Click and then download the following simple text file: tiny.txt. Then rename the file (or not) replacing "tiny" 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.
NEW RULE: I will ignore any file bigger than 1 kB. I might even ignore anything over 20 bytes. The "tiny.txt" file here is 2 bytes.
LOGIN to Canvas and upload this tiny file to the assignment named "Exam3 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. This is really not that difficult. I know you can do it.
We are looking for UnderGraduate Learning Assistants (UGLA) to work with CH301 in the fall of 2014. We have five different sections that will make use of UGLAs to facilitate active learning in class. If you love chemistry and are eager to help other students, we would love to have your join our team.
What do you get out of it?
How can I be part of this team? You need to apply.
What will be required of me? You will need to be able to help out in one CH301 for the entire semester. In addition to class, you will need to attend a two "pre-class" meetings each week.
Who should apply? People eager to help others learn. (Having a good grasp on the chemistry (A/A-) in CH301 is not a bad thing either).
Who should not apply? People unwilling to speak to others. People who can never make it to class. People who remember taking CH301 but aren't sure they can remember any of it because they didn't do that great. etc...
*Please note that we will do our best to consider your class time preferences but we will need to spread out our learning assistants according to everyone's schedule availability. In addition, we do not necessarily have space in the program to accomodate everyone that applies.
The deadline to apply is Monday April 21st at 5pm.
The Navigation bar at the top of the page links to other important sites.
Finally, there is a link to a periodic table.
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.