Below, I have listed some common errors I often find in student assignments
1. YOUR NAME: One of the most important things on any assignment is that your name is
clearly and correctly presented at the top of the page. Some students write t
The Prisoners Dilemma
What is the Game Theory ?
is a tool for studying
strategic behavior, which
is behavior that takes into
Definition of Unemployment
the state of being out of work, especially involuntarily
An economic condition marked by the fact that individuals
at working age actively seeking jobs but un
LIN98: Oral Presentation #2 Instructions and Guidelines
Length: 3-4 minutes
Purpose: In order to practice presenting in front of a class, making PowerPoint presentations, and
explaining a definition extensively, you will create a PowerPoint pr
Final Presentation Outline (Topic 1)
o Economic Problem: The Prisoners Dilemma
-Game Theory (Oligopoly, Microeconomics)
What is a game?
o Game Theory-studying strategic behavior
o Features of a game
A) Standard: the state of being out of work, especially involuntarily
B) In Economic context:
An economic condition marked by the fact that individuals aged 15-65, working age, actively
seeking jobs but unable to find on
LIN98: Oral Presentation #1 Instructions and Guidelines
Length: ~3 to 5 minutes
Purpose: In order to practice public speaking skills and presenting in front of a class, you will introduce yourself
to the class.
In this first oral presentation,
CSlO6B Handout #24
J Zelenski Feb 11,2008
Exam strategy and tactics
The exa ~ 3 in the C8106 courses can be challenging and even a bit in 'midating.
Hopefully on have been keeping up in lecture and doing well on the as 'gnments, but
may be unsu : of how
Strategies to Prevent Plagiarism
1. Start with YOUR ideas.
a. Use an original or creative idea that came from you.
b. Read what the others say and disagree with them. For example, read the research and
come to a different conclusion.
c. Read what others s
University of California, Davis
Office of Student Judicial Affairs
When You Can and When You Cant Work with Others
Collaboration is working with another or receiving assistance from someone (e.g., a classmate, friend,
TAKING LECTURE NOTES
I. There are many reasons for taking lecture notes.
A. Making yourself take notes forces you to listen carefully and test your understanding of the material.
B. When you are reviewing, notes provide a gauge t
Manage Your Time
When it comes to studying, managing your time is of the upmost importance. You should
determine how much time spent studying is enough, which varies from student to student
and from one class to another. Continue re
Directions: With your group, answer the following questions. Be aware that the answers may not be as
simple as they seem.
1. If I have a question in lecture I should:
a. Raise my hand, even if the professor is st
Campus Glossary and Abbreviations
Academic Honesty and Integrity: A policy adopted by many colleges and universities
describing the policies regarding cheating, fabrication, plagiarism and unauthorized
Academic Probation: When a students cum
Cause or Causes
Effects, Results, or
Uses and Applications