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Unformatted text preview: Insects, Globalization, and Sustainability Laboratory ISB 201L Spring 2008 My T.A.s name is ________________________Email______________________ Note: Please contact your Teaching Assistant first, then contact the Lab Coordinator. Your teaching assistant is your instructor for the laboratory. Lab Coordinator Gabe Ording Office: 334 N. Kedzie Phone: 353-8599 e-mail: [email protected] ISB 201L Resource Room 306 N. Kedzie Phone: 432-4505 Questions: Check the following: www.angel.msu.edu Course Syllabus and Schedule: Note: The syllabus is a tentative guide to the course, but every attempt will be made to adhere to the syllabus and schedule. It is important that you read it. Required Text : The Practical Entomologist . by Rick Imes. Supplies : Text book, notebook, pencil or pen, calculator Readings : A reading relevant to the concepts covered in the course precedes every laboratory. These will either be posted on Angel or will be taken from the Imes text. Your instructor may also provide additional readings to you. You are expected to carefully read these BEFORE coming to class. Quizzes will cover this reading material. Grading : Your grade will be calculated on the basis of the total number of points earned for all assignments. Grades earned will be distributed across the following categories as indicated: Weekly In-Class Lab assignments which will receive a grade 0-3, the lowest will be dropped; Weekly Angel assignments worth 5 pts. each; Take-Home assignments worth up to 50 pts. each; “Weekly” Quizzes (20 pts. each), the lowest will be dropped. Determining your grade: 1 To determine your grade, all points earned will be added together divided by the total number of points possible and this quotient multiplied by 100 to calculate a percentage score. This percentage score will determine your grade based on the following scale....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course ISB 201L taught by Professor Fritz during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08