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The final examination is a comprehensive one that covers all of the materials in this course, and as stated above, is due by December 11th. This exam is offered only during finals period, starting on Monday, December 8th.

Notice: You may work ahead of schedule, but you must complete each test by the assigned dates. 11:55 pm CST is the official cutoff time for each posted date.

Getting Help:

Course content questions should be directed to Dr. H. at biol1333@edu, or if necessary he may be reached by phone at (888) 888-8888.

Blackboard Technical Support is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through Embanet. (866) 321-2988 (toll-free), (416) 494-6622 ext.1 (long distance) or via email support@embanet.com.

Additional contact and procedural information is available at TeleCampus technical support

options

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UTA Center for Distance Education Support may be reached Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. by phone (888) 882-3478 (toll free), or by email at support@distance.uta.edu.

This course is a component of the UT TeleCampus First Year Online / Gen Ed program. The TeleCampus has a support department and many other valuable resources such as the Digital

Library and tutoring services. Please visit the TeleCampus pages at

http://www.telecampus.utsystem.edu

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Summing Up Some Important Points --- Please Read!

  • This course is entirely online

  • Proper computer access, web carrier and computer skills are necessary

  • No orientation is necessary, all information is provided online

  • Reading the syllabus is essential

  • No textbook, CD’s or proctors are required

  • All testing is done online

  • All chapter quiz and module exam deadlines end at midnight

  • There are no exemptions from quizzes and exams, they all must be taken if you want credit for them

  • As this is a self-paced course with access to all instruction, reviews are up to you

  • The challenging questions at the end of your chapters are not a requirement, but a challenge to your understanding of the chapters

  • Time limits must be met unless approved by the professor

  • Tests (quizzes & exams) are timed in order to assess your grasp of the material without the advantage of looking up the answers

  • Students must complete the quiz/exam the first time it is launched

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