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Intro Lecture PPT - WELCOME TO HUMAN BIOLOGY II Dr. Douglas...

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1 WELCOME TO WELCOME TO HUMAN BIOLOGY II HUMAN BIOLOGY II Dr. Douglas Merrill e-mail: douglas.merrill@cbet.rit.edu Phone: 475-2492 or 475-4363 (assistant) Office: 75-3181 Lecture: MWF 10-10:50 am; 08/1250 Course website: http://mycourses.rit.edu (need DCE account) The Rest of the Team The Rest of the Team Ms. Kate Rizzolo (ASL Interpreter) (notetaker) @rit.edu Lab Instructors: Prof. Michele Lennox Prof. Michael Mastrangelo Prof. Jona Klibanoff Prof. Shelley Morgan
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2 Human Biology Lab Labs will meet this week!! Buy the Lab Guide before going to Lab Building 75-3170 Text and Resources
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3 This is a tentative lecture schedule. The time required to cover some topics may change The exam dates will NOT change, although the coverage on a particular exam may be altered to reflect any changes in the lecture schedule. Review sessions will be offered prior to each exam. Lecture Outlines • I will use PowerPoint for lectures. Outlines of all lectures will be posted on the MyCourses website; I suggest you print them before class and use them to take notes. • You do need to take notes during lecture (either on the outline or just plain paper) because this will help you to retain the information and the complete notes will not be available on the website. • The exams will be based on lecture material, but I will often cover topics that are not in your text. If you miss a lecture, it is your responsibility to borrow the notes from a classmate.
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4 Strategies for Success • To do well in this course it is imperative that you attend lectures, do the assigned reading, keep up with the material and study outside of class time. • The amount of time you will need to devote to this course will depend on your background and comfort with the material, but a general rule of thumb is that you should expect to spend at least 1-2 hours studying for each hour spent in class. You will need to study each week (ideally daily), otherwise you will quickly fall behind and find the material overwhelming. • I expect you to read over the assigned text material before we discuss it in lecture, this way the vocabulary and topics are at least familiar. Don’t stress if you don’t understand the reading material the first time. After lecture, if there is material I covered that you are still uncertain about, then go back and re-read that section of the text and get help from me during office hours. Assessment and Grading
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