Template:Intro

From Gerald R. Lucas

The document you’re reading is your syllabus. Everything you need for this class is on this page and linked off of it. Bookmark it now and return here if you get lost or confused.[1]

For a head start on how to approach all work in this course, see “How to Do Well in My Class” and “Research & Response.”

Please read this document and those it links to carefully at the beginning of the semester. There is much information to process, and it can be somewhat daunting — especially if you read cursorily. If you are confused, do your best to work through it by (re)reading this document carefully and completely, searching this site, or consulting the FAQ. I promise, there is an answer to your question. If all else fails, you may contact me. Trust yourself to follow directions and find the answers. Be careful and deliberate.

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Syllabus templates.

General

  • {{Intro}} — Syllabus intro statement (no header)
  • {{In Info}} — Instructor information
  • {{Materials}} — Materials statement
  • {{Online}} — Online statement (no header)
  • {{QEP}} — QEP for Undergraduate Research

Requirements

Schedule

  • {{Schedule}} — General schedule statement

Policies

See Also

Course information templates.

SLO templates.

  1. While you may certainly choose to print it—we will do our best to follow the schedule hereon—it may change during the course of the semester due to unforeseen circumstances. Should this occur, I will let you know in class and via an announcement (see Announcements), but ultimately, this online document has the final say—not a printed one.