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(*) E12 Assignments: I will try to post some of the assignment early in the week, so you can start on it. Whatever is posted by noon on Friday is the final assignment. Assignments are due Mondays by noon unless otherwise specified. They are to be turned in as a single pdf (no peg, no multiple files) on moodle If you are scanning or using your phone, please make sure that the pdf is readable.
(†) files link has link to files including PowerPoints, old exams, class handouts, MATLAB code examples from class.... This is a shared Google drive folder - you'll need to be logged in to your Swarthmore account to access it.
|Course Instructor:||Erik Cheever, Hicks 305, x8076, echeeve1, calendar
Please feel free to drop by anytime for help. If you are having trouble finding me, please send email.
|Course Time and Location:||MWF 8:30-9:20, Sci 101|
|Lab Instructor:||Firooz Aflatouni, faflato1|
|Lab Time and Location:||MW afternoon starting at 1:45 (Fist lab Jan 29th).|
|Problem session:||F 2:00-4:00, Hicks 211|
|Academic Resources Coordinator:||Ann Ruether, Hicks 307, x8081, aruethe1|
|Wizards:||7:00-9:00 Sundays in Kohlberg 116
|Text:||This course has no printed textbook. The following are on reserve:|
|Exam #1||50%||Exams count
except lowest grade which is weighted
half as much as others.
(lowest grade will be dropped)
|Homework:||We encourage you to work together on homework, but don't blindly copy another students work. You should fully understand all solutions to homework before submitting them.|
|Labs & Projects:||We expect labs to be done as a group with your lab partners. You may discuss your lab report with other groups, but you may not copy anything from their reports. Each group will submit a single report (with all members of the group listed).|
|Exams:||Exams are to be solely your own work. The format of exams may vary, but it is never permissible to seek help from another individual. Any outside sources (texts, internet) that are not explicitly allowed in the exam instructions may not be used.|
If you believe that you need accommodations for a disability, please contact Leslie Hempling in the Office of Student Disability Services (Parrish 113) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment to discuss your needs. As appropriate, she will issue students with documented disabilities a formal Accommodations Letter. Since accommodations require early planning and are not retroactive, please contact her as soon as possible. For details about the accommodations process, visit the Student Disability Service Website. You are also welcome to contact me [the faculty member] privately to discuss your academic needs. However, all disability-related accommodations must be arranged through Leslie Hempling in the Office of Student Disability Services.