|Lynn J. Fancher, Instructor||Office Hours|
|IC3113d||Monday: 10-12 pm|
|942-2127||Tuesday: 10-12 pm|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Wednesday: 10-12 pm|
|Mailbox: IC 3028||Thursday: 10-12 pm|
|Friday: 11 am-1 pm|
For a topical outline of this course and chapter references from the textbook, go here.
For Study Guides for this course, go here.
|Grading Scale||Class Assignments|
|90% - 100% = A||3 Exams: 300 points|
|80% - 89.9% = B||Article Reports: 80 points|
|70% - 79.9% = C||Practice Report: 10 points|
|60% - 69.9% = D||Lab Assignments: TBA|
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Exams: All exams will be short answer/essay style. There will be three exams, worth a total of 300 points. Exams will cover both lecture and lab materials. Missing any exam without replacing it will be grounds for failing this class. The last exam may not be made up.Missed exams: Follow this link for the procedure to follow if you miss an exam. The most important things to remember are:
Labs: Attendance in lab is required. You are expected to be in class, on time, for every lab period of the quarter. Quizzes on lecture material will frequently be given in the first 10 minutes of lab. These quizzes may not be made up and may not be taken late; if you are late to class, you will miss them. Sufficient lab absences will be grounds for failure in this class. Lab reports and assignments will be discussed as the quarter progresses. Most lab reports must be typed.
Reading: You will be required to read and analyze nine articles during the quarter. Follow the link for details of these assignments.
Facts of Life: Go here to check out some important vital statistics of this class.