College of Health Professions


Department of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science

Student Handbook 2011-2012

V. Department Information: Didactic Coursework

C. Use of Assessments and Department Materials

Policy
Students are responsible for signing out, maintaining, and returning materials that are used in coursework. Materials needed for coursework may be borrowed through a faculty member or the Assessment Librarian.

Procedures
1. Student will sign out any materials needed for coursework through the assessment librarian or faculty member only. Dates and times of librarian availability are posted each semester outside of Room 109. Sign out will include the following information: student name, date, contact information, and proposed date of return.

2. Student is responsible to return the materials, including all components, in the same good, working condition as when signed out. All materials must be returned to the faculty member or assessment librarian at assigned time and date.

3. Student is responsible to notify assessment librarian or faculty member immediately if materials or component parts are damaged or missing.

4. Student is responsible to replace all materials or component parts that are lost or damaged through his/her own actions or actions of others while the materials are signed out in his/her name. Student will be invoiced for the cost of non-returned or damaged materials, which will be posted on his/her TU financial account. Registration privileges may be suspended.

5. Student is responsible to follow the Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and Ethics Standards (AOTA, 2010) by using materials appropriately by informing the participant about the purpose of and procedures for using the materials, about confidentiality of information, and about the rights of the participant regarding use of the materials.

Signature indicates agreement to adhere to the policy described above:

_______________________________ ___________________________
Student name (signature)                           Course

_______________________________ ___________________________
Student name (printed)                               Date



American Occupational Therapy Association. (2010). Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and Ethics Standards American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(November/December Supplement).




Department consent is required for admission to all occupational therapy major courses.

 

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