ETEC 3701: Operating Systems 1
There is no textbook for this class.
25% Final Examination
I am confident that you will enjoy playing games on the computers, IM'ing, and surfing the web...elsewhere.
Regular attendance is strongly encouraged. If you miss class, you are responsible for any material covered, announcements made, assignments given, or handouts distributed. Make-up exams are only given if prior arrangements have been made with the instructor. Missed homework assignments cannot be made up.
The course grading scale is as follows. There is no rounding.
All assignments are to be your own work. Discussion of problems with others is encouraged, but anything you turn in should be entirely your own work. In other words, the work you turn in should have been personally typed by you. Referring to external sources (newsgroups, web pages, etc.) is fine, but be sure to cite them! If evidence of academic misconduct is found, all of the individuals involved will receive zeros on the assignment, regardless of who copied from whom. If you disagree with the penalty received, there is an appeals process outlined in the Student Handbook.
The following is a tentative list of topics to be covered during the semester. This is subject to change.
Any student who believes he or she may need an accommodation based on the impact of a documented disability should first contact a Coordinator in the Office of Disability Services, Student Success Center, Massie Hall, 740- 351-3276 to schedule a meeting to identify potential reasonable accommodation(s). Students are strongly encouraged to initiate the accommodation process in the early part of the semester or as soon as the need is recognized. After meeting with the Coordinator, students are then required to meet with their instructors to discuss the student's specific needs related to their disability. If a student does not make a timely request for disability accommodations and/or fails to meet with the Coordinator of Disability Services and the instructor, a reasonable accommodation might not be able to be provided.