CH204_Syllabus_spring_2011 - CH 204 Introduction to...

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1 CH 204 – Introduction to Chemical Practice Spring 2011 Instructor: Dr. Donna C. Lyon Office: WEL 5.220B Phone: (512) 471-4504 E-mail: Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 12:00 – 1:00PM COURSE WEB PAGE (Blackboard): The course web site has announcements and useful information. It also has a TA list with e-mail addresses and a listing of TA office hours. Although you will have a Blackboard link for your lab section, the course materials will be posted under the Master Class Morning Spring 2011 link (all morning lab sections are compiled into this link) and Master Class Afternoon Spring 2011 link (all afternoon lab sections are compiled into this link). Your individual TA will communicate with you through your section link. To enter Blackboard, use the URL above, enter you EID and password. QUEST HOMEWORK SYSTEM : / The Quest homework system will be used to administer and submit answers for post-lab assignments. All quizzes will be taken through Quest. The course grades for all assignments will also be available on this Website. To access this course in Quest: 1. Enter your UT EID 2. Make sure your browser is supported (read the help topics for information concerning your browser if you are unable to register in Quest for this course) 3. When you view "My Courses", if you don't see any courses listed, click "Enroll in new course". a. Use the course unique number for your lab section and enter this when prompted. Dr. Lyon will be notified that you want to register, and you will see a status message indicating that your enrollment is pending. 4. Viewing and submitting your assignment. a. Choose My Courses to view your course listings, and then choose a course to see the assignments associated with that course. b. Click on an individual assignment to see problems and a form to submit your answers. Problems have many different variations, so your assignment will be different from another student in your class. All assignments have due dates and the solutions for the assignments will be available after the due date has passed. 5. Located at the top of the assignments page is a toolbar with a” help” link. a. Under “help” there are several links to information regarding browser support, numbers (how to enter scientific notation), number of answer submissions allowed for questions on post-lab assignments, how negative points are determined and how to register an iclicker for your course. READ this information! Prerequisite: Students registered for this course must have taken CH302 or equivalent or must be enrolled in CH302 concurrently with CH204.
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2 Students, enrolled in CH302, who decide to drop CH302 before or on the final drop date without possible academic penalty, must also drop CH204. The concepts associated with many of the lab procedures during the second half of the semester are covered in the second semester of general chemistry. If you have not remained in CH302 long enough to learn these concepts, you will not
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2011 for the course CH 204 taught by Professor Leytner during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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CH204_Syllabus_spring_2011 - CH 204 Introduction to...

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