It is very important that you understand the rules for Academic Integrity at the University of Oklahoma. These rules apply to an online course, just as they do to a traditional classroom-based course. Please make sure that you read the Student's Guide to Academic Integrity at the Provost's website.
Here are some special observation about this course:
1) English translations. If you need to consult an English translation
when you are reading the Latin, go ahead and do that! No problem at all! At the same time, you should also be aware that some weeks
we will be reading texts that have never been translated into English
-- pretty cool, huh? In other cases, the only translations available are old 19th-century translations that are written in a style of English that is almost as weird as the Latin! In any event, there is nothing wrong with consulting
an English translation, provided that you are using it to guide your reading
and understanding of the Latin text.
2) Online quizzes. You are allowed to take the online Blackboard
quizzes as often as you want, and the computer will record your most recent
score. Plus, you may use your notes and a dictionary to take the online quizzes.