What to ExpectHere are some of the many things you can expect as a student in Beginning English for Writing in Science & Industry, Online.
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AdviceA major drawback of distance learning courses is the lack of a regular class session. It is easy to get behind without a class meeting each day. For this reason, it's a good idea to
Think of this dialogue as your opportunity to have more personalized help with your English than a regular class would provide.
Academic HonestyStudents enrolled in University of Washington Distance Learning courses are expected to observe the same code of academic honesty required of other University of Washington students. Violation of this code can result in academic penalties, such as receiving a failing grade in the course and other disciplinary actions.
Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating on examinations and plagiarism, the latter meaning offering the language or ideas of someone else as one's own. Plagiarism may range from failure to credit isolated formulas, sentences, paragraphs, or ideas to entire articles copied from books, periodicals, speeches, or the writings of other students.
Situations involving academic misconduct for noncredit courses will be reviewed by a UW Educational Outreach Committee on Academic Conduct. This committee is composed of advisory board members for the certificate program in which the student is enrolled. If evidence of academic misconduct is established, students will be given a failing grade for the course and any refund of tuition fees will be denied.