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Unformatted text preview: • BIO 100: The Living World (Fall 2010) M/W/F - 10:45-11:35 am (MUR 201) & 12:55-1:45 pm (MUR 101) Lecture instructors: Dr. Julie MUSTARD email: [email protected] Office: ISTB-1 Room 318 Hours: M/W 2-3 pm on scheduled lecture days or by appointment Dr. David PEARSON email: [email protected] Office: LSA 276, Phone 9655 839 Hours: M/W/F 1:45 2:30 (on scheduled lecture days) or by appointment email: [email protected] Course and Lab Coordinator: Ms. Heather SCOTT Office: LSA L20, Phone: 9659 531 (email is best) Office hours: M/W 9:15 - 10:15 am, or by appointment email: [email protected] Please address all questions regarding missing lab or missing exam scores, or other bookkeeping matters to Heather Scott. She can also help with contentrelated questions but please feel free to visit your instructors with those questions as well. RECOMMENDED lecture texts: Lawson, A.E. Biology: An Inquiry Approach . KendallHunt Publishing. Various other biology textbooks will be placed on reserve at Noble Science library. Either the 1st or 2nd edition will work. REQUIRED lab text: Lawson, A. E. Exploring the Living World: A laboratory Manual REQUIRED : You are required to purchase ("rent") a Turning Point (TP) transceiver (clicker), available at the ASU bookstore. We do not support "virtual clicker" ( laptops /smart phones) only the hand held clickers. NOTE : if you are using this system in other classes, you need buy only one hand held clicker for all your classes. Any problems with TP clicker malfunctions please contact clickers.asu.edu. Class Contract: Your instructors, course coordinator, and teaching assistant will be available to answer any questions you have about the course. We are ready and eager to help. Your instructors' office hours are listed on the first page of the syllabus and on our web site. As far as we are concerned, there is no such thing as a stupid question. Don't let things slide. Ask for assistance if you need it. We pledge to come to class on time, to finish on time, to give as good a lecture as we are able, and to treat you with due respect for whatever concerns you might have. In return, we ask that you respect your fellow students and us by proper inclass etiquette. Lap Top Policy : Laptops may be used during lectures. To avoid distraction of nearby students however, laptop users must sit in the last two rows of the lecture hall . Laptop computers may not be used in the laboratory . Please, do NOT talk during the lectures. Please, do NOT come late to lectures or leave early from them. Please, do NOT play games on your lap tops during lecture. Please, turn off your cell phones and beepers before coming to class. By enrolling in this class, you are agreeing to honor these requests....
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