IPHY3410Syllabus2011FallSaul

IPHY3410Syllabus2011FallSaul - IPHY 3410 section 001...

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1 IPHY 3410 section 001 - Introduction to Human Anatomy Lecture Syllabus (Fall, 2011) INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Leif Saul Office: TB01 - 108 (Temporary Bldg. 01 is attached to the West end of Clare Small) Phone: (303) 735-3783 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: M 3:00-3:50, F 2:00-3:00, or by appointment GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION: Meeting time: TuTh 11:00-12:15 Meeting location: Ramaley C250 Prerequisites: EBIO 1210, 1220, 1230, 1240; or equivalent sequence. COURSE OBJECTIVE: IPHY 3410, Introduction to Human Anatomy, is a 3-credit lecture course for students interested in areas related to human structure, health, and performance. A structure/function approach provides the background required to understand the material in the course, which is necessary for further study in professions such as nursing, physical therapy, sports and leisure studies, medical technology and related fields. Note : Human Anatomy Lab (IPHY 3415) is a separate course. It does not need to be taken with this course, but it is required for completion of the IPHY major and for entrance into some health-related professional programs. Taking only this lecture may not meet the requirement for these professional programs unless the lab is also taken. Consult with your advisor if you have questions about this. TEXTBOOK AND I-CLICKER: Human Anatomy (6th edition), Marieb, Wilhelm, and Mallatt —required. Note : The textbook sold new at the campus bookstore comes with two resources that are used in Human Anatomy Lab (IPHY 3415): A disc (Practice Anatomy Lab 3.0) and A Brief Atlas of the Human Body (2 nd edition). i-clicker —required. Note : You must register your clicker to obtain clicker points. See < http://www.colorado.edu/its/cuclickers/students/register.html >. WEB SITES: Useful, sometimes necessary, information and resources will be provided online at < http://www.colorado.edu/intphys/iphy3410saul > and < https://culearn.colorado.edu >. You will need your CU login name and IdentiKey password to access CULearn, which is necessary to complete the homeworks, check your scores, and obtain other resources. LECTURE NOTES: PowerPoint files will be provided on CULearn by 4 pm the day before the lecture. You should print these out and use them as an aid in note-taking. Important : Anatomy is a visual subject, and accordingly you will be asked to draw diagrams in your notes, so bring paper and pen/pencil for that purpose. Some diagrams will be provided, unlabeled, on the PowerPoint for you to label during class.
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2 DISABILITIES: If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit to the instructor a letter from Disability Services (303-492-8671, Center for Community N200, < http://www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/> ) in a timely manner so that your needs may be addressed.
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