Loading...
 

History: CPLT324_Policies

Comparing version 49 with version 51

VersionLast Version

@@ -Lines: 1-2 changed to +Lines: 1-18 @@
+
+
+
+ ~hc~
+
+ Policies for CPLT 324 World Literature to 1650, Fall 2009, Instructor Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. at California State University, Fullerton
+
+
+
+
+
+ ~/hc~
+
+
+
+

^-=POLICIES FOR CPLT 324 WORLD LITERATURE TO 1650, CSU FULLERTON FALL 2009 (UPDATED 8/11/09)=-^


@@ -Lines: 9-12 changed to +Lines: 25-29 @@

+

COURSE POLICIES NOT FULLY STATED IN THE SYLLABUS


Course Information. Comparative Literature 324, Course Code 11286. Section 80. Wednesday 7:00-9:45 p.m., Irvine Valley Campus (IRVC 1) 201. Instructor: Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. Office hours: Wednesday 6:00-6:55 in IRVC 1 Office TBD. [mailto:cplt324@ajdrake.com|cplt324@ajdrake.com]. Catalog: "Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and completion of any literature course from [http://www.fullerton.edu/catalog/academic_programs/generaledu.asp|General Education (GE) Category III.B.2], Asian and Western literature to 1650. Units (3)." I will use +/- grading. The English Dept. may be reached at (657) 278-3163. Students who need special accommodations should contact the [http://www.fullerton.edu/disabledservices/|Disabled Student Services Office in UH 101] or call (657) 278-3117. One other required link: [http://www.fullerton.edu/emergencypreparedness/ep_students.html|Emergency Preparedness Guidelines].

@@ -Lines: 56-60 changed to +Lines: 73-79 @@

Source Work. It is acceptable to consult legitimate sources (scholarly articles and books) while developing your paper, and if you are a graduate student you should engage with some secondary material. But if you are an undergraduate, the most important thing is to study your chosen primary texts patiently. Relying heavily on commercial notes (even good ones) may hinder this process. Other people's ideas are valuable only if you manage to make them your own in an honest way; if you do little more than repeat them under the guise of informing your audience (i.e. if you give a "book report" rather than offering a genuine analysis based mostly on your own insights), you haven't accomplished much with regard to your own ''education.'' Check your school library's online portal for article databases. Project Muse and JSTOR are among the best for humanities work. They not only list scholarly essays but, most often, even allow you to download them as HTML or PDF files. Chapman's portal is [http://www.chapman.edu/academics/libraries.asp|Chapman Library], and CSU Fullerton's (unless you use "My Fullerton") is [http://www.library.fullerton.edu/|CSUF Library].
+
+



History

Legend: v=view , c=compare, d=diff
Information Version Html Action
Sun 31 Jul, 2011 07:25 AM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49 51
Current
Html v
Sun 31 Jul, 2011 07:25 AM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49 51 Html v  c  d
Sun 31 Jul, 2011 07:23 AM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49 50 Html v  c  d
Sat 23 Jul, 2011 07:30 AM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49 49 Html v  c  d
Thu 21 Jul, 2011 03:17 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49
Mass search and replace
48 Html v  c  d
Thu 21 Jul, 2011 03:17 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49
Mass search and replace
35 Html v  c  d
Thu 21 Jul, 2011 03:17 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49
Mass search and replace
34 Html v  c  d

Archive Menu

Magnet Academy

Google Search

 
www.ajdrake.com
WWW