Click and then download the following simple text file: ex2-key.txt. Then rename the file (or not) replacing "ex2-key" with whatever you want your key pdf file to be named (shorter is better than longer and no spaces). Also change the extension from txt to pdf. Canvas needs to think it is a pdf file. Then log into Canvas and upload this tiny file to the assignment named "Exam2 KEY". After that we will be able to download your "pdf document" and names and then upload a pdf file with the KEY to your exam. For simplicity's sake, use your name as it appears on Canvas.
This is the first time we're doing this, so give us a few days to work it out!
The Navigation bar at the top of the page links to other important sites.
Finally, there is a link to a periodic table.
iClicker2: We will be using our iClickers in class every day. If you have one bring it to class on the first day. Instructions on how to register your iClicker can be found here.
eBook (cost: FREE) All of our topics are covered in our online FREE ACCESS eBook. The link can be found at the top of this page. However, I would strongly suggest you memorize it: ch302.cm.utexas.edu.
Course Pack (cost $19) You will need a printed course pack. Ideally get one for the first day. If you don't have your course pack purchased by the first class day, you can download the activity for the first day here. Print one and bring it with you to class.
Canvas (cost: $0) All learning modules this semester will be assigned in Canvas. There is a link at the top of this page. You may also be using Canvas for other courses at UT and the link is utexas.instructure.com.
Sapling Learning (cost: $25) Homework this semester will be provided by the Sapling, an online homework service (saplinglearning.com). This service will require a $25 charge per student for its use. Instructions on how to setup your account can be found here.
All regular Exams are on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 PM. Please follow the exam "protocol" that we announce the week prior to the exam.
Make SURE you have these on your calendar - there are NO MAKE-UP exams ever.
Chemistry content materials for the course can all be found on the eBook site at ch302.cm.utexas.edu .
The eBook site will help you to learn the materials. The eBook will be your main resource for content information.