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 Electronic Delivery of Instruction

  • Information about the course will largely be disseminated through this website
  • Course slides for each week of lecture are available on this website for downloading 
  • The DVD produced by the instructor that contain the multimedia modules will be used as important teaching material
  • The DVDs will be distributed in the class to the students free of charge and they should be returned to the instructor immediately after making one legal copy for personal use by the student
  • Students are required to bring a headphone with a volume control to each class meeting
  • A USB flash disk with a minimum of 512M Bytes of storage space is recommended for downloading newer multimedia lecture modules
  • Duration of class meetings may be reduced by an appropriate time period to facilitate Technology Mediated Learning (TML)

 Examinations and Grading

  • The cumulative grade is composed of individual grades from the three examinations and the project work
  • The letter grade is assigned based on a curve representing the distribution of the cumulative score
  • The two midterm examinations will be held on the 4th and 7th weeks of the quarter respectively
  • The final examination will be held on the date and time printed in the class schedule
  • A cheat-sheet is allowed for both the mid-term and the final examinations
  • A make-up examination is not normally offered

 Class Project

  • A group project is to be completed where the end result would be a group presentation and the submission of the presentation slides in electronic form
  • Project presentations are scheduled for the ninth and tenth weeks of the quarter 
  • The presentation slides are to be submitted immediately after the in-class presentation
  • The report is to be submitted on CD containing the PowerPoint slides or made available on a flash disk to be downloaded to the instructor's flash disk
  • The site addresses of all the websites referenced in the project must be included in the report and the references used in the presentation must all be clearly acknowledged on the slides

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