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| The 2017 Embryology course has lecture 1 as an online lecture component each week. Students are expected to work independently through the online content BEFORE lecture 2 on thursday each week.
 
| The 2017 Embryology course has lecture 1 as an online lecture component each week. Students are expected to work independently through the online content BEFORE lecture 2 on thursday each week.
  
* Note that the quiz assessment given at the start of the practical class each week will assess the content of both lectures.
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* The quiz assessment given at the start of the practical class each week will assess the content of both lectures.
* Content from both lectures contribute to the final theory assessment in the exam period.
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* Both lectures content contribute to the final theory assessment in the exam period.
* Questions about the online material can be initially submitted to Dr Mark Hill or through moodle.
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* Questions about the online material can be initially submitted to Dr Mark Hill or through [https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au/course/view.php?id=28181 Moodle].
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Latest revision as of 10:03, 31 July 2017


Important - About Online Lectures  
The 2017 Embryology course has lecture 1 as an online lecture component each week. Students are expected to work independently through the online content BEFORE lecture 2 on thursday each week.
  • The quiz assessment given at the start of the practical class each week will assess the content of both lectures.
  • Both lectures content contribute to the final theory assessment in the exam period.
  • Questions about the online material can be initially submitted to Dr Mark Hill or through Moodle.