MAE170-09 syllabus_first handout_Sep27_2010-2

You will get your lab reports and homework back

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they will be considered late if they are submitted more than 10 minutes after the session starts. You will get your lab reports and homework back within one week of submission. The in-lab quizzes will be administered within 5 minutes of the beginning of the lab. (NO make-up quizzes if you are late!) i.e., BE ON TIME! LabVIEW VIs: An important part of this class includes the preparation of LabVIEW VIs (Virtual Instruments) to acquire data using a PC and data acquisition card. We have an agreement with the National Instruments to use the program online for educational purposes. The software can be found in the EBU-II computer labs. Lab Reports/Notebooks: In depth discussion of lab reports will be during Lecture 2 Lab reports must be neatly prepared using a word processor and must be stapled – no handwritten lab reports, no paper clips are acceptable. There is a maximum of 4 pages for the body of the report. Longer reports will be penalized. You are also required to submit an electronic version of your lab report to your TA (without lab book pages). Each person (n ot each group ) is required to have their own lab notebook with carbon copies, and staple the copies from each book to the back of their reports as an Appendix. For data taken electronically, make notes about the experimental condition, filename, etc. Graphs should be taped or stapled into lab books. Before the lab, you should write in the lab book a few paragraphs about the procedure and what you expect will happen. Your TA will come by to check each person’s understanding and to check each Notebook to make sure that your lab book includes all of the proper
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preparation and subsequent data. Your TA or staff member must sign-off your lab book before you/your partner leaves Lab reports without appended data and/or lab notebooks that are not up to standards may result in SEPARATE lab reports written by members of a group.
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University of California policies on Academic Integrity will be s trictly enforced. Please talk with the instructors if you have any questions or observe any questionable behavior. Details on the University policies may be found on the web here:
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