RESOURCES


Syllabus

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Your GradeBook

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README

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Glossary

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Field Guide to Functions

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Objectives and
Criteria

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Communications Center

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  Help Pages

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FIRST AID

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About
CalculusQuest
TM

Syllabus

The Syllabus contains a list of the recorded activities which you are asked to do.

 

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Your Gradebook

Your Gradebook is in Blackboard and displays all of the scores you have received on recorded activities, whether graded by computer or by your instructors. If you ever have a problem or dispute with an entry in your gradebook, please get in touch with your instructor or TA immediately.

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README

The README page contains up-to-date announcements as well as policy statements specific to your section.

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The Glossary

The Glossary contains short definitions of terms from CalculusQuestTM, differentiation and trigonometric formulas, a few historical tidbits, and other information which can be presented in a concise format and to which you might want to refer while reading a Lesson page. Glossary items will appear in separate windows which can be kept on-screen for reference.

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The Field Guide to Functions.

The Field Guide is a ready reference to the elementary properties of the functions used and studied in CalculusQuest TM. The link on this page takes you to the Field Guide hub so that you may refer to it at any time.

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Objectives and Criteria.

The link takes you to a listing of the objectives -- your learning goals -- and criteria -- the means by which you demonstrate mastery of the objectives -- around which CalculusQuestTM was designed. If we keep our goals in mind we will have an easier time of staying on track and ultimately of achieving them.

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The Communication Center.

The communication center is in Blackboard and is where you go when you want to (or are asked to) interact via the internet and web with other students in your class. It contains means to send email to your instructors and to other students in your class, and it contains links to the Discussion Board for the discussion of class material. The material on the communications page depends on your instructor and hence your section.

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HELP PAGES.

The help pages tell you where to go for help setting up your computer, for help with your institution's registration system, and for other help external to the content and delivery of CalculusQuestTM.

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First Aid.

This is the on-line version of the First Aid section of your Guide. It is meant to help you out with the many technical problems which could crop up, ranging from wierd looking pages to error messages from the server. CalculusQuest TM makes use of emerging technology which does not always work the way it is supposed to work, and when it breaks down, this is the place to look (assuming you can still get there).

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William A. Bogley
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