There have been a few minor changes to the syllabus since I printed and copied it last week: If you’re relying on the printed copy, note the following changes
- A slight shift in the end of semester schedule, because of a day I will be absent for travel: this affects very little except for the number of catch-up days I have available. If I run out, I will provide a video lecture for any further missed lecture days.
- Addition of the following language to the Technology section: “The use of recording equipment, audio, photographic or video, or speech-to-text transcription software is not permitted. Alternative arrangements may be made for students with documented disabilities. Students violating this restriction will be asked to leave and may face grade penalties and disciplinary action.”
Note: I need at least one volunteer who will be taking good notes on my lectures to share them with me for a student who needs notetaking assistance. Preferably someone who types their notes and can provide the text quickly. Contact me after class or by email as soon as possible. This is not a paid position, but we do need someone responsible, reliable.
And for those of you who want to get a jump on studying for the first test (which is September 28th, over a month away, but it’s a lot of history!), here is the list of study terms:
Alexander the Great