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<<Important>> Notification of Final Examination for 2020 first half of Fall Semester Courses
Due to the COVID-19 infectious disease, we are still being restricted from entering the Yagami Campus. Along with that, there are no regular final examinations or makeup examinations in the class room at Yagami Campus during the regular semester-end examination period ( 26th and 27th November, 2020) that was originally planned.
Instead, please refer to the following list for the evaluation method of the courses offered in first half of Fall Semester of 2020. You can find the evaluation methods for the courses as "Report", "Class participation marks" and "Others", and find the "Report" outline on the list. For more details, please check the "CLASS SUPPORT" for each subject and follow the direction from the lecturer during the online class.
In addition, please read the item "3. Academic Misconduct" below for notes on creating a Report and notes on handling of Online Course Materials.
1. Examination Period
Final examinations are held at the end of each semester or each half-semester depending on the course.
Please refer to the academic calendar for the examination period. During the examination period, final examinations are held in accordance with the Examination Timetable.
Students must confirm the Examination Timetable because it may differ from the normal class schedule.
2. Examination Timetable
Final examination may not be held on the same day, period and time as the corresponding classes. Therefore, students must confirm the Examination Timetable carefully. If any amendment was made to the Examination timetable, a notification would be put on the students' own course page at "keio.jp Educational Support System".
▶No final examination at Yagami Campus in first half of Fall Semester of 2020
3. Academic Misconduct
Any act of academic misconduct related to the semester-end examinations, in-class examinations, assignments, and short quizzes given during classes will be dealt with severely under Article 161 of the graduate school Rules and Regulations of the Graduate School of Science and Technology.
It will not only result in failing the course concerned, but will result in grades being set at one level lower for all other courses taken in the same semester.
Suspension or expulsion from the school may also be imposed under certain circumstances.
Academic misconduct includes the following:
・Plagiarism in written assignments.
・Co-writing without permission of the lecturer
・Disobeying the instructions of examination proctors
Plagiarism in written assignments and theses is considered an act of academic misconduct. Using others' opinions and writings without indicating the reference will be considered fraudulent, even if the act of plagiarism is not intentional. This is considered to be the equivalent of cheating in semester-end and in-class examinations or an even more serious offence, and the student will be subject to disciplinary action.
When writing, please take great care to adhere to the following rules. If you have any questions, please follow the advice of your lecturer.
・Clearly distinguish your own opinions from that of others.
・Clearly indicate the references for quotations or when referring to or citing works of others（ failure to indicate a reference is considered to be an act of plagiarism）.
・For quotations, write every single word including typographical errors.
・Follow the rules for citations by lecturer.
・When referring to information from the Internet, clearly indicate the URL, the title of the web page, and the date.
【Handling of Online Course Materials】
Course materials available online (lecture videos and slides (PDF and PowerPoint files)) can be used only in the courses.
Recording undownloadable videos, slides and live (WebEx) lectures, and redistributing them are strictly prohibited.
DO NOT record screens and voices, send them to your friends and others, and upload them on SNS.
These acts are considered fraudulent in the same way as cheating on regular exams or plagiarizing reports,
and are subject to punishment according to academic regulations. In some cases, copyright infringement may occur.
Please take extra care in handling online course materials.
If you have problems viewing the materials, please do not hesitate to
consult with your instructor and ask for help.
4. Precautions for the Final Examination
5. Examination Time
|1||9:00 - 10:30|
|2||10:45 - 12:15|
|3||13:00 - 14:30|
|4||14:45 - 16:15|
|5||16:30 - 18:00|
6. Information for Materials Allowed in Examination
If there are materials allowed to bring in the examination, it will be announced before the last class.
There are following conditions:
7. Makeup Examination