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ECE 362 Microprocessor System Design and Interfacing Spring 2012 -1- LABORATORY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 1. Policies ° You must consistently attend the lab division for which you have officially registered ° Lab division changes will not be possible after the first week of classes ° Any "illegal" or unethical use of the lab equipment or facilities will result in a FAILING GRADE for the course ° All documents pertaining to lab are posted on the course web site – it is the responsibility of each student to print his/her own copy of these materials in preparation for lab ° Abuse of lab printers and waste of paper will not be tolerated — failure to abide by these rules will result in loss of printing privileges! ° Before printing anything, you should: ± Promptly pick up all printed output ± Promptly recycle discarded output 2. Rules and Regulations ° The lab facility may only be used by students officially enrolled in ECE 362. If you provide entry to anyone not enrolled in the course, you will lose access to the lab outside of scheduled lab hours.
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