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  • in reply to: Miscellaneous Questions #1525
    Jeff Terrell
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    I don’t know what content China censors exactly, but in case you’re trying to get a file from YouTube to upload to Warpwire, you can download videos from Youtube with the open source youtube-dl program, available here:

    https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/

    in reply to: Miscellaneous Questions #1331
    Jeff Terrell
    Participant

    Thanks, Kelly. One student told me that they heard from the registrar’s office (I think that’s what they said) that they need to coordinate I/CV grades with their instructor. And I suppose it makes sense that if this policy were different than in previous semesters (which required instructors to assign the incomplete grade), we would have heard about it. So I’m moving forward on that assumption, and I have 2 students who’ve requested the CV grade so far.

    in reply to: Miscellaneous Questions #1291
    Jeff Terrell
    Participant

    Hi Kelly, thanks for the reply. Yes, I’m assuming most students will want a CV incomplete rather than a mere incomplete. (I’ll give them the option of choosing but will recommend CV.) And I have been (repeatedly) communicating this pressure release valve to them as a stress-relieving option.

    But my question is about whether students need to communicate with me about their desire to get an incomplete grade, or whether there’s a way for students to elect to receive an incomplete, similar to how (I think) they’re doing with pass/fail. If the latter, I wonder how I can find out which students have made this election.

    in reply to: Miscellaneous Questions #1288
    Jeff Terrell
    Participant

    I have a question. Do my (undergrad) students need to let me know if they want an incomplete or CV incomplete? Or is there some way that they can make that election and I can find out about it before I assign final grades? I’m just wanting to tell them the right thing. Thanks!

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