MAS110 lectures are ONLINE ONLY. The weekly lecture should be viewed before the week's tutorial. Students are expected to engage with lectures, take notes, and to actively relate lecture content to tutorial discussions, online participation, and assessments.
Tutorials begin in WEEK 1. Participation in tutorial activities is a compulsory part of MAS110. Students are expected to arrive punctually and actively participate in class. Tutorials are used to work through concepts and content from lectures and readings, and will convey important information relating to unit assessments, including workshopping upcoming assessments, explaining rubrics, and discussing returned work. Missed tutorials are the students' own responsibility.
Required and recommended texts and/or materials:
All required readings for MAS110 are provided via iLearn. Any further recommended readings or material for each week will be listed on iLearn.
Applying for Disruption to Studies:
Information on the Disruption to Studies Policy, and how to apply, is available here: http://www.students.mq.edu.au/student_admin/manage_your_study_program/disruption_to_studies/
The Re-mark Application form is available at http://www.mq.edu.au/pubstatic/public/download/?id=167914
The iLearn site for MAS110 is accessible at: http://ilearn.mq.edu.au/. A computer and Internet access are required to complete assessments in MAS110. Basic computer and word processing skills are also a requirement.
All assignments for MAS110 will be completed/submitted online, via iLearn or other sites as necessary. Further details on submission will be explained in tutorials.
Return of marked work:
During semester, marked work will be returned to students either online or in tutorials.
There is no exam for MAS110.