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S10_Student_Lecture_1 - Class Times for CHM116-B Monday...

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Class Times for CHM116-B Monday & Wednesday 2:30pm, 3:30pm Three Fridays will be used for review sessions before the exams (see syllabus) Other Fridays may be used for make-up classes if necessary Recitation/Lab as scheduled
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CHM 116 - B Instructional Team Instructors: Dr. Amy Davidson Dr. William Robinson Office Hours: 11:00 – 12:00pm Tuesdays Course Supervisor: Ms. Marybeth Miller TA Supervisors: Mr. Bob Buszek Mr. Erik Epp Mr. Ben Owen
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Course Information Bring ALL (non-scientific) questions to BROWN 1144 (General Chemistry Office) Ms. Miller - Course Supervisor See the course packet or Blackboard for information about: Exams ADA-related Disability Accommodations Dropping the Course [University Deadlines and Lab Check-Out] Grading and Course Grade Homework and Homework Assignments Academic Integrity [Cheating: Examples and Consequences] Lectures and Laboratory Failure to Check Out of Lab / Arriving Late to Check-Out Appropriate dress
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Course Materials Text, Lab manual, etc: See the course packet. You will need your lab manual and iclicker this week Blackboard site: http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard OWL Homework site: http//:www.cengage.com/owl
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Your Course Packet Packet available on Blackboard NOW A Hard Copy will be distributed in LAB There will be an open book quiz on the content of the “course packet” in lab
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What’s on Blackboard? Grades Student PowerPoint Notes Will be posted late evening before class Parts may be left out to fill out in class
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OWL Homework There will be weekly assignments: Due dates are clearly indicated on the OWL Course Assignment page. You have 5 attempts to complete each question Some are tutorials and will lead you to the right answer The homework will help you prepare for the exams. Don’t look at the assignments simply as “a way to get points”. The answers may be randomized each time so be sure to re-read the question and look at each answer. Don’t assume that they are the same! You should be able to get full credit on each assignment if you are careful!!
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OWL Homework Homework score Drop lowest score Best 14 out of 15 scaled to 10 points each Typical Homework schedule Homework available Mondays on OWL Due 11 days later on Fridays You have 2 work-weeks and 1 weekend S M T W Th F S S M T W Th F S
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OWL Homework http//:www.cengage.com/owl Follow carefully the instructions in the Course Packet for doing your homework (p. 8) and on how to set up and use your OWL account (pp. 15 – 17) It is very important that your 10 digit student ID is entered correctly, or your grades will not transfer to Blackboard There will be weekly assignments: Due dates are clearly indicated on the OWL Course Assignment page.
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