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Assignment Rules

Assignments Due at Class Time


1.   Stay with the same topic throughout.

2.   If you do not have an assignment ready at class time, or if you are not present during the class, you will still need to complete the assignment, but you may have your grade reduced.

3.   All assignments, including the final paper and book review, are to be submitted to TurnItIn.Com for plagiarism check.  Afterward this submission, you should email or give a hard copy of the completed assigment by 5:00 pm of the assignment due date.  Prof. Crownover’s e-mail address is

4.   There is an assignment template for each class assignment below at:  

Simply select the assignment you need, then copy and paste the template information into your word processor.

You will have an assignment that is due at the beginning of every class.


The Information Fog

CLASS 1:  It is hoped that you have read Research Strategies, Preface and Chapter One prior to class time. Indicate in your next class' assignment that this reading has been done.

This class will go over the syllabus, preface and chapter one of the textbook.  We will at the end of the class give you an opportunity to answer questions 2-9, 11-12 from the study guide (section 1.8).


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