CHEM N3AL- Summer Session_LPA - UC Berkeley CHEM N3AL(June...

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UC Berkeley: CHEM N3AL (June 21-August 13) Learning Preparedness Assessment CHEM N3AL – Organic Chemistry Laboratory is a hybrid course, meaning there are twice weekly on- campus labs and online lectures and discussion forums. You will need to be present in both the campus and online classrooms to be successful. Please note, this course moves very quickly and you are expected to spend 8hrs a week (4hrs per lab) plus the time required to complete online course requirements (lectures, discussions, and write a pre-lab and lab report). 1. Textbook “Understanding the Principles of Organic Chemistry. A Laboratory Experience.” Steven F. Pedersen and Arlyn M. Myers. (ISBN-13: 978-0495829935) Organic Chemistry Laboratory Notebook. Steven F. Pedersen, Jesse H. Pedersen. Both books are available at Ned’s Berkeley Bookstore, 2476 Bancroft Way or at the Cal Student Store . Notes: _______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Computer Requirements Windows XP or Mac OS X capabilities Supported browsers are Internet Explorer (7.x or higher) for PCs and Firefox (3.x or higher) Sun Java Runtime Environment installed JavaScript enabled Be sure that your browser accepts cookies from the originating server Highspeed Internet is highly recommended – with dialup, PPT presentations and web video will be very slow Instructor requires the use of speakers, as well as video capability
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