Chemistry 1C/1CL Fall 2014 MWF (5:00 - 5:50 PM) – Chem 1179 Instructor: Dr. Crisjoe A Joseph Office: Chem 1204 Office Hours: W 11:00am – 12:30pm R 12:00pm – 1:30pm Email: [email protected] Course Website: Required Materials • Steven S. Zumdahl, Chemical Principles , 7 th Edition, Houghton Mifflin (2013) • Calculator: logarithms, antilogs and scientific notation • 2 pencils with erasers (for exams) • ALEKS online homework. ( ) • i>clicker. Where to get help TAs: All TAs for CHEM 1 hold their office hours in PSBN 2637. See the course website for exact office hour times, and TA e-mail addresses. Students are also allowed to study in this room. CLAS: Organized tutor groups and drop-in sessions. The organized tutor groups meet twice weekly for 1 hour. For more information go to their website . I would highly recommend signing up for a CLAS tutor group. Web-Forum: There is a web forum on the course website that I will monitor periodically. If you answer or ask a question pertinent to the lectures before week 6 of the class, I will give you extra credit points. DSP: If you need special disability-related accommodations, please inform me immediately and also contact the DSP office ( ). ALEKS technical questions: No one in the department of chemistry at UCSB can provide you with competent technical support for ALEKS. They don’t have the knowledge of the system, your OS, browser, JAVA version, etc. Emergency and Honesty Policies • If you are ill or an emergency arises it is your responsibility to keep up with the lectures, laboratory, and homework. You do not need to report this to me.
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