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Syllabi: Leveling the Playing Field

Revisiting the Syllabus Syllabus

Syllabi: Leveling the Playing Field

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I’m a big fan of syllabi used well. On the crassest level—and it’s important—syllabi are contracts between faculty and students, contracts that administration holds us to. When a student makes a complaint, administrators want to be able to pull out the course syllabus and use it to determine whether the faculty member has followed the rules as outlined in the syllabus (Slattery & Carlson, 2005).

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