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Class Times for CHM11600-A Monday & Wednesday 10:30 & 11:30 am Three Fridays will be used for review sessions before the exams (see syllabus) Other Fridays may be used for make-up classes if necessary Recitation/Lab as scheduled
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CHM 116 - A Instructional Team Instructors: Dr. William Robinson Dr. Adam Wasserman Office Hours for WRR: 10:30 Tuesday, 2:30 Wednesday, or by appointment Course Coordinator: Ms. Marybeth Miller See the course packet for contact information. The packet is available in Lecture 1 or in BRWN 1144 after Lecture 1.
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Course Information Bring ALL (non-scientific) questions to BROWN 1144 (General Chemistry Office) Ms. Miller - Course Coordinator See the course packet or Blackboard for information about: Exams ADA-related Disability Accommodations Dropping the Course [University Deadlines and Lab Check-Out] Grading and Course Grade Homework and Homework Assignments Academic Integrity [Cheating: Examples and Consequences] Lectures and Laboratory (BoilerCast capture of lectures, audio & video) Getting help Failure to Check Out of Lab / Arriving Late to Check-Out
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Course Materials Text, Lab manual, etc: See the course packet. You will need your course packet in lab and an i-clicker in lecture this week Blackboard site: http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard OWL Homework site: http//:www.cengage.com/owl
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A contract between us: Your course packet, Bring your Packet to the first lab, if you loose it, a copy is available on Blackboard There will be an open book quiz on the content of the “course packet” in lab 1
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What’s on Blackboard? Grades Student PowerPoint Notes Will be posted the day before class, sometimes sooner Parts will be left out to fill out in class We recommend printing them before class, laptops are permitted ONLY for taking notes, but it is challenging to type math equations/chemical reactions Other information
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Class Etiquette No: Cell phones, pagers, iPods or other electronic devices not used for instruction Laptops: for viewing class notes only: preferred strategy is to print notes before class Why? It is distracting to you and to those surrounding you.
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OWL Homework There will be weekly assignments: Due dates are clearly indicated on the OWL Course Assignment page.
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