Newcastle Business School
Managing Under Uncertainty
Trimester 1, 2013
Lecturer: Dickson Tang
Course Coordinator Dr Tony Drew
STAFF AND COURSE DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS3
2.Contact Hours and Teaching Methods3
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION4
5.Brief Course Description4
7.Course Objectives / Learning Outcomes4
8.Link to Graduate Attributes5
10.Continuous Course Evaluation and Improvement5
TEXTBOOKS AND REFERENCES/READINGS6
TOPIC AND LECTURE OUTLINE6
ASSESSMENT DETAILS AND POLICIES8
15.Types and Due Dates of Assessment8
16.Academic Literacy Tutorials8
17.Details of Assessment8
19.Academic Integrity, Plagiarism and Turnitin12
20.Cover Sheets for Assessment13
21.Assessment Grades and Percentages13
ACADEMIC SKILLS RESOURCES13
22.Academic Skills Resources13
UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND GENERAL INFORMATION14
23.Extension of Time for Assessment Items, Deferred Assessment and Special Consideration14
24.Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness14
25.Changing Your Enrolment14
26.Other Policies Related to Your Enrolment15
27.Alteration of this Course15
28.School/Faculty Contact Details15
STAFF AND COURSE DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS
|Name |Dr Tony Drew | |Email |Antony.Drew@newcastle.edu.au |
|Name |Dickson Tang | |Email |email@example.com |
Contact Hours and Teaching Methods
There are 36 hours of lectures and in class activities spread over three hours per week for the 12 week trimester with additional skills tutorials as part of the course. Attendance and full participation is a compulsory part of your learning as is full preparation for the lectures and in-class activities, as prescribed in Blackboard.
Class time consists of interactive lectures, skills and other work exercises, case study analysis and other learning activity. You are required to register for lectures (Group 1, Group 2 or Group 3) via my hub. If you have any problems with a particular lecture time, please direct your query to the course coordinator.
Please check the web after your enrolment to confirm that you are in the lecture selected. It is also advisable to check announcements on the course’s Blackboard site to confirm that the lecture selected is being offered.
You must be fully prepared for lectures and in class activities, having completed the pre-reading for the lectures and having thoroughly prepared for any work allocated as in class activity.
For contact hours, please refer to Topic and Lecture Outline.
Blackboard is used in this course (https://blackboard.newcastle.edu.au). Blackboard is the major communication mechanism for students and staff. You are responsible for regularly accessing this site for additional information related to your courses.
To login to Blackboard use your Uni ID and password. Your Username is your student number prefaced with a lower case ‘c’ (eg c9999999). Your...