* For details
see Assignments in Canvas,
* All projects
will open Friday, October 13,
8 am (the day after Exam 2)
* Groups will
be assigned prior to that.
Exams in ILCB 111 taken on Canvas using
your own computer, laptop, notebook or
taken in the ILCB 111 classroom at
not be late. When students start
to leave, no one can start their exam.
exam on your personal
computer or laptop logged into TAMU
not cell phone.
avoid computer issues,
"shut-down" and "restart"
your computer just before the
Login to Canvas
by 11:10. All other programs
must be closed on your
you leave the Canvas screen
go to another
screen during the exam, Canvas
will time stamp when you left and
exam may be invalidated and you may
be turned into the Honors Council.
The Exam will
start at 11:10 AM and close at 12:25
If you go
beyond 12:25, the last questions you
answered at 12:25 will be time stamped
If you are
scheduled for extended time, that time
will be programmed into Canvas; but
cannot go beyond 12:35.
are posted immediately. Correct
answers will be released after makeup
exams are completed.
If you have
any technical problems (WiFi, Canvas
closes, computer fails, etc.), see me
you are taking the exam remotely
immediately call my cell 979-777-2750.
NOT use GroupMe are any other social
media interaction to discuss the exam
or answers during the exam time of
11:10-12:25, regardless of your
will be brought before the Honors
When can you
arrange with the instructor to take the
exam remotely through Zoom?
due to University acceptable excuses as
per student rules.
you cannot come to class face-to-face
due to quarantine, official university
travel such as field trip,
athletic event, job interview,
departure, or with Disability Resources.
For any pre-planned event the
exam must be taken before departure or
proctored on the road.
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