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Final Report for the Spring Semester(Updated July 10, 2020)

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Updated Jul. 2, 2020
*We added to "3." and "5." on July 10.Please be sure to check the added section, which is also noted as (Added on July 10, 2020).

As announced in the "Doshisha University Action in Response to Novel Coronavirus Infection (No. 9 Notice)" issued on May 21, we shall assess academic achievement in courses in the spring semester based on students’ final report and class participation as a general rule.
To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus infection, final reports should be submitted via e-class, DUET, e-mail, etc. (communication which does not involve face-to-face) When submitting your report, you must comply with the following.

1.
Information about Final Report for the Spring Semester (due between July 14 and August 7) will be available on Friday, July 3 in DUET or on "Exam and Report Information" page of the University website.(Home > Current Students > Exam and Report Information).
Please note that information about general reports and in-class evaluations outside of this designated period will be sent to you individually by your instructor.
(For your reference)
  • DUET
https://duet.doshisha.ac.jp/
  • Exam and Report Information
https://duet.doshisha.ac.jp/kokai/html/fi/fi010/FI01001G.html

2.
Please follow the directions of your instructor regarding where and how you should submit reports and the file format (PDF, Word, Excel, etc.).
For information on how to convert files to PDF format and report submission procedures, please refer to the "Exam and Report Information" page above.

3.
In accordance with the directions of your instructor, you may be required to submit reports using the University's prescribed format. In this case, please download and use the format from the link below.

https://webdisk.doshisha.ac.jp/public/zfmUgA3NM0cAlRQBxM9yVWuXKNz6VChSucG4yNDxDOIe
*
Some courses use a format created by instructors or the department instead of the format above.
There will be a separate guidance for such courses, so please check “Exam and Report Information", “DUET message" from your instructor, and the original website of the affiliated department carefully, and submit it in the appropriate format for each course as instructed.

*
(Added on July 10, 2020)
If there is a "cover sheet" section in Report Information, this "cover sheet" is different from the first page of the prescribed report form that can be downloaded from the URL above.
Even if Report Information state that "cover sheet is Not necessary", please be sure to fill out all of the items on the first page and submit it together with the body of the report to the specified address when you prepare reports using the prescribed report form.


4.
When using a shared PC, the sign-in information of the previous user may be retained. Please make sure that you are logged in with your own user ID when submitting reports via DUET, e-class, Forms, etc. If the ID is different from your user ID, you will not be able to receive proper evaluation.

5.
No late essays or reports will be accepted.

This semester, the majority of courses will require students to submit reports on the web (DUET, e-class, Forms, etc.). There is a possibility that you may not be able to submit by the deadline due to delays in operation and email delivery caused by system failure or access congestion. Please allow ample time to submit your reports.

(Added on July 10, 2020)
If The Heavy Rain Event in July 2020 has caused computer or communication equipment failure or disrupted your Internet connection, and this has interfered with taking online classes or submitting reports, please contact the office of your faculty or graduate school.

6.
The following acts will be considered as suspected plagiarism. If you are confirmed by the faculty council to have plagiarized submitted course work, you will fail (students enrolled in or after 2004) or receive 0 points (students enrolled in or before 2003) for all of the courses that you have registered for in the semester concerned, and the decision will also be publicly announced (Certain courses as designated by the faculty council are excluded from this measure.)

a.
Using the writing of another individual, or information from the Internet as your own without citing the source.
b.
Submitting another individual’s report or article as your own.
c.
Submitting a report or an article which you have asked another individual to compose for you.
d.
Composing a report or an article for submission as another students’ work.
e.
Obtaining another individual’s report or article for the purpose of copying or providing another individual with your own report or article for the purpose of copying.
f.
Other activities that damage the fairness of the evaluation of a report or an article.

7.
If you are confirmed by the faculty council to have plagiarized submitted course work, you will no longer meet the academic requirements and you may be disqualified from receiving financial aid.
*We added to "3." and "5." on July 10.Please be sure to check the added section, which is also noted as (Added on July 10, 2020).

As announced in the "Doshisha University Action in Response to Novel Coronavirus Infection (No. 9 Notice)" issued on May 21, we shall assess academic achievement in courses in the spring semester based on students’ final report and class participation as a general rule.
To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus infection, final reports should be submitted via e-class, DUET, e-mail, etc. (communication which does not involve face-to-face) When submitting your report, you must comply with the following.

1.
Information about Final Report for the Spring Semester (due between July 14 and August 7) will be available on Friday, July 3 in DUET or on "Exam and Report Information" page of the University website.(Home > Current Students > Exam and Report Information).
Please note that information about general reports and in-class evaluations outside of this designated period will be sent to you individually by your instructor.
(For your reference)
  • DUET
https://duet.doshisha.ac.jp/
  • Exam and Report Information
https://duet.doshisha.ac.jp/kokai/html/fi/fi010/FI01001G.html

2.
Please follow the directions of your instructor regarding where and how you should submit reports and the file format (PDF, Word, Excel, etc.).
For information on how to convert files to PDF format and report submission procedures, please refer to the "Exam and Report Information" page above.

3.
In accordance with the directions of your instructor, you may be required to submit reports using the University's prescribed format. In this case, please download and use the format from the link below.

https://webdisk.doshisha.ac.jp/public/zfmUgA3NM0cAlRQBxM9yVWuXKNz6VChSucG4yNDxDOIe
*
Some courses use a format created by instructors or the department instead of the format above.
There will be a separate guidance for such courses, so please check “Exam and Report Information", “DUET message" from your instructor, and the original website of the affiliated department carefully, and submit it in the appropriate format for each course as instructed.

*
(Added on July 10, 2020)
If there is a "cover sheet" section in Report Information, this "cover sheet" is different from the first page of the prescribed report form that can be downloaded from the URL above.
Even if Report Information state that "cover sheet is Not necessary", please be sure to fill out all of the items on the first page and submit it together with the body of the report to the specified address when you prepare reports using the prescribed report form.


4.
When using a shared PC, the sign-in information of the previous user may be retained. Please make sure that you are logged in with your own user ID when submitting reports via DUET, e-class, Forms, etc. If the ID is different from your user ID, you will not be able to receive proper evaluation.

5.
No late essays or reports will be accepted.

This semester, the majority of courses will require students to submit reports on the web (DUET, e-class, Forms, etc.). There is a possibility that you may not be able to submit by the deadline due to delays in operation and email delivery caused by system failure or access congestion. Please allow ample time to submit your reports.

(Added on July 10, 2020)
If The Heavy Rain Event in July 2020 has caused computer or communication equipment failure or disrupted your Internet connection, and this has interfered with taking online classes or submitting reports, please contact the office of your faculty or graduate school.

6.
The following acts will be considered as suspected plagiarism. If you are confirmed by the faculty council to have plagiarized submitted course work, you will fail (students enrolled in or after 2004) or receive 0 points (students enrolled in or before 2003) for all of the courses that you have registered for in the semester concerned, and the decision will also be publicly announced (Certain courses as designated by the faculty council are excluded from this measure.)

a.
Using the writing of another individual, or information from the Internet as your own without citing the source.
b.
Submitting another individual’s report or article as your own.
c.
Submitting a report or an article which you have asked another individual to compose for you.
d.
Composing a report or an article for submission as another students’ work.
e.
Obtaining another individual’s report or article for the purpose of copying or providing another individual with your own report or article for the purpose of copying.
f.
Other activities that damage the fairness of the evaluation of a report or an article.

7.
If you are confirmed by the faculty council to have plagiarized submitted course work, you will no longer meet the academic requirements and you may be disqualified from receiving financial aid.
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