to AY21 ATM401, ATM601, and CHEM601. I’m your professor for these classes. I am excited you are here and signed up for the class. This class is online, but I am sure you love exactly that once you get used to it and see the advantages of learning and working when it’s best for you.
Just to let you know. You need a hard copy of the Lectures in Meteorology for the mid-term and final exams that will be open book. Note that due to COVID19, the library takes the copy that is on reserve in the Keith Mather library 3 days out of the circulation. In other words, you can’t rely on having access to it. Thus, make sure you have your own copy already at the beginning of the semester.
COVID-19 adaptation for Fall 2020
As we prepare for the Fall 2020 semester, we are taking additional precautions to keep our UAF community safe. eCampus is planning on offering very limited face-to-face proctoring services . While our class is eligible for this service, I acknowledge that you feel uncomfortable to go this route. Therefore, we will discuss at the beginning of the semester (8/24) how we will handle the exams so nobody has to leave their study room.
And YES, you are allowed to collaborate on your homework. In that case submit just one copy with the names of all group members.
You can get started right here and become familiar with this class page.