Accounting 301: Assignment Details

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ACCOUNTING 301 – SUMMER 2013 HEALTH SCIENCES BLDG. 2008 CRN: 32289 Office: Constant Hall 2149 E-Mail: Office Hours: Office Hours: TF- 12:00 to 1:00 pm After class or by appointment Required Materials: 1. 2. 3. INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING, Spiceland, Sepe, Nelson, Tomassini (McGraw-Hill Irwin, 7th Edition, ISBN 0077282078). Old Dominion Email address to access Blackboard. Lecture notes are on the Blackboard website The user id is your ODU email account without the and the password is your email password. You must have an ODU email account to access Blackboard. All grades will be posted on Blackboard. Phone: 683-6312 Website: Blackboard Catalog Description: Lecture 3 hours; 3 credits each semester.…show more content…
Class time will not used to re-address topics a student has missed due to absence. Students must meet all course deadlines and be present for all quizzes, tests, and examinations. Students are allowed one undocumented absence. A student may miss one entire class without documentation or miss one-half of two classes without documentation. Documentation includes a doctor’s note, notes from employers on their letterhead, police reports, jury summons, and the like. Documentation of an absence must be presented within one week of the absence (or your return to class), or the absence will be considered undocumented. If you are sick or in the hospital and will be absent for an extended period of time, you should have someone contact me so I will know you are still in the class. The instructor reserves the right to consider the absence documentation unacceptable. The second instance of an undocumented absence results in a reduction of your total points for grading by 100 points. Each subsequent undocumented absence will result in another 100 point reduction. Student Responsibilities: This is a very challenging class; therefore, it is important that you are prepared to work at the learning experience. You cannot expect to learn without reading the chapters, practicing the topics (attempting the questions, exercises, and problems suggested), turning in all assignments, and…show more content…
The Old Dominion University (ODU) Undergraduate Catalogue (2010-2011, p.15) defines plagiarism as follows: Intentionally or knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one’s own without properly acknowledging their source. Examples of plagiarism include, but are not limited to, the following: submitting a research paper obtained from a commercial research service, the Internet, or from another student as if it were original work; making simple changes to borrowed materials while leaving the organization, content, or phraseology intact; or coping material from a source, supplying proper documentation, but leaving out quotation marks. Plagiarism also occurs in a group project if one or more of the members of the group does none of the group’s work and participates in none of the group’s activities, but attempts to take credit for the work of the group. Hints for Avoiding Plagiarism: • More than three words is plagiarism. This is a good yardstick to use when wondering whether or not quotes are appropriate. They are, if you are copying more than three words in sequence. • One source is not “common knowledge.” Common knowledge does not require citation. But something is not common knowledge if you have found just one source for the information. • When in doubt, cite! If you have any doubt about whether or not to cite a source, err on the side of making the attribution. • If your co-author sounds surprisingly eloquent make sure the

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