CALCULUS 1301B, Winter 2017

This is a general web page for CALC 1301B, winter 2017. It only contains information and announcements relevant to all sections. Individual instructors may have their own websites for the section they teach, and all such websites should be linked to this webpage. For information specific to your section, please visit the corresponding website.

Sections

  • 001: Pei Yu.
  • 002: Martin Pinsonnault.
  • 004: Pei Yu.
  • 005: Khoa Nguyen.
  • 006: Zinovi Krougly.
  • 007: Pal Zsamboki.
  • 570: David Meredith.

Students can acces their section's website via OWL.

Announcements

  • Extra Help Centers:
    - April 11, from 9:00 to 11:00, and from 12:00 to 16:00, in MC 107
    - April 14, from 10:00 to 16:00, in MC 107. Cancelled.
  • The Final Exam will be written Tuesday April 25, from 19:00 to 22:00. The location depends on your section and on your last name (as it appears on your UWO id):

    Section 001 : AH 15 (All students)Section 002 : AH 15 (ACKE to MA)
    Section 002 : AH 201 (MAIE to ZHYL)Section 004 : AH 201 (All students)
    Section 005 : AH 201 (All students)
    Section 006 : AH 201 (ABDO to LI)
    Section 006 : AH STAGE (LIAN to ZHOU)
    Section 007 : AH STAGE (AL students)

    Make sure to bring your UWO Student ID
  • The Midterm makeup exam will be written Friday March 10, from 19:00 to 21:30 in UCC 56.
    To be granted the right to write the makeup, you must see an academic counsellor and provide suitable justification.
  • The Midterm will be written Friday March 3rd, from 19:00 to 21:30.
    The location depends on your section:
    001 : HSB 35
    002 : 3M 3250
    004 : SSC 2032
    005 : HSB 240
    006 - from Abdolmaleki to Odunze : WSC 55
    006 - from Pan to Zhou : SSC 2036
    007 : SSC 2028
    Make sure to bring your UWO Student ID
  • Courses will resume on January 5th, 2017.

CALC 1301B versus CALC 1501B

People enrolled in CALC 1301B may prefer to enroll in CALC 1501B. This course is intended for students interested in the mathematical and computational sciences, and for those who need a stronger mathematical background in order to pursue their program. Many economics students find CALC 1501 useful in their discipline. Note that it is possible to enroll in CALC 1501 without completing CALC 1500.