|Lab Instructor:||Terry Sturtevant|
|Office Hours:||by appointment|
|Enrollment:||no more than 22 per lab section|
|Learning Objectives:||By the end of this course, you should be able to:||
|Lab Overview and Approach/Framework:||In the lab component of a course most
will happen through your hands-on experiences in the lab. The
documents have been chosen to give you the background you
will need to
prepare you for the labs.
The labs are the hands-on portion of the course. When leaving the laboratory ensure that your work area is left tidy and clean.
Students will work with partners. If you would prefer to work on your own, this is permissible if there are enough laboratory stations. The lab instructor should be informed of any reason for absence, such as illness, as soon as possible. Marks will be taken off for absence with no reasons.
For safety and hygiene reasons, absolutely no food or drinks are allowed in the lab. The lab should be kept tidy at all times. Please read and submit the Laboratory Safety Form.
The Lab Instructor will make alternate arrangements in case of equipment failure, holidays, illness, etc.
Lab work builds upon previous work: if you fall behind, you stay behind, so keep on top of things. If you are taking too much time to do your work, then you didn't understand something, you didn't remember something, or you don't know how to handle a tool. Get help immediately!
Labs start the first week of classes
Attendance is taken at all lab sessions.
ALWAYS BE ON TIME!!
At the end of this course you will get a detailed, anonymous evaluation to fill out, where you can indicate your opinion on many aspects of the labs. This is one of the most important resources to help me improve the labs each time I teach them.
There are different types of assessment that will
happen in this course;
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