ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING INFORMATION
BIO 2331 & 2341  ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I & II
PROFESSOR RICHARD LONDON


CLASS FORMAT

THIS COURSE CONSISTS OF A SERIES OF ONLINE
MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS

OF MY ACTUAL CLASSROOM LECTURES

THEY ARE VIEWED ON A COMPUTER AT HOME (OR WHEREVER YOU WISH)
MUCH AS YOU WOULD VIEW A CLASSROOM LECTURE.

THE LECTURES ARE SUPPORTED BY HOME LAB EXERCISES AND VIDEOS.

LEARNING IS ADDITIONALLY ENHANCED BY EXAM PHOTOS, PODCASTS,
INTERACTIVE EXERCISES, AND HANDOUTS
FOUND ON THE WEBSITE

WEBINARS ARE CONDUCTED FOR ORIENTATION AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TERM
AND FOR EXAM PREPARATION APPROXIMATELY 5 DAYS BEFORE EACH EXAM

THE EXAMS WILL BE ADMINISTERED ONLINE
AT 10AM ON THE FOLLOWING  4 SATURDAYS

THE 4 EXAM DATES FOR FALL 2022
ARE ON THE FOLLOWING FRIDAYS
9/30, 10/21, 11/18, & 12/16


GENERAL INFORMATION

Lecture and Lab assignments should be completed in a timely manner according to the published schedules.

Lab book is required, Textbook is optional (see syllabus for titles)

Expect to spend about the same amount of time as an on campus course.

E-mails to me will be checked once a day Monday thru Friday and will be answered within 24 hours

Most all information including the syllabus & schedules can be found on this website which is:   http://londonwebsite.info


RECOMMENDED STUDY PROCEDURES

#1        Watch the Lecture as assigned in the lecture schedule and take notes

#2        If you are using a Textbook read the material that relates to the lectures

#3        Do the Lab Exercises as directed in lab assignments.

#4        Study the Photo Exam Pictures as displayed on our website
            Focus on labels that were discussed in the Lecture
            There are no specific questions about the photos on the COVID exam however this is excellent study material!

 
#5        To do well on a sectional exam the college and I recommend that in addition to watching the lecture once,
            doing the lab exercises, and studying the photos you spend an additional 12 to 15 hours of study time for each exam.
            I personally recommend watching the Lectures a second time as part of that additional study time

#6        Any questions E-MAIL ME, CALL ME, VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS, VISIT ME!

            Supplement with Podcasts if helpful