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Stat350W08syllabus - Statistics 350 Syllabus Winter 2008...

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Page 1 Statistics 350 Syllabus Winter 2008 All Course Materials will be available through a common CTOOLS site for Stats 350. Instructors Anil Gore Lecture Section 1: TTH 11:30 – 1 pm, 140 Lorch Lecture Section 3: MWF 10 - 11 am, MLB Aud 3 Office: 464 West Hall Office telephone number: 763-3506 e-mail: [email protected] Tom Venable Lecture Section 6: MWF 12- 1 pm, AH Aud A Office: 438 West Hall Office telephone number: 764-5493 e-mail: [email protected] Brenda Gunderson Lecture Section 2: TTH 1 – 2:30 pm, 140 Lorch Lecture Section 4: MWF 1 – 2 pm, MLB Aud 4 Office: 445A West Hall Office telephone number: 615-2830 e-mail: [email protected] Herle McGowan Lecture Section 5: Tu 6 – 9 pm, 1230 USB Office: 258 West Hall e-mail: [email protected] Labs, Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs), Office Hours Students have to enroll in exactly one of the six lecture sections and in exactly one of the 50 lab sections. During the lectures, the instructors will present the main bulk of the material. During the labs, the GSIs will discuss examples, answer questions, and introduce the students to SPSS, a computer program for statistical data analysis. The labs meet in computer lab classrooms (held in 444-A, B, or D Mason Hall) right by the Angell Hall Computer Courtyard. The first labs will meet the week of January 7 th . Attendance to labs is required and you must attend the lab for which you are enrolled. All Stat 350 GSIs will have office hours. A schedule will be posted on CTools after the beginning of the term.
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Page 2 Material to be Purchased by Students 1. Textbook Bundle: Required – don’t need to bring it to lecture/lab but readings and homework will be assigned from it and many good examples. Mind on Statistics (MOS), 3 rd Edition ; ISBN 0495476781 Authors: Utts and Heckard, Duxbury, 2006 * text is same as used in Fall07 Bundled with Mind on Statistics Student CD (review questions, outlines, data sets – data sets needed will also be posted on Ctools ), a 1-Pass Card (for access to ThomsonNOW, vMentor Tutoring, and Infotrac -- not required but provides additional review material ), a Stat 350 yellow formula card ( the formula pages can be printed from the CTools site and the tables are from the textbook ), and the SPSS Student version 15.0 software CD ( available for PC only; but the full version of SPSS on all campus machines; version 14.0 used last year is fine too ).
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