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Teaching Resources  

Forms and Documents

Oregon State has so many student resources that it would be difficult to take advantage of all of them.  Here are a few you might find especially helpful:

 

   Other Things I Want To Tell You But Don't Have Time To: An

extremely useful outline of first-year basics, from Chris.

 

   Academic Dishonesty and Classroom Disruptions: What to do in

cases of plagiarism, cheating, or classroom disruption--a step-by-

step explanation for GTAs instructors

 

   Academic Dishonesty Report Form: An MS Word version of the

form you print out to report plagiarism.

 

   Faculty Brochure on Classroom Disruption: Put out by Student

Conduct and Mediation, this outlines the basics of classroom

disruption, including an official definition of "disruption."

 

   Faculty Brochure on Academic Dishonesty: Same as above, but

explains academic dishonesty.

Web Resources

Navigating the Graduate School is a Challenge, to say the least!  Forms, deadlines, and formal requirements abound.  Here are some links to help you keep track of everything:

 

   Teaching Writing 224: A link to some OSU web resources for teaching creative writing

 

   OSU Policy Against Discrimination: Make sure to have a decent

level of familiarity with this to be sure you act appropriately and

protect yourself in the classroom.

 

   Student Conduct and Mediation: These are the people to call

when you have disciplinary problems with a student.  Consult

Academic Dishonesty and Classroom Disruptions for exactly

which steps to take when.

 

   Academic Honesty: OSU's official site for plagiarism, academic

(dis)honesty, and related procedures. 

 

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Student Resources  

General Resources

Oregon State has so many student resources that it would be difficult to take advantage of all of them.  Here are a few you might find especially helpful:

 

   Student Computing Facilities: Student computer labs are hidden

all over campus, some of which are open 24 hours.

 

   Student Health Services: Hooray for getting medicine when you

need it.  And double hooray for health insurance for graduate

students.

 

   Recreational Program and Facilities: From rock climbing walls and

canoe rentals to intramurals and yoga classes, there's more to the

rec department than you might suspect.

 

   The Educational Opportunities Program: Worth checking out if

you don't know much about it.

 

   English Department: If you haven't already discovered this website,

we're worried about you.

Grad School Resources

Navigating the Graduate School is a Challenge, to say the least!  Forms, deadlines, and formal requirements abound.  Here are some links to help you keep track of everything:

 

   OSU Five-Year Calendar: This tells acdemic dates for the next

five years--breaks, finals weeks, when quarters begin and end, etc.

 

   Graduate School Website: Link to the formal website of the

Graduate School at OSU.

 

   Graduate School Survival Guide: Not a complete survival guide,

as it focuses more on the practical than the psychological, but a

useful resource nonetheless.

 

   Thesis defense and filing deadlines: for the current academic year

 

   Graduate School forms: including the program form you'll need to

file at the end of your first year here, as well as the ever-popular

"Change of Program" form. 

 

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