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Unformatted text preview: Cell Biology 3400 Instructors Marcus Fechheimer Vinny Starai Haini Ni Cai Hengli Wang Sarah Reiff eLC https://www.elc.uga.edu/webct/entryPageIns.dowebct My Id and Passsword Study Notes Before Coming to Class The notes that are posted are not complete. There are questions and discussions and additions to the notes in class. Attendance at lectures will improve your learning. Overview of Syllabus Goals Learn as much as you can Have fun DEVELOP SKILLS Grading Quizzes Examples of old quizzes on eLC Bonus Questions Review Questions Honor’s Option Optional Term Paper Review Sessions Weekly Before quiz Attend lecture and ask questions Critical thinking is treasured in this class How to Study for Cell Biology: Active Studying Print and Study Lecture Before Class Read Assigned Text Before Class Come to Class, take notes, and study again after lecture Study text, and merge lecture with text Note questions as you study (Cornell Method) Form Study groups Do Review questions Attend review sessions Use old exams to test yourself Write and/or explain what you have learned with no notes Three hours per day should suffice Study more as needed Come see us if you have problems. Do not wait. What is cell biology? What are cells? Experiments are the basis of our knowledge!...
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