1 Math 1314 (3:3:0) Online College Algebra Mathematics Department Division of Arts and Sciences South Plains College Spring 2011 Ms. Jo Beth Horney
2 Math 1314 (3:3:0) Online College Algebra Spring 2011 Please Print for Quick Reference Online Disclaimer This is to notify you that materials you may be accessing in chat rooms, bulletin boards, or unofficial Web pages are not officially sponsored by South Plains College. The United States Constitution guarantees the right of free speech. This right applies to all members of our community regardless of the medium used. We disclaim all liability for data, information, or opinions expressed in these forums. Instructor Information Name Jo Beth Horney Address Once class begins, all must be sent/received via Blackboard. Blackboard Web Site (Bookmark this site) The first time you log into Blackboard you may be asked to change your password. PLEASE WRITE DOWN YOUR PASSWORD! Course Description This course provides a standard course in college-level algebra. A survey of algebra topics is included. This course is designed primarily for liberal arts majors, but students in the sciences will find the course an excellent review of algebra concepts before proceeding on to higher mathematics courses. All graded homework for this course is conducted online (see Assignment Policy). Extensive use of the Internet is used to access course material. How This Course Is Conducted This course is an online course, which means that you will access course information and respond to me and/or other students through the use of the Internet. I use Blackboard to deliver and manage this course. Blackboard is a software package that was written to help manage online courses. There are Blackboard Student Tutorials to you to the right of your Blackboard class list under Campus Bookmarks. I encourage all students to view these tutorials. Just a few minutes of your time will acquaint you with and make you feel more comfortable using Blackboard.
3 Course Outcomes Upon completion of this course and receiving a passing grade, the student will master at least 70% of the course objectives. To complete these objectives, the student must already be prepared to factor algebraic expressions, reduce, add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify rational expressions, and simplify, add, subtract, multiply, and divide exponential and radical expressions. The course objectives the student will be able to master are: 1. Find solutions for: linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations (by factoring, extraction of roots, completing the square, quadratic formula, and graphing), quadratic type equations, radical equations, higher order polynomials and inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, logarithm and exponential equations 2. Translate word statements into mathematical statements and solve 3. Recognize a function given any of the three forms (set of ordered pairs, equations, or graph) 4. Determine the domain and range of functions 5. Write equations of lines and circles given pertinent information 6. Identify the basic characteristics of the graphs of polynomial functions and sketch the graphs 7. Find the solutions for systems of equations and systems of inequalities by using one or more of the following techniques: elimination, substitution, graphing, Cramer's Rule, Gauss-Jordan Elimination, matrix algebra 8. Expand a binomial raised to an integral power Required Materials MyMathLab Student Access Kit This Kit is at either SPC Bookstore (Levelland campus or Reese Center) or online at: YwK2sQ! To begin purchasing online, you will need the Instructor's Course ID given in the MyMathLab information. Detailed information about MyMathLab follows. Do not use this link if you plan to purchase a hard-copy textbook. Before you purchase a hard-copy textbook, please know that the entire textbook (including answers to the odd-numbered exercises) is via MyMathLab. This means that you can opt NOT to purchase a hard copy of the textbook and purchase only the Student Access Kit. Most students prefer to have a math textbook in hand, so please read the textbook information under Optional Materials before you purchase. TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus, or TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Graphing Calculator You MUST have a graphing calculator for this class. If you own another brand or model of calculator, you may not be able to perform many of the calculator tasks presented in this course. You use these other calculators at your own risk. I will provide neither tutoring nor alternate assignments for you due to the use of an alternate calculator. The Lecture Notes that I have written for this course contain screen shots of the TI-83 model calculator. All TI-83 and TI-84 models look and work identically to the one illustrated in the Lecture Notes. Other models and brands are quite different and should not be used for this class. Any calculator solving and/or checking technique shown in the Lecture Notes are "fair game" on tests. You may use and are many times required to use these techniques on tests.
4 I encourage you to purchase your Student Access Kit (either with or without the hard copy textbook) immediately to register for this class online. Do not wait until class begins to start purchasing your materials. Class begins on January 18th. This means that you should be ready to do math on January 18th. Get your materials early, and be ready! Things You Need In Order To Register in MyMathLab Student Access Code (in the Student Access Kit) Instructor's Course ID for non-dual credit students: horney21492 Instructor's Course ID for Dual credit students: horney02895 South Plains College Zip Code: Personal Address Your Blackboard will not work for MyMathLab. You must use your SPC address for MyMathLab. Instructions for locating and accessing your personal SPC account are included in this syllabus. Follow These Steps For A Painless Registration Procedure Go to and click the yellow Register button under Students on the right. Follow the on-screen instructions to enter your Student Access Code, the appropriate Instructor's Course ID, your SPC address as contact information, and to create a Login Name and Password. Capitalize the first letter of your last name and first name when you register. Please write down this information for future reference. After you have registered and enrolled, you are ready to login to your MyMathLab course. Until the first day of class, you will not have access to actual course materials, but you will be able to access the Browser Check. To Log In And Access Your Course in MyMathLab Go to and click the Log In button. Enter the Login Name and Password you created during registration. You will be taken to CourseCompass. This is the online learning environment for MyMathLab. From the MyPearson page, simply click the name of your course to begin exploring MyMathLab! Course name for non-dual credit students: Math Online College Algebra (Spring 2011) Course name for Dual credit students: Math Dual Credit Online College Algebra (Spring 2011) Links to this login page are provided in each Learning Module within Blackboard. Once you have logged in and accessed your course, the first order of business is to do the Browser Check. This wizard will test for and install the required plug-ins so that MyMathLab works properly on your computer. If you fail to do this, none of the homework problems will appear on your computer. You must do the Browser Check on every computer on which you plan to use MyMathLab. Logging Into Your Course in Blackboard Under no circumstances are you allowed to give your User IDs and/or passwords to anyone (for either Blackboard or MyMathLab). If someone other than you logs into this course, I will withdraw you immediately from the course with an "F" regardless of the reason. You are NOT allowed to take this course at the same time as a roommate or a brother, sister, parent, spouse, or significant other (whether you live with them or not). If I find this is the case, both of you will be withdrawn from the course with an "F." The only exception to this sibling policy is for dual credit high school students.
5 Optional Materials College Algebra (5th edition) by Robert Blitzer This textbook is in multimedia e-form as a part of MyMathLab. If you prefer to own a hard copy, please purchase a NEW textbook and check to make sure that the MyMathLab Student Access Kit (Required Materials) is included. SPC Student Accounts Did you know that you have a South Plains College account? The following information will help you find your address and instruct you how to check your SPC . You must use this address when you register for MyMathLab. To find your SPC address Log into Campus Connect. Underneath your picture find the SPC Domain Username. (You can also look in your Demographic Data under Student Information to find your full address.) The SPC Domain Username is the first part of your address. Look at it carefully so you will see how it was created (this helps to remember it) first initial, first 11 letters of your last name, and last 4 digits of your student ID number. In some cases, your username might be a duplicate of someone else's so your middle initial might be used after your first initial then only the first 10 letters of your last name plus the last 4 digits of your student ID number. If this username is still not unique then a random digit will be added after the first 8 letters of your last name. Whatever the case, the Domain Username will never be more than 16 letters and/or digits. Do not forget to include the word "students" after addressed as will be returned as undeliverable. Your address: How to check your SPC SPC student is accessed via Outlook Web Access (OWA). Open a web browser and type the address I suggest that you bookmark this page. A logon window will appear. The Domain\user name is: SPC\your SPC Domain Username (the first part of your address). The password is the same as your Campus Connect password. Spend a few minutes clicking around to see all of the features of OWA. It is a pretty neat program. If you wish to change your password, click Options (bottom left corner) and scroll down to the Password section. If you change the password here, your Campus Connect password WILL NOT CHANGE. You will need to remember two different passwords. I encourage you to change your password here. Be aware that if your password expires, you will be prompted to choose a new password. At that time, you will be forced to choose a different password in order to access your SPC . There are other settings in the Options area that you might want to adjust for your personal use. Why use your SPC address You MUST use your SPC address for MyMathLab. Also...you probably have several professors who have asked for an e- mail address from you. Wouldn't it be nice to receive all of your SPC in the same place? You don't have to worry about any accidentally being filtered into a Junk folder and missing that important from a professor. This provides secure, virtually SPAM-free . Academic Integrity It is the aim of the faculty of South Plains College to foster a spirit of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. Any student who attempts to present any work as their own which he or she has not honestly performed should expect serious consequences, possibly suspension. Students should refer to the SPC General Catalog policy regarding consequences for cheating and plagiarism (see "Academic Integrity" as well as "Student Conduct" sections in the college catalog).
7 Assignment Policy Graded homework assignments for each section of the course are located in Do Homework on MyMathLab. These problems are chosen as representative of the basic concepts presented in the sections. These questions will not adequately prepare you for the tests. They are just starting points for the topics. A more comprehensive assignment will be given for each section from the textbook exercises. These assignments can be found at the end of each set of Lecture Notes. Lecture Notes are located within the Learning Modules in Blackboard. The textbook exercises will not be turned in or graded. After completing the Do Homework in MyMathLab for a grade, you should work the textbook problems on your own for a more complete understanding of the topics. I will assign only odd-numbered problems from the textbook exercises so that you can check your answers in the back of the textbook. If you do not have a hard-copy textbook, the answers for the odd-numbered problems can be found in MyMathLab in the Answers to Selected Exercises link in the ebook. Online homework can be submitted multiple times (until the assignment deadline). If you miss a question, please redo that question until you succeed. You should settle for nothing less than 100% on each online homework assignment. It is not necessary to report your homework scores to me. MyMathLab automatically saves your homework scores in a gradebook for me. After each homework session, click the Submit button to insure that your score is saved correctly. Homework is grouped together by units. Check the Class Calendar in Blackboard for each unit's homework deadline. You will no longer have access to those homework sections at that time. Although the MyMathLab servers are rarely down, Pearson does schedule routine maintenance and upgrades from time-to-time. Pay close attention to all announcements on your MyPearson page in MyMathLab. Pearson will provide plenty of notice of when to expect an outage. Expect NO access to your homework assignments or tests during an outage. If routine maintenance and/or an upgrade is scheduled at the same time as a homework or test deadline, you must be aware of this and makes plans to submit all homework assignments and/or tests BEFORE the outage occurs. No deadlines will be extended due to routine maintenance or upgrade outages on MyMathLab. It is your responsibility to stay informed and to work ahead as needed. Attendance Policy Because this is an online class, you must access the course in Blackboard on a regular basis. Logging into MyMathLab is not sufficient for attendance purposes. Accessing and studying the Lecture Notes provided in the Learning Modules in Blackboard are extremely important in order to master the objectives of the class. You will feel more at ease with the material if you use the Lecture Notes in Blackboard in conjunction with your textbook. I strongly recommend that you log into Blackboard at least three days a week to check for from me. Sometimes I will ask you to reply to an . You should do so promptly. Many times the s are merely informational. This information is important, or I would not send the . Every Monday beginning with Week 2 (January 24 th ) you must check into class by sending me in Blackboard. In order to check in correctly, create a new message (do not recycle a previous check-in) whose Subject line is "Week 1 Check-in" or "Week 2 Check-in" or "Week 3 Check-in," etc. Use the Class Calendar in Blackboard to count the weeks correctly so that your check-in reflects the correct week for which you are checking-in. Send this message to me only...not the entire class. In the body of the message, please tell me how you are doing. I wish to know how things are going for you in the course. Follow these directions! You will not receive attendance credit for the week if your is not formatted correctly or if you do not update me on your progress. Just saying, I m doing good, will not cut it. I will send insufficient check-ins back to you for correction. Spend just a few minutes typing an informative about what is going on with you as far as this math class is concerned. Check-ins are due on Mondays unless Monday is an official holiday (check the Class Calendar). If Monday is a holiday, the check-in that week is due on Tuesday. There is a two-day grace period for checking in. This means that you will receive attendance credit for the week if you check in on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday by 11:59pm. If you have not checked in by this time, you will be counted absent for the week. Please note this on your personal calendar so you will remember to check in. A check-in is not required during the week of Spring Break. Expect to spend a great deal of time with this course. Most students find that doing some math every single day is the best way to maintain continuity and to stay caught up. The pace is fast. Prepare yourself. The Class Calendar in Blackboard is designed to assist you in staying on track.
8 Withdrawal If you are administratively withdrawn from this class, the grade for the course will be (at my discretion) either an "X," "U," or "F." Administrative withdrawal will occur if you fail to submit two tests (see Test-Taking) or if you miss three consecutive Monday Check-ins in Blackboard and if your work in MyMathLab indicates that you have stopped participating in class. If you wish to withdraw from this class for any reason, you must initiate the appropriate steps on your own. To withdraw from this class, me in Blackboard with your drop request. I will send you an in Blackboard giving my permission for you to drop the course. You should print this , take it with you to the registrar's office either on the Levelland campus or the Reese Center campus, fill out a drop notification form, and pay $5. If you live too far away to drive to Levelland or the Reese Center, notify me in Blackboard of your desire to drop. I will send you an in Blackboard giving my permission for you to drop the course. You should print this , type and print a note to the registrar indicating your wish to drop the class, mail both my and your note along with a check or money order for $5 to South Plains College using this address: Office of the Registrar South Plains College 1401 College Ave. Levelland, TX In your drop note, please include your full legal name, student ID number, the course number including the section, and a short note detailing your request to be withdrawn from the class. Dual credit high school students must initiate withdrawal through their high school counselors. High school students may not drop the course on their own. Throughout the Course All general discussion will be conducted in Blackboard. Any question or comment should be sent using Blackboard . Please check your Blackboard regularly (I suggest at least three times a week) for class reminders and announcements. If I request a reply from you, please reply promptly. If you do not enjoy reading or hesitate to send , you should reconsider your plans to take Online College Algebra. is our only means of regular communication. Online is no place for you if you refuse to correspond regularly via . Because Blackboard is limited in its ability to handle math symbols easily, I may reply to your math questions via your alternate address. The preferences on your computer should be set so that you can receive in html format. Html format allows me to send replies to your math questions in good mathematical form. Contact With Professor Horney Office Hours This class is conducted asynchronously which means that there is no set class time when we all must meet together online. If you need online, live-action assistance, we can arrange to meet in a Chat Room in Blackboard at both of our conveniences. Send me in Blackboard letting me know that you need to meet. Please give me at least two times that are convenient for you to meet. I will reply to your with the time that is most convenient for me. During the regular fall and spring semesters and once my schedule is set, I will post my physical office hours on the home page of Blackboard. You are welcome to call or visit me at either of my offices during my posted office hours. I will have no physical office hours during the summer session. Response Times Generally I am online everyday. I will do my best to respond to your within 24 hours of receipt. If I leave town, this response time may increase. I will notify you if I get behind or leave town so that you can expect a slower turn-around time. Please do not wait until the last minute to do homework or to ask questions before a test. You must plan on allowing a reasonable amount of time for me to respond to your questions. If you wait until the last minute, your questions may not be answered by the homework or test deadline.
9 Grading Policy Your final grade will be calculated as follows: Test 1 15% Test 2 15% Test 3 20% Test 4 15% Test 5 20% Homework Average 15% Your final course grade is based on the usual grade distribution: A ( ) B ( ) C ( ) D ( ) F (59.4 0) Work hard throughout the semester. I do not curve test grades for any reason. I also do not allow any one student to be a special case. Do not ask for extra points or for me to bump up your grade at the end of the course. You must earn all points that you receive. There are no "freebies." You may access your homework and test grades in MyMathLab by clicking the Gradebook button. At test time and after the deadline for homework assignments, I will transfer your cumulative homework average to the gradebook (called My Grades) in Blackboard. After each test deadline, I will review your test. The purpose of this review is to make sure that it was graded fairly. The grading program in MyMathLab does award partial credit but not as liberally as I would like. Many times I think a student has earned more credit than the program has allowed, so your test grade may improve as a result of the review. Once all tests have been reviewed, your test grade will be transferred to Blackboard as well. MyMathLab will keep a cumulative homework average for you, so you will always know what your current homework average is. After each unit is finished and grades have been transferred, I will instruct you how to calculate your current overall average. I strongly suggest that you contact your Academic Advisor to determine what minimum grade is required of you in this course. Generally, a "D" will not transfer and may not count for credit for some majors. Please find out in advance what grade you must achieve so that you will not be disappointed at the end of the semester. Test-Taking All five tests in this course are administered online via MyMathLab. To access a test, login to MyMathLab, click the link for our course, and choose the 6th button (Take a Test). Tests are password protected. Each test will have a different password that I will to you in Blackboard the day before the test is released. The tests are timed. You will have four hours (240 minutes) to complete each test. Tests must be taken in one sitting. Plan ahead. Make sure you have four uninterrupted hours to complete a test. You may not need all four hours, but you will want to schedule the full amount of time just in case you do need it. The tests are not printable. You must remain connected to the Internet and logged into MyMathLab for the duration of each test. Dual credit high school students: You may not take tests on your own. You are required to take your tests in the presence of a proctor. Your high school principal will assign a reliable person to proctor your tests. Generally, this person is your class facilitator. At test time, you and your proctor should schedule a 4-hour block of time for testing. Once you and your proctor have decided when your test shall occur, please send me an containing this information. Your proctor will know the test passwords. It is critical that you use a reliable computer with a trustworthy Internet connection to take tests. You should reboot your computer before completing a test. All other applications should be closed as you complete a test. If your computer is "glitchy," do not use it to take tests. If your Internet connection is "spotty," do not use it to take tests. Make plans to use a computer in one of the SPC labs mentioned in the Computer Issues section of this syllabus if you do not trust either your computer or Internet connection. Do not wait until the last day a test is to complete it. The last day is reserved for dire emergencies only. Procrastination does not constitute an emergency. Bad things often happen to those who procrastinate. One restart will be granted in case of computer or program malfunction. This means one restart for the entire semester NOT one per test. Please do not ask for more than one restart. It is unfortunate and aggravating to do poorly on a test due to computer malfunction. Do all you can to avoid this, but if it happens after you have used your one restart, there are no other contingencies. This is one of the down sides of Internet classes. No one should be taking an online class with an old, unreliable computer.
10 All tests are required. Even if you believe you can successfully complete the course with a "0" on one test, this is not acceptable. Since no tests are comprehensive, every test must be completed and submitted. If you fail to submit one test, you are required to make up that test (see Make-Up Test). If you fail to take two tests, you will be withdrawn from the course with an "X" or "U" or "F" regardless of your average at that time. If you are required to make up a previously missed test and you fail to show up on Make-Up Test Day to complete this test, you will fail the course with an "F" regardless of your average. Test 5 is required of all students still enrolled at the time of the test. If you have calculated that your course average can withstand a "0" on Test 5 and you do not submit this test, you will fail the course with an "F." Test 5 cannot be made up since its deadline is after the Make- Up Test Day. Please do not play games with the requirements of this class. Make-Up Test You are allowed to make up one test during the semester (except Test 5). You will see on the Class Calendar that this test must be made up on Thursday, May 5th, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., in the computer lab in the Library on the Levelland campus. This make-up test should not be used carelessly. You should make every attempt to submit every test during the time it is originally scheduled. Students never perform as well on a make-up test due to the lag-time between when the mathematical concepts were covered and when these concepts are tested. Do not plan on using this make-up test option. Plan to take tests at their originally scheduled times. Since only one test can be made up (with the exception of Test 5), if you miss two tests during the semester (including Test 5), you will either be administratively withdrawn from the class (if the tests are missed before the Last Day to Drop), or you will fail the course with an "F" (if the tests are missed after the Last Day to Drop). If you fail to show up to make up a previously missed test, you will fail the course with an "F" regardless of your average. This make-up test policy applies to dual credit high school students as well. Do not treat this course like a high school class. Make every effort to attend tests as you and your proctor schedule them. If you miss a scheduled test time, do not expect your proctor to reschedule your test. If you miss a test, you must follow the above procedure for making up the test. College tests are serious business. Do not miss a scheduled test! Thursday, May 5th, is the only Make-Up Test Day. Do not ask for an alternate day, time, or location. If you do not live in the Levelland/Lubbock area, you are still required to come to the Levelland Campus for your make-up test. If you feel this is too inconvenient, you should be sure to submit all tests as they are originally scheduled. Do not ask to retake any test. Make-Up Test Day is for a missed test only. There is a huge difference between missing a test and taking it for the first time and retaking a test after already seeing the test. No student will be given an unfair advantage of this nature. Do not expect any second chances on any test. Plan now to take every test as it is scheduled. Prepare and do your best on every test. Test Deadlines Check the Calendar for Spring 2011 (found on the home page of our course in Blackboard) for both release dates and test deadlines. These deadlines are firm and non-negotiable. Test Study Guides An outline of test contents can be found in the Test Study Notes provided in each Learning Module in Blackboard. Please take the time to briefly look over the study guide before beginning each unit. This will prepare you for the unit. Once you have completed all homework assignments for a unit, go back to the study guide. Use it to help you prepare for the test on that unit. Students who use the study guides come to depend on them and find them very helpful. Extra Credit There are two opportunities for extra credit provided in the Discussions in Blackboard. The two discussion topics under the heading "Let's Get To Know Each Other" provide extra credit opportunities for Test 3. Trust me when I tell you that you will want these extra credit points. Test 3 is the toughest test in the course. These two extra credit topics are only during the first week of class. Don't miss your chance to earn this extra credit for Test 3. These Discussions are not difficult, but they require some time and thought. Do not expect to earn any extra credit points for short discussion posts or non-substantive posts to your classmates. Give each discussion thoughtful consideration and post informative, interesting information. Be sure to carefully follow all directions given for each Discussion. There is no other extra credit provided in this course. Do not ask for additional extra credit!
11 Math Resources There is always additional assistance to you if you need it! Take advantage of every resource. Me Please don't be afraid to ask me for help. I should be your first "line of defense" not your "last resort." Please send through Blackboard. You can also call or visit me during my physical office hours. MyMathLab This program contains infinite practice problems (with step-by-step help), tracked tutorial exercises, review exercises, practice tests, and an interactive multimedia textbook. Take advantage of all the excellent tools that MyMathLab provides! Students have reported that the videos provided here are especially helpful. Videotapes Videotapes for some of the topics in this course are via Blackboard. These videos are different from those provided in MyMathLab. To view digital videos via Blackboard, it is best to use either a broadband or highspeed Internet connection. You will need both Real Player (to view the videos) and Adobe Reader (to view and/or print the accompanying handouts). You should already have these programs, but links to download them are on the Blackboard site. They are free downloads. Many students find these videos lifesavers. There is nothing like seeing someone actually teaching the topics you are studying. It is almost like attending class. The login information for viewing math videos via Blackboard is as follows - Blackboard ID: mvideos Password: mvideos Peer Tutors During the fall and spring semesters, peer tutors are for free to any SPC student. Every South Plains College campus has peer tutors. As soon as math tutors are hired and scheduled, I will post their names, locations, and tutoring times, under the link on the home page of Blackboard. Technical Support Technical support questions concerning Blackboard should be directed to Jessica Tucker. You may her at or call her at , ext. 2180, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Technical support information concerning CourseCompass or MyMathLab is found at this web address: Student technical support can be reached via telephone at I suggest that you use either the live chat option on the web site or call the 800-number instead of sending an . Replies to s sometimes take several days especially at the beginning of the semester. Please do not contact me for technical support for either MyMathLab or Blackboard. Diversity In this class, I will establish and support an environment that values and nurtures individual and group differences and encourages engagement and interaction. Understanding and respecting multiple experiences and perspectives will serve to challenge and stimulate all of us to learn about others, about the larger world, and about ourselves. Students With Special Needs Students with disabilities, including but not limited to physical, psychiatric, or learning disabilities, who wish to request accommodations in this class should notify the Special Services Office early in the semester so that the appropriate arrangements may be made. In accordance with federal law, a student requesting accommodations must provide acceptable documentation of his/her disability to the Special Services Coordinator. Students who enroll in this class who may need classroom accommodations are strongly encouraged to schedule intake interviews with the Special Services Department before enrolling in this class or prior to the add/drop date for this semester. For more information, call or visit the Special Services Office in the Student Services Building in Levelland, ext Welcome to Online College Algebra!
12 CLASS CALENDAR - SPRING 2011 Online College Algebra Instructor: Jo Beth Horney Address: This calendar is designed to help keep you on track and to help you manage your time. All deadlines are firm and non-negotiable. Notice that ALL homework for a unit is due no later than 11:59pm the day before the test is released. Weekend days are not included on the calendar but should be used to catch up if you fall behind. Blanks are provided for you to check off items as you complete them. Excellent time management is critical to successful course completion. Print this calendar and post it at your workstation! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Section 1.1 Section 1.1 Section 1.2 Section 1.2 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Last Day to Add Jan. 27 Jan Section 1.4 Section 1.4 Section 1.5 Section 1.5 Section 1.6 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 3 Section 1.6 Section 1.6 Section 1.7 Section 1.7 Finish all Unit 1 homework assignments deadline 11:59pm Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb Test 1 release 4 a.m. Check for password Section 2.1 Test 1 still Section 2.1 Test 1 still Section 2.2 Test 1 still Section 2.2 Test 1 still
13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Section 2.3 Section 2.3 Section 2.4 Section 2.4 Section Test 1 deadline 11:59pm Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb Section 2.8 Section 2.8 Finish all Unit 2 homework assignments deadline 11:59pm Test 2 release 4 a.m. Check for password Section 3.1 Test 2 still Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 7 Section 3.1 Section 3.2 Section 3.2 Section 3.3 Section 3.3 Test 2 still Test 2 still Test 2 deadline 11:59pm Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar Section 3.4 Section 3.4 Section 3.5 Section 3.5 Section 3.5 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Spring Break: March Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar Section 3.6 Section 3.6 Section 3.6 Finish all Unit 3 homework assignments deadline 11:59pm Test 3 release 4 a.m. Check for password Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr Section 4.1 Section 4.1 Section 4.1 Section 4.2 Section 4.2 Test 3 still Test 3 still Test 3 still Test 3 deadline 11:59pm
14 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr Section 4.2 Section 4.3 Section 4.3 Section 4.3 Section 4.4 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr Section 4.4 Finish all Unit 4 homework assignments deadline 11:59pm Test 4 release 4 a.m. Check for password Section 5.1 Test 4 still Section 5.1 Test 4 still Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Section 6.1 Section 6.1 Section 6.4 Section 6.4 Section Test 4 still Test 4 deadline 11:59pm Apr. 25 Web registration begins for Summer & Fall Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr Easter Holiday Section 6.5 This is the last day to drop any class at SPC. Section 6.5 Section 8.5 Section 8.5 May 2 May 3 May 4 May 5 May 6 15 Section 8.5 May 9 Finish all Unit 5 homework assignments deadline 11:59pm May 10 Test 5 release 4 a.m. Check for password Test 5 still Make-Up Test Day 11:00am 3:00pm May 11 May 12 May 13 Test 5 still 16 Test 5 still Test 5 deadline 11:59pm Commencement
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