|Texts and supplies:
||All students must have an
e-mail account and have access to Moodle. Periodically, vital
information will be sent via e-mail through Moodle.
|The following information is very important and
should be carefully noted by each student.
||Laboratories will be held according to the schedule that follows in the manual.
||It is expected that all students will attend all Chem
211 laboratory sessions and lectures on time. Prompt, regular attendance is mandatory. It
is also expected that all students will be able to stay for each laboratory period in its
entirety. Make-up labs will be permitted only in extreme circumstances.
Attendance will be taken in lab lecture.
||Basis for Grading:
||Quiz(Best score with 3% bonus if other score is competent)
||Lab Note Book
PLEASE NOTE: While the figures above represent the
breakdown of the laboratory grade, the laboratory grade will constitute 30% of the
composite lecture/lab final grade. The lecture grade will constitute the other 70%.
||Supplemental materials such as exam answers, practice
problems and spectra can be found on Moodle and through links this web site.
||In accordance with the BMC Honor Code, all
laboratory reports must be written independently. While you are encouraged to ask
for basic guidance from your instructors and peers, group work while writing
the reports or study of "old" lab reports is not acceptable.
||Similar rules as above apply to taking laboratory
exams. Exams must be taken independently, without consulting peers or course
materials. Possession of "old" exams
other than those provided by the instructor is unacceptable.
||Lab will only run for approximately 3 and one-half hours..
||Laboratory work is not permitted on the weekends.
||Beyond the free extension given in the lab manual, all
other extensions require the joint approval of a dean and Dr. Nerz-Stormes.