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ISOM 135 Lab
Fall 2012

Instructor: Mahbubur Rahman Office: WB 230
Office Hours: Monday 12:00-5:00 PM Tuesday 12:00-5:00PM Friday 11.00 AM-12.00 PM or by appointment

Email: OR

*Please note-ALL emails must include ISOM 135 and your section # in the subject. If this information is not in the subject the email will not be opened, nor will it receive a response.
TIP-If you use the email tool in Blackboard or Gradebook this will be done automatically.
*All email MUST come from your BSU account.
*Grades will not be discussed via email.
*Assignments will not be accepted through email.

General Policies

-No cell phone use! This includes texting, email, etc. -The computers in the lab are to be used during lab for lab. NOT Facebook, Myspace, YouTube, etc.


-Prompt attendance is expected. In-class assignments, quizzes, etc. cannot be made up.

-There are no excused absences other than for University sanctioned reasons (athletic event, bereavement, military service, etc.).


-We will utilize Blackboard for most assignments. Assignments can be found on Blackboard and will be submitted through Blackboard. Use Mozilla Firefox as the web browser, especially when uploading or downloading.

-There is a telephone helpline available 24/7 for you to call if you need assistance with Blackboard. They will not be able to help you with the assignments, but they can help you if you are having other issues with Blackboard itself. The number is 765-285-1517

-It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the assignment is attached before submitting the assignment. Take a few extra minutes to double-check. You can only submit the assignment once.

-All assignment have a due date and time. Late…...

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