DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS, U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY
11291 SGT E. CHURCHILL STREET
FORT BLISS, TEXAS 79918-8002
Advanced Leader Course Common Core (dl)
This course may be taken from any location that has a computer with a secure internet connection. You will need speakers or headphones for this course, all other system requirements can be found on the website on the NCOES Announcement page.
Course of Instruction
This is a self-study course in which you are allotted 90 days to complete. The course consists of 5 Modules which have timelines for completion.
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You must complete Blackboard Basics for Students and verify that you have completed the Blackboard 101 Quiz. If you do not score two points on this quiz, you will not be able to progress to the ALC Letter of Agreement, which is the next prerequisite.
You must complete the Advanced Leader Course (ALC) DL Student Letter of Agreement. The ALC Student Letter of Agreement is written in test format and is imperative to your enrollment progression. By completing this test, you agree that you have read and fully understand the Student Letter of Agreement. If you do not score four points on this test, you will not be able to gain access to Module 1.
You must list your NCO Support Channel/Chain of Concern’s Rank, Name, Phone number and AKO email address to receive credit for this assignment or you will not be able to progress. If you are on a special assignment such as recruiting, joint assignment, or a MiTT team you still need to list your NCO Support Channel/Chain of Concern for at least two levels up. In this same section, you must also provide a solid contact phone number and email where you can be reached should a Course Facilitator/Grader need to communicate with you.
Plagiarism is the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work. Plagiarism occurs when a writer duplicates another writer's language or ideas and then calls the work their own. Copyright laws protect writers' words as their legal property. To avoid the charge of plagiarism, writers take care to credit those from whom they borrow and quote.
It is intended for students to refer to journals and other relevant outside sources, evaluate their findings in light of the current scenario, draw appropriate conclusions from their research, and then present their conclusions in a straightforward and convincing manner. Students must always submit work that represents their original words or ideas. Any words or ideas used in a class posting or assignment submission that are not the student’s original words or ideas must cite the sources used. Words or ideas that require citation include, but are not limited to, all hard copy or electronic publications, whether copyrighted or not, and all verbal or visual communication when the content of such communication clearly originates from an identifiable source. Reference your resources in accordance with the following format: “Title of the Article” (in quotations), Publication Name, and Publication Date. If your resource was found on the internet, to reference it simply copy and paste the link. Please see the Advanced Leader Course (ALC) DL Student Letter of Agreement for more information about academic honesty, including consequences of academic dishonesty.
Cheating on any quiz, test, or exam constitutes an honor code violation which is grounds for student dismissal.
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