Students wishing NOT to participate in an experiment can complete substitute assignments for credit. Below are the list of available Substitute Assignments.
- Deadline: last day of the term for Summer, Fall, and Winter terms respectively.
Review the available Substitute Assignments below. Once complete, email the assignment to email@example.com
You MUST use your 'utoronto' email account. ONE ASSIGNMENT PER EMAIL.
SUBJECT LINE: Substitute Assignment - LAB NAME
BODY OF EMAIL: student number, name and course
Please find attached my substitute assignment
Student Name: Joe Smith
- der Nederlanden Lab
- Farb Lab
- Fukuda Lab
- Ganapathy-Coleman Lab
- Johnson Lab
- Kosovicheva Lab
- Schertz Lab
- Stellar Lab
- VanderLaan Lab
- Wolfe Lab
- Carlson Lab
Important Note: answering assignment questions using words directly from the article is plagiarism.
From the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters:
It shall be an offence for a student knowingly: to commit plagiarism; to represent as one's own any idea or expression of an idea or work of another in any academic examination or term test or in connection with any other form of academic work.
How Not to Plagiarize