School of Computing
Computer Literacy Center, EH 311
SPRING 2018 Hours
The SCHOOL OF COMPUTING'S Computer Literacy Center is located in Elizabeth Hall, Room 311
9 am – 5 pm
9 am – 5 pm
9 am – 7 pm
9 am – 7 pm
9 am – 5 pm
End of Regular Hours: MONDAY APRIL 23, 2018
Closed: Weekends and Holidays
Monday, JAN 15. Martin Luther King Jr. DAY
Monday, FEB 19. President's Day
MAR 5-9 Spring Break
CLOSED EVERY THREE WEEKS on THURSDAY from 12-2:00 PM for STAFF MEETINGS (FEB 8/MAR 1/MAR 22/APR 12/MAY 3)
*STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN 1 HOUR AFTER CLOSING TIME TO FINISH THEIR TEST.*
All CL exams must be completed on or before Friday, APRIL 13, 2018.
ONLY CL exam RETAKES will be given during the week of APRIL 16-20, 2018
FINALS WEEK SCHEDULE
COMPUTER LITERACY CENTER-EH 311
Last day of normal lab hours:
MONDAY APRIL 23, 2018
FINALS WEEK HOURS
Tuesday, APRIL 24 - 10 am to 3 pm
Wednesday, APRIL 25 - 10 am to 3 pm
Thursday, APRIL 26 - 10 am to 3 pm
REMINDER: IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE AFTER REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS, YOU CAN LEAVE A MESSAGE AT 801-626-6059 OR send an EMAIL to email@example.com.
Computer Literacy Center/Classroom Policies
- Students should expect to spend about six hours a week outside of class in addition to the three structured hours in class for lab courses. Check with your instructor to see where and when computer labs are available on campus.
- If any lectures are missed, it is the student's responsibility to make up the missed work.
- Computers are to be used for academic purposes only. Students may be asked to leave the room if they are using the computers for some other purpose.
- No bonus or extra credit assignments will be given.
- No food or drink is allowed in any School of Computing computer classroom or lab. Please leave cups, etc. outside of the room.
- Copyrighted material is NOT to be reproduced or downloaded from the internet without permission of the author. Downloading music or other files using peer-to-peer/torrenting software is strictly forbidden.
- Students are expected to complete their own work. If you are caught cheating in this course, you will be subject to academic discipline including the imposition of University sanctions. A description of cheating and possible sanctions is found in the WSU Student Code available on the WSU home page and at the offices of the Vice President for Student Services and the ASWSU.
- WSU is an educational institution, dedicated to providing a positive learning environment where all students rights are respected. Students are expected to act professionally and to respect fellow students. If a situation arises making you feel uncomfortable, discuss it immediately with an instructor.
- By enrolling at WSU, students agree to maintain certain standards of conduct which, if violated, will result in loss of computer privileges. According to the WSU student code, students agree to avoid unethical, wasteful, and/or inappropriate use of any computer. In addition, students agree not to interfere with the productivity of other users and therefore will avoid disorderly, lewd, indecent, defamatory, or obscene conduct or expression.
- Open lab hours will be available in the Computer Literacy Center. Hours will be posted outside of the School of Computing classrooms.
- Any student requiring accommodations or services due to a disability must contact Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) in room 181 of the Student Service Center. SSD can also arrange to provide course materials (including this syllabus) in alternative formats if necessary.
- Students who do not attend the first two class periods or five percent over the course may be dropped by the instructor.
- Cell phones, or other personal communication devices are to be turned off or placed in silent or vibrate mode during class lecture and lab time. Students using these devices should leave the lab or class prior to using the device. These devices are not to be used during testing.