ENGL3090 Submission Form (Wharton)
Use this form to turn in everything. To submit something for credit, whether it's a major assignment or an in-class minute paper, you will fill out this form with your name and the URL (link) to whatever you're submitting. Your instructor will then evaluate your submission and return feedback and points to you.
What is your name?
What are you submitting?
Object Description/3D Model
Study Group Reflection
Group Conference Reflection
Multimodal Object Analysis
Glossary of Terms Entry
Reflection Regarding Writing Studio or Writing Consultant Appointment
Office Hours Visit
Other (Please describe what it is in the comments)
What is the URL/link for your submission?
Let me know a little bit about what you're submitting. This is optional.
Academic Honesty Statement
The Department of English expects all students to adhere to the university’s Code of Student Conduct, especially as it pertains to plagiarism, cheating, multiple submissions, and academic honesty. Please refer to the Policy on Academic Honesty (Section 409 of the Faculty Handbook). Penalty for violation of this policy will result in a zero for the assignment, possible failure of the course, and, in some cases, suspension or expulsion. Georgia State University defines plagiarism as . . . “ . . . any paraphrasing or summarizing of the works of another person without acknowledgment, including the submitting of another student’s work as one’s own . . . [It] frequently involves a failure to acknowledge in the text . . . the quotation of paragraphs, sentences, or even phrases written by someone else.” At GSU, “the student is responsible for understanding the legitimate use of sources . . . and the consequences of violating this responsibility.” (For the university’s policies, see in the student catalog, “Academic Honesty,”
This submission complies with GSU's Academic Honesty Policy as applied in this class.
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