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KINE 2049: Labs
Research Methods 
in 
Kinesiology

2017 course outline

2016 course outline

2015 course outline

2014 course outline

2013 course outline

2012 course outline

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Information about MoodleClick here.

Course Moodle site:   http://moodle.yorku.ca
 
 For the days and times of labs.                  York University Lecture Schedule

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

 

All students are expected to familiarize themselves with the following information, available on the Senate Committee on Curriculum & Academic Standards webpage.

- Policies Procedures and Regulations 

 

· York’s Academic Honesty Policy and Procedures/Academic  Integrity Website

· Ethics Review Process for research involving human participants 

· Course requirement accommodation for students with disabilities, including physical, medical, systemic, learning   and psychiatric disabilities

· Student Conduct Standards

· Religious Observance Accommodation

Course Accommodations for Students with Disabilities [Click Here]

 


Definitions of Grading Descriptions used at York University


A+ Exceptional. Thorough knowledge of concepts and/or techniques and exceptional skill or great originality in the use of those concepts/techniques in satisfying the requirements of an assignment or course. 

A Excellent. Thorough knowledge of concepts and/or techniques together with a high degree of skill and/or some elements of originality in satisfying the requirements of an assignment or course. 

B+ Very Good. Thorough knowledge of concepts and/or techniques together with a fairly high degree of skill in the use of those concepts/techniques in satisfying the requirements of an assignment or course. 

B Good. Good level of knowledge of concepts and/or techniques together with considerable skill in using them to satisfy the requirements of an assignment or course. 

C+ Competent. Acceptable level of knowledge of concepts and/or techniques together with considerable skill in using them to satisfy the requirements of an assignment or course. 

C Fairly Competent. Acceptable level of knowledge of concepts and/or techniques together with some skill in using them to satisfy the requirements of an assignment or course. 

D+ Passing. Slightly better than minimal knowledge of required concepts and/or techniques together with some ability to use them in satisfying the requirements of an assignment or course. 

D Barely Passing. Minimum knowledge of concepts and/or techniques needed to satisfy the requirements of an assignment or course. 

E Marginally Failing. 

F Failing. 

 

 

 

 

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