Welcome to Herbology 301
My name is Matthew Aspen, or Professor Aspen for short, and I am glad to give you all a very warm welcome to this course. My PAs and myself expect great things from you, so we are eager to see you all "grow" in the greenhouses. However, we would like you to read the following information about the course before enrolling in it:
1-Whenever you submit an assignment, it goes to our queue. We usually grade them quickly, but sometimes this is not possible due to many factors. That is why we would like you to be patient and rest assure that your assignments will be graded shortly.
2-The Herbology Team is more than happy to receive your questions about the course. Please do so in a formal and respectful manner, and your queries will be answered quickly.
3-Even though we are professionals and enjoy what we do, we are also prone to make mistakes. If you believe that an assignment has not been fairly graded, please send Professor Aspen an owl as soon as possible, outlining your reasons why you believe so, together with the ID number of your assignment. Remember that appeals are evaluated and they can have positive or negative replies, meaning that your grade might change for good or for bad. Bear this in mind when you contact me about such topic.
4-All assignments can be retaken if you get less than 70% in them.
5-By the 25th July, 2021, the "resubmission" system for HERB301 will suffer several changes. The following assignments will be the only ones available for retakes after such date (it is important to resubmit your assignments before that date if you have any resubmissions of assignments that are not included in the following list):
-Plant Diary and Project (Lesson 1)
-Practical: Bubotuber Pus (Lesson 4)
-Asian Agri-culture (Lesson 6)
-Rainforest Research (Lesson 7)
-African Herbs (Lesson 8)
-Blooms in Books (Lesson 9)
Updated September 2019.