehours)andphonecallsarealsoapossibility,but isalwaysthebestplacetofindus. Pleaseallow24=48hoursforaresponsetoyour rememberthatyourtasarealso students,withtheirownacademicworktodo. HowDoU=PaceCoursesWork? U=Pacecoursescombinesweb=basedinstructionontheD2Lcoursesite)withtheopportunity forone=on=onehelp.thiscoursegivesyouasmuchhelpasyouneedandtheflexibilitytowork atthetimesbestforyoueachweek.toprovidehelp,weneedtobeabletoreachyouby . PleasereadyourUWM regularlyatleastonceperweek). Inaconventionallytaughtclass,youwouldberesponsibleforstudying12=15chaptersand takingfourlargeexams.inthiscourseyouwillcoverthesameamountofmaterial,butyou 1

2 willberesponsibleforlearningitinsmallmodulesandfordemonstratingmasteryofeach modulebysuccessfullycompletingaquiz.inthiscoursethereareatotalof23quizzes. Eachquizconsistsof10multiple=choicequestions.Youcanretakequizzesanunlimited numberoftimeswithoutpenalty.theretakeswillalsoconsistof10multiple=choice questions,buttheywillnotbethesamequestions.whenyouachieve9outof10correct onaquiz,youmayprogresstothenextquizormodule.whetheryouearn9outof10 corrector10outof10correctdoesnotmatterforyourgrade.yourgradewillonlyreflect thenumberofquizzesyoupassedwithatleast9outof10correct.youmustalsowait onehourbeforeretakingthequizhereishowtodoublecheckyourtime: =OntheD2Lcoursepage,clickonthe Quizzes tab. =Findthequizyoureworkingon,andclickonthesmallarrownexttothatquiz. =Select Submissions. Thenselectyourlatestattempttoseewhenyou finishedittheentiredateandtimewillbelisted),toseewhenyou canstartthenextquiz. IncompleteswillNOTbegivenforfailuretosuccessfullycompletequizzes.Soplease followthemodelschedulecompleting2quizzes,ormoreifyoulike,everyweekuntilyou getthegradeyoudesire.itisrecommendedthatyousetasideaminimumof9hourseach weektostudythematerial.thetimeyouwouldhavespentinclassisfreeduptostudy,and helpwiththematerialisavailabletoyouby ,phone,orface=to=facefromyour instructororteachingassistant.however,manystudentsfindthatittakesgreatertimeand efforttosucceedintheonlinecoursethanintheconventionallytaughtcourse.donot waituntillaterinthesemestertobeginworkonthecoursematerial.themoreyouget doneearlyinthesemester,thehappieryouwillbe.weroutinelyhavestudentswaittoo long,andpanicattheendofthesemesterwhenthereissimplynotenoughtimelefttotake enoughquizzestopassthecourse.pleasedon tbethatstudent planaccordingly ImportantDatespleaseconsulttheregistrar sofficetobesure):february5:lastdayto addfull=termclasses,changesections,orchangethegradingbasisforclassese.g.,graded tocredit/nocreditoraudit,orviceversa)withoutapproval.seetheonestopstudent Serviceswebsiteformoreinformation.February19:Lastdaytodropfull=termcourses withouta"w"onrecord.tuitionandfeesapply.march25:lastdaytodroporwithdraw fromfull=termcourses.tuitionandfeesapply.may20 11:00PMCentralTime), DEADLINEFORCOMPLETINGQUIZZES. CourseDescriptionandLearningGoals: Sociologyseekstounderstandhowhumanbehaviorandbeliefareshapedbythesocial arrangementsunderwhichwelive.thepurposeofthiscourseistointroducethebasicconceptsand theoriesofsociologyandtoillustratetheusefulnessofthoseideasforunderstandingthesocial world.itismyhopethatthecoursewillchallengeyoutothinkcriticallyaboutexistingsocial arrangementsandtheireffectuponyourlifeaswellasthelivesofothers.thecourseisdesignedto 2

3 meetthegeneraleducationrequirementinthesocialsciencesandcountstowardthefulfillmentof thatrequirement. Sociology101meetsUWMGeneralEducationRequirementsGER)becauseitinvolves: studyofintrapersonal,interpersonaland/orsocial=culturalfactorsassociatedwithindividual behavior,collectiveaction,orsocietaldevelopment. studyofhumancollectivities,organization,institutions,andcultures,theirinfrastructuresand interrelationships. studyofcapacitiesforand/ortechniquesofbehavioradoptionandchange. studyofmethodologiesdesignedforconductinginquiryintohumanbehavior,collective action,societiesorcultures. studyofalternativetheoreticalframeworkswhichattempttoexplainsocialphenomena. LearningGoals: tounderstandtheconceptsandtheoriesofsociologythatshapeourunderstandingofhuman behaviorandbelief. tounderstandthevarioussociologicalmethodsusedtoanalyzesocietiesandsocialaction. tobeabletousetheconceptsandtheoriesofsociologytoexaminefamiliaraspectsofsocial lifeandtosuggestappropriatemethodologiesforsystematicstudyofsuchphenomena. toknowbasicfactsaboutthesocialworld,includingbutnotlimitedto:demographic characteristicsoftheunitedstatesandworld;levelsandtrendsofsocialinequalitybyclass, gender,race,andethnicity;howsocialinstitutions,suchaseducationalorpoliticalsystems, canbothfosterandinhibitthegrowthofsocialinequality. TextbookandCourseMaterials: Therequiredtextbookis:EssentialsofSociology,Giddensetal.,5 th edition,norton.onlythe 5 th editionwillworkforthiscourse earliereditionswillnotcontainallofthenecessary informationforthequizzes. AdditionalrequiredreadingsandvideoswillbepostedonD2L,alongwithPowerPoint presentations,generallyoneforeachchapter.d2listheheartofthecoursebecausethatis whereyougototakethequizzes,toaccesscoursematerialsotherthanthetextbook,andto monitoryourprogressinthecourse.bysigningupforanon=linecourse,youassume responsibilityformakingsurethatyouhaveregularaccesstothecoursewebsite.home computerfailuresandinadequatesoftwarearenotanexcuseforfailuretocompletethecourse assignments.whetheryouhaveapcoramaccomputer,werecommendthatyouusefirefoxas yourwebbrowser.ifyouencounteranyproblemsaccessingd2l,callorstopbytheuwmhelp DeskinBolton225,phone229=4040. Thegradingscaleis: A 23quizzes A= 22quizzes B+ 21quizzes B 20quizzes 3

4 B= 19quizzes C+ 18quizzes C 17quizzes C= 16quizzes D+ 15quizzes D 14quizzes D= 13quizzes F fewerthan13quizzes ModelSchedule: Thedeadlineforcompletingquizzesis11:00PMCentralTime),Friday,May20.Tomeetthis deadline,youshouldcompletetwoquizzesperweekafterthefirstweekofclass,followingthe schedulebelow.inadditiontothechaptersinthegiddenstextbook,youwillbetestedonthe articlesandvideoswhicharepostedond2l.notethatifyoufollowthismodelschedulewhich IHIGHLYrecommend)youwillfinishthecoursewithanAwellbeforeyouhavetostart worryingaboutfinalsinyourothercoursesinfact,ifyoufollowthissimplescheduleoftwo quizzesperweek,youwillfinishthecoursewithanainapril MODELSCHEDULE Week11/25to1/31) Sociology:TheoryandMethod Read:Giddens,Chap.1 ReadChapter1OnlineLecture TakeQuiz1andQuiz2 Week22/1to2/7) CultureandSociety/Socialization,theLifeCourse,andAging Read:Giddens,Chap.2 ReadChapter2OnlineLecture *Watch SociologyinPractice:TheAmishandUs TakeQuiz3 ReadGiddens,Chap.3 ReadChapter3OnlineLecture *Read StagesinSocialization *Read GrowingUpIsHardertoDo TakeQuiz4 Week32/8to2/14) Socializationcont d)&groups,networks,andorganizations Read:Giddens,Chap.3review) TakeQuiz5 ReadGiddensChap.5 ReadChapter5OnlineLecture *WatchAschvideo TakeQuiz6 4

5 5 Week42/15to2/21) Conformity,Deviance,andCrime Read:Giddens,Chap.6 ReadChapter6OnlineLecture *WatchDevilsPlayground *WatchIncarcerationNation TakeQuiz7andQuiz8 Week52/22to2/28) StratificationandClassInequality Read:Giddens,Chap.7 ReadChapter7OnlineLecture *Read ThePoliticsofInheritedAdvantage *WatchSociologyinPractice TheAmericanRulingClassPart2 TakeQuiz9andQuiz10 Week62/29LeapYear)to3/6) StratificationandGlobalInequality Read:Giddens,Chap.7review) TakeQuiz11 ReadGiddensChap.8 ReadChapter8OnlineLecture *WatchSociologyinPractice ChainofLove TakeQuiz12 Week73/7to3/13) GenderInequality Read:Giddens,Chap.9 ReadChapter9OnlineLecture TakeQuiz13andQuiz14 SPRINGBREAK3/14to3/20Agoodtimetoeithertakeabreak,ORcatchup,ORgetahead) Week83/21to3/27) RaceandEthnicity Read:Giddens,Chap.10 ReadChapter10OnlineLecture *ReadRaceatWork *WatchBrownEyesandBlueEyes *WatchTrueColors TakeQuizzes15and16 Week93/28to4/3) FamilyandEducation Read:Giddens,Chap.11 ReadChapter11OnlineLecture *ReadTheRoleofFamilyinSocialChange *WatchHookupCulture *WatchCollegeTrack TakeQuiz17 Read:GiddensChap.12,pp.356=372

6 ReadfirsthalfofChapter12OnlineLectureEducation) TakeQuiz18 Week104/4to4/10) ReligionandPolitics Read:Giddens,Chap.12,pp.373=391 ReadsecondhalfofChapter12OnlineLectureReligion) TakeQuiz19 Read:Giddens,Chap.13 ReadChapter13OnlineLecture TakeQuiz20 Weeks114/11to4/17) UrbanizationandPopulation Read:Giddens,Chap.15 ReadChapter15OnlineLecture *WatchMenomoneeValleyPartners TakeQuiz21andQuiz22 Week12=134/18to4/24) Globalization Read:Giddens,Chap.16 ReadChapter16OnlineLecture TakeQuiz23 andcongratulateyourselfonbeingdonewiththecourse,andearningana, wellbeforetheendofthesemester Remember:QuizzesShutDownonFriday,May20,11:00PMCentralTime) FrequentlyAskedQuestionsFAQs): ShouldItakeUNPaceSociology101ortheconventionallyNtaughtversionofSociology101? Thereareprosandconstothisformat.Somestudentsloveit,whileotherstudentsstruggle withtheflexibilityofthecourse.u=pacesociology101coversthesametypeofmaterialas theconventionallytaughtface=to=facecourseandcountsassociology101.byusing technology,itallowsyoutocontrolthepaceofyourlearning,andstudentsreportthatthis reducesthestressfulnessoftakingexams.itallowsstudentstospendgreatertimeon difficulttopicsandhelpsthemmanagemultipleresponsibilitiesincludingworkschedules, familyobligations,anddoingwellinothercourses).moreover,studentsfeelsupportedin theirlearningbecausetheyareactivelyencouragedeverystepofthewaybytheirprofessor andteachingassistant.however,youmustdemonstratethatyouhavemasteredthe materialineachmodulebygettingascoreof9or10oneachquiz.manystudentsfindthatit ismoredifficulttosucceedintheonlinecoursethanintheconventionally=taughtcourse becauseitrequiresbeingdisciplinedaboutstudyingandtakingquizzesonaregularbasis, andbecauseoftherequirementthatstudentsmasterthematerialenoughtoearna9/10on everyquiz.soagain,besuretocompletethefirstlearningmodulei.e.,quiz1)duringthe drop/addperiodtomakesurethisistherightcourseforyousee TipsforSuccess atend ofsyllabus). 6

7 7 HowshouldIstudyinthiscourse? Youshoulddothereadingassignmentsfirstandthenstudytheonlinelectures.Thereading assignmentsarericherandfullerthantheonlinelectures.theonlinelectureshighlight concepts,butdonotincludeeverythingyouneedtoknowforthetwoquizzesyouneedto completeeachweek.studyingtheonlinelecturesaloneisnotenough.similarly,studyingthe readingassignmentaloneisnotenough. Inaddition,theremaybeadditionalreadingsand/orvideosrequiredforeachchapter be suretoreadorviewthesematerialsbeforeattemptingthequiz Eachonlinelecturepresentationpreparesyouforachapter,andyoumustcompleteeach quizgenerallyoneortwoquizzesperchapter)beforeyoucanmoveon.completingaquiz meansthatyoumustscore90%orbetter. HowmuchtimedoIhavetotakeeachquiz? Youhave6minutestocomplete10multiple=choicequestions.Thecomputerscreenwilllet youknowhowmuchtimeyouhaveleft.attheendofthe6minutes,youwillreceivean immediatescore.pleasesubmityourquizzesattheendof6minuteswhetherornotyouhave answeredallthequestions.ifyoudon tsubmitthequiz,itmaybecomehungupandprevent youfromretakingitagaininanhour.ifyouhavearecognizeddisabilitythatrequiresextra timeonquizzes,pleasedropyourvisaformoffasapinanenvelopetomymailboxinthe SociologyDepartmentofficeBolton714),orscanitandsenditby tomeoryour teachingassistant.thequiztimeshavebeenresetformanystudentsrequiringthis accommodation,sopleasedon thesitateorwaittotellus. WhatshouldIdoifthecomputer freezes whileiamtakingaquiz? ItisalwayswisetoSAVEyouranswersasyougo.Ifyourquizfreezes,shutdownthe browserimmediatelywithoutclickingsubmitandimmediatelylogbackinandcontinuethe quizinprogress.ifyourquizfreezesbeforeyouarefinished,youmustlogbackinandsubmit thequizbeforeyoubeginyourhour=longwaitbetweenquizretakesseenextquestion).you mustclicksubmitandthenwaitonehour. HowsooncanIretakeaquiz? YoumustwaitatleastonehourAFTERcompletingaquizbeforeretakingthatquiz.Donot violatetheone3hourwaitforretakesyoumayretakeaquizasmanytimesasyouwish withoutpenaltytoearnthe90%tomoveontothenextquizorcontentarea.however, youmustwaitafull60minutesaftercompletingaquizbeforeattemptingthesamequiz again.theone3hourwaitisfromthetimeafteryousubmittedaquizandachievedascore lessthan90%.useyourwatchoratimeroryourphonetobesureyouhavewaitedafull hour,and/orseeaboveforinstructionsonhowtocheckyourtimeind2l.

8 8 Ifyouviolatetheone=hourwaitforretakes,wewillnotcountthescoreevenifyouachieved the90%orbetter.takingthesamequizmultipletimeswithinanhourconstitutescheating.if youcheat,youmaybegivenapermanent0forthatquizandmaybeaskedtoremove yourselffromthecourseandmoresevereconsequencesforacademicdishonestymaybe pursued. Computerproblemsi.e.,computerfroze,etc.)arenotvalidexcusesforviolatingtheone= hourwaitrule.ifyourquizfreezes,remembertologbackintocontinueandthenclick SUBMITbeforebeginningyouronehourwait.YoumustactuallyclickSUBMITattheendof aquiz,andthenwaitonehourbeforebeginningtheretake. Somestudentshavetotakethequizzesanumberoftimesbeforetheyget9outof10 correct.itisverynormaltohavetotakeaparticularquizmanytimesbeforeachievinga90%== don tpanic,anddefinitelytalktoyourinstructorortaifyouwouldlikeadditionalassistance weareheretohelp Theone=hourwaitisforretakingthesamequiz.Ifyoucompletedaquizwithatleasta90%, youmayimmediatelymoveontothenextquizorcontentareawithoutwaiting. CanIusemybookornotesduringaquizorhavesomeonehelpmewithaquiz? No.Thequizzesaretobecompletedwithoutbooksornotesandwithoutthehelpof anyone.usingyourbookornotesorgettingsomeoneelsetotakethequizforyouorhelp youduringthequizisforbiddenandareclearcasesofacademicdishonesty. Whoismyinstructor?HowcanIgethelpwiththecourse? ThecoursewasdevelopedbyProfessorJenniferJordan,aProfessorinthesociology department,withtheassistanceofdr.tommooreandprofessorsdianereddyandkent Redding.InadditiontoProf.Jordan,youwillhaveateachingassistantassignedtoyouwho willbeavailableforhelp.yourtawillbecloselymonitoringyourprogress.prof.jordanwill overseethecourse,andyoushouldletherknowaboutanyproblemsthatyouencounter. 414)229=5074,orduringherofficehoursonTuesdays2:30=4:30inherofficeinBoltonHall, Room760,orbyappointment. Yourteachingassistantwillbecontactingyoushortlybeforethecoursestarts. DonothesitatetocontactyourTAorProf.Jordan.Ifyouareexperiencingaproblem accessingthematerials,don tunderstandsomething,orhaveanonacademicproblemthat ishamperingyourperformance,pleasecontactus.wewanttohelpyouandwewillget backtoyouassoonaspossible.thisisthefirsttimemanystudentshavetakenanonline course,andmanypeoplemayfinditconfusing.noquestionisa dumb question.weare willingtohelpyouwithanyproblemyoumayhavewiththecourse,nomatterhowsmallor

9 9 large.pleasealwaysconsultthesyllabusfirst,butthendon thesitatetocontactusif anythingneedsclarification,andifyourunintoanychallengeswiththecoursematerial. YoucanalsoreceiveadditionalhelpfromtheUWMPantherAcademicSupportServices PASS).Theyprovidefreein=personoronlinetutoring,supplementalinstruction,review sessions,studygroups,andacademicresources.formoreinformation,pleasevisit upfortutoringeitherinpersonatthestudentsuccesscenterbolton120),oronlineatthe PASSwebsite:http://www4.uwm.edu/pass/ WhatifIneedspecialaccommodations? Thiscoursewasdesignedtoaccommodatestudentswithdisabilities.Manydobetterinthis coursethaninonethatisconventionallytaughtbecausetheycangoattheirownpace.if youhavearecognizeddisabilityundertheada,pleaseprovideprof.jordanwith documentationassoonaspossiblefromthestudentaccessibilitycentermitchellhall112, 229=6287,http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/DSAD/SAC/).YoumaydropyourVISAformoff ASAPinanenvelopeinhismailboxinthemainofficeofSociologyBoltonHall714),orscan itandsenditby toheroryourteachingassistant.wearehappytoprovidewhatever specialaccommodationsthestudentaccessibilitycenterrecommends. OnceIamreadytostart,howdoItakeaquizinmyonlinesociologycourse? Afterdoingthereadingsandstudyingtheonlinelecture,accessD2LfromtheUWM homepageandselectintroductiontosociology Soc101.Thecoursehomepagewilldisplay anycurrentannouncements. Clickon Quizzes intheupperlefthandcornerofthesociology101homepage.thenclick onthequizyouneedtotake.youhavesixminutestocompletethequiz.onceyouare readytotakethequiz,clickon startquiz. Selectthebestanswerforeachquestion.Youmaywanttosaveyouranswersafteryour selectionoryoumayclick saveallresponses atthebottomofthescreenonceyouhave answeredeveryquestion. Afteransweringanddouble=checkingyouranswersclickon gotosubmitquiz. Ifyouhave answeredallthequestionsonthequizthesubsequentscreenwillprompt submitquiz. Ifyou missedaquestiontheprogramwillpromptyouwiththequestionyoumissedwhichyouwill beabletogobackandanswer. Ifyouarereadytosubmitthequizforgrading,clickon SubmitQuiz. Youwillbeprompted withanotherboxremindingyouthatyouareabouttosubmityourquiz.click OK. Youwill thenseeyourgradeonthequiz.ifyourquizshowsupasa latesubmission, donotworry aboutit yourquizwillstillcount.

10 10 Ifyoureceiveda90%orbetter,youmayproceedontothenextquiz.Ifyoudidnotreceive a90%,youwillneedtoretakethequiz. HowdoIviewmygrades? Select Grades onthecoursehomepageind2l.youmayviewthegradesofallthequizzes youhavecompleted.note:intheeventyouattemptthesamequizmultipletimesonlythe highestquizscorewillcount. Whetheryouearn9outof10corrector10outof10correctdoesnotmatter;yourgrade willonlyreflectthenumberofquizzesyoupassedwithatleast9outof10correct.getting 10outof10correctonanyquizdoesnotincreaseyourgrade. WherecanIfindinformationongradeappealsandotherpolicies? Informationonuniversitypoliciesonparticipationbystudentswithdisabilities, accommodationforreligiousobservances,complaintprocedures,gradeappealprocedures, andotherstandingpoliciese.g.,sexualharassment)canbefoundonthiswebpage: TipsforSuccess Carefullyreviewthissyllabusforimportantinformationregardingtheformatandgrading ofthiscourse.thisinformationisnecessarytoknowforsuccessfulcompletion. Studythereadingassignmentinadditiontobutbefore)completingthePowerPoint presentation.readingthetextfirstwillbetterprepareyouforthepowerpointpresentation andwillbettersolidifytheinformationinyourmemory.thiscourseisdesignedtoutilize boththetextandtheonlineresources;therefore,youwillnotbepreparedtotakeaquiz withoutcompletingeverything. ManyofthePowerPointslideshaveimportantnotesassociatedwiththem.Whenviewing theslidesmakesurethatyoucanseethenotes.thenoteswillshowupifyougotothe View tabinpowerpointandselecteitherthe Normal or NotesPage view. DONOTviolatetheone=hourwaitforquizzesYoumayretakeaquizasmanytimesasyou wishtoachievethe90%neededtomoveontothenextquiz.however,youmustwaitafull 60minutesaftersubmittingaquizbeforeattemptingthesamequizagain.Failuretowait theonehourisconsideredcheatingandwillbetreatedassuch.ifyoucompletedaquiz withatleasta90%,youmaymoveontoadifferentquizorcontentareawithoutwaiting.

11 Seekhelponlineorinpersonfromyourteachingassistantifyouarehavingdifficultywitha particularquiz.thebeautyofthiscourseisthatitisonline,butalsoprovidesthepersonal helpyoumayneed.ifaftertakingaquiznumeroustimesyoustillhavenotachievedthe 90%,scheduleameetingwithyourTAtogooverthematerialthatyouaremissing. DONOTgetbehindYes,thisisaself=pacedcourse,butyoushouldbecompletingthe PowerPointpresentationsandthetworelatedquizzesforthechaptersassignedeachweek. Stayontrack.Donotassumethatyouwillbeabletocatchupifyoufalltoofarbehindin thebeginningofthecourse.somestudentsunderestimatehowmuchtimeittakesto masterthematerialandget90%correctoneachquiz.therefore,istronglyrecommend thatyouattempttocompletethefirstmodulesduringthedrop/addperiod,andcertainly beforethedropdeadline,tomakesureyouhavearealisticideaofthetimerequiredto succeedinthecourse.ialsorecommendthatyoudoasmuchasyoucanearlyinthe semesterincasesomethinghappenslaterinthesemesterinyourlifeoutsideofschool. D2Listypicallyslowduringtheendofthesemesterduetothelargequantitiesofusers duringthistime.donotwaituntilthelastweektotryandtakemanyquizzes,becauseyou willlikelyhavedifficultiesaccessingthesite. DONOTgetdiscouragedWeareheretosupportyouandhelpyouunderstandallthe material.itisourgoalforeverystudenttoearnagoodgrade.ifatanypointyoubecome confusedorunsureaboutanyaspectofthecourse,frommaterialbeingcoveredtohowto opencoursematerial,contactusimmediatelywewilldowhateverpossibletohelpyouto ensureyoursuccess. 11

12 WORKLOAD Theuniversityhasaskeddepartmentstobreakdownforstudentshowmuchtimetheywill spendworkingonvariousaspectsoftheirclasses. AstheUWSystemassumes thatstudyleadingtoonesemestercreditrepresentsan investmentoftimebytheaveragestudentofnotfewerthan48hours UWSACPS4),a3= creditcoursesuchasthisonewillrequireaminimumof1443x48)hoursofyourtime.you mayfinditnecessarytospendadditionaltimeonacourse;thenumbersbelowonlyindicate thatthecoursewillnotrequireanylessofyourtime. Asthisisaself3paced,onlinecourse,youwillspendaminimumof144hoursoncoursework, brokendowninapproximatelythefollowingway.notethattheproportionofthesetimesto eachothermayvary,giventheindependentandself=pacednatureofthiscourse. 30hoursreadingonlinelectures,additionalreadings,andwatchingrequiredvideos 80hourspreparingforclass,whichmayincludereading,notetaking,doingoptional additionalexercisesavailableonthed2lsite)toimprovemastery,andcorresponding withyourtaandprofessoronanytopicsforwhichyouneedadditionalassistance 34hoursdirectlypreparingforandtakingthe23quizzes. 12

13 UNIVERSITY AND SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT POLICIES The Secretary of the University maintains a web page that contains university policies that affect the instructor and the students in this course, as well as essential information specific to conduct of the course. The link to that web page is: Students with Disabilities. Verification of disability, class standards, the policy on the use of alternate material and test accommodations can be found at the following: Religious Observances. Policies regarding accommodations for absences due to religious observance are found at the following: Students called to active Military Duty. Accommodations for absences due to call-up of reserves to active military duty are found at the following: Incompletes. You may be given an incomplete if you have carried a course successfully until near the end of the semester but, because of illness or other unusual and substantiated cause beyond your control, have been unable to take or complete the final examination or to complete some limited amount of course work. An incomplete is not given unless you prove to the instructor that you were prevented from completing the course for just cause as indicated above. The conditions for awarding an incomplete to graduate and undergraduate students can be found at the following: Discriminatory Conduct such as sexual harassment). Discriminatory conduct will not be tolerated by the University. It poisons the work and learning environment of the University and threatens the careers, educational experience and well-being of students, faculty and staff. Policies regarding discriminatory conduct can be found at: Academic Misconduct. Students are responsible for the honest completion and representation of their work, for the appropriate citation of sources, and for respect of others academic endeavors. Policies for addressing students cheating on exams or plagiarism can be found at the following: Complaint Procedures. Students may direct complaints to the Sociology Department Chair or the Associate Dean for Social Sciences in the College of Letters & Sciences. If the complaint allegedly violates a specific university policy, it may be directed to the Sociology Department Chair, the Associate Dean for Social Sciences in the College of Letters & Sciences, or to the appropriate university office responsible for enforcing the policy. Policies may be found at: Grade Appeal Procedures. A student may appeal a grade on the grounds that it is based on a capricious or arbitrary decision of the course instructor. Such an appeal shall follow the established procedures adopted by the department, college, or school in which the course resides or in the case of graduate students, the Graduate School. These procedures are available in writing from the respective department chairperson or the Academic Dean of the College of Letters & Science. Procedures for undergraduate student grade appeal can be found at Procedures for graduate student grade appeal can be found at Final Examination Policy. Policies regarding final examinations can be found at the following: Book Royalties. In accord with Department of Sociology policy, the royalties from the sale of facultyauthored books to students in their classes are donated to a UWM Foundation/Sociology Account to support future awards and activities for UWM students in Sociology. Update 08/

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