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This is our IMPULSE Calculus homepage
Quick guide to menu itemsOn the top left hand side and at the bottom of each Course Web page is a menu leading to the major parts of the site. Here's what you'll find and what it does.
WelcomeReturns you to this page which tells you about the class Web site and how it will be used in this class.
SyllabusContains an outline and basic rules for this class.
ForumThe Forum is a threaded discussion list that can also send email messages. You post your new message, or replies to existing message, on the Web in the Forum. When you visit the Forum you will see links to all the messages sent with the most recent one at the top. You can also view messages by subject where all messages related to a particular subject are arranged in a typical hierarchical list. Finally, you can view messages by name - that is, search for messages in an alphabteical listing based on the first name of the sender.
AssignmentsA reminder of the assignments for any given week. If you missed class, have forgotten the assignment, or are not sure what is expected of you next, go here.
ResourcesHere you will find special "handouts" created for the class, links to class-related Web resources, and in some classes, links that you (the students) have found that relate to this class.
QuestionsUse this form to send a question to the instructor. Questions asked using this tool have a much better chance of being answered completely since information about what type computer and what web browser will be automatically included.
Occasional PapersPapers will be posted here from time to time for you or your professor to read and react to. Reactions will appear at the bottom of the paper.
Who's whoHere's where we all learn a little about you - and everyone else in the class. Use this to learn the email address of others in the class, plus more by visiting their personal pages. A form is linked to this page which allows you to create a personal page of your own for this class.
Q&A ArchiveAnswers to student questions will be answered here. Check this area first if you encounter a problem. While you will also get these questions and answers by email, having them posted on the Web means you can easily find them whether you are at home, in a lab, or using a friend's computer.
Lecture notesThis is where you will find facts and figures and other important notes from the course lectures.