ISB_208L_FS07_Syllabus_3 - Integrative Studies in...

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ISB 208L  Fall 2007 Integrative Studies in Biological Science Laboratory and Recitation My GTA’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. Questions:  Check the following:  www.angel.msu.edu ISB 208L Resource Room 104 N. Kedzie 432-4905 Lab Coordinator : Dr. Todd Tarrant Office: 100 N. Kedzie Phone:  Phone:  432-9285 e-mail:  [email protected] 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:  Fall 2007-08 edition of ISB 208L:  Applications in Biological Science  Laboratory Manual       by Todd Tarrant and Larry Besaw,  Publisher:  Hayden-McNeil Supplies:  Notebook, pencil or pen, calculator, and the lab manual Readings:  A reading relevant to the concepts covered in the course precedes most  laboratory exercises.  There may be additional readings provided by your instructor.  You are expected to complete all readings  BEFORE  coming to class.  Quizzes are  cumulative, covering assigned reading material, previous laboratory exercises, and  lecture material. Grading:   Your grade will be calculated on the total number of points earned for all  assignments.  Grades earned will be distributed across the following categories:  Weekly In-Class Lab assignments , will receive a grade 0-10 the lowest of which will  be dropped;  Quizzes , (30 points each), the lowest of which will be dropped; and  several  Take-Home Exercises (varying points as listed on the assignment rubric  or description) .    Please note that GTA lab instructors are available throughout the  1
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semester and during finals week to help you with any assignments, questions, or to  discuss any concerns you have regarding the course.  N ote:  You may not drop the  lowest score on take-home assignments.
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