PP01 - BIO 205L Laboratory Experiments in Cell &...

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BIO 205L Laboratory Experiments in Cell & Molecular Biology
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Presentation slides are placed on the web as a PDF document on the Friday prior to lectures. This document may be slightly modified during the following week if an error is detected. The presentation slides will not always be comprehensive so be sure to know what is stated in the lectures. If you wish to print the presentation slides, then you can save paper by printing the contents of multiple PDF pages on a single page. file (for example) 6 pages per sheet print Page scaling
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Instructors of Record (in order of appearance) Drs. Jerry Brand, Bill Allen, Enamul Huq The Instructors of Record are responsible for: - the overall operation of the course, - providing the Monday lectures, - preparing questions for the laboratory entrance quizzes and the practical exams at the end of the course, - assigning your final course grade at the end of the semester after all course records have been assembled and assessed. The head Instructor of Record for this year is Dr. Huq
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The Laboratory Coordinator: - heads a team that prepares and organizes the equipment and materials for laboratory exercises, - supervises the overall operation of the laboratory, - supervises various administrative issues, - handles authorization of valid laboratory switches, - assembles and organizes student attendance records, performance evaluations and exam grades. Laboratory Coordinator: Dr. Delia Brownson
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Laboratory Instructor (teaching assistant) He/she is your principal teacher and point of contact. Your Laboratory Instructor will: - be available every week during office hours and by appointment to assist you in completing the assignments for the course, - provide instructions and guidance during your work in the laboratory, - evaluate your performance every week on written assignments and in laboratory work, - assist the Instructors of Record in determining your final grade for the course. An experienced undergraduate student will assist the laboratory instructor during your performance of the exercises.
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Required Laboratory Manual for BIO 205L Laboratory Experiments in Cellular and Molecular Biology The Manual may be purchased in the Univ. Co-Op on Guadalupe Street. You must take your laboratory manual to the laboratory every week. You will not need to take it to the Monday lectures.
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Where to Obtain Information Pertaining to the Requirements and the Mechanics of BIO 205L Announcements and a digital version of hand-outs are provided during the laboratory or lecture period. This same information is accessible at the BIO 205L web site: www.sbs.utexas.edu/bio205L Secure information on the BIO 205L website can be accessed using: Username< biosci\205l > Password < !b104b3v0! > The same username and password access the laboratory computers.
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