Spring 2018 Online Course


Marine Biology Coral Reef Lab

CRN 18043 — 1/16/2018 – 5/4/2018

General Information

Course ID

Alpha Numeric EEES1180
Environmental Sciences
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
  Course Level Undergraduate
  Credit Hours 1
Tuition and Fees

Description A virtual laboratory-based exploration of the coral reef environment and the dynamics of the coral reef ecosystem. The web of life on reefs will be examined at multiple levels, including living and non-living components and specialized roles among species 

Instructor Thomas  Bridgeman
Section Details Section number: 901
CRN: 18043
Enrollment Maximum: 50

Dates: 1/16/2018 - 5/4/2018 ; Session code: Full Term

Instruction Method Online Web, other communication methods are determined by the instructor.

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Before You Begin Your Course
Online Etiquette & Honesty Please review the netiquette guidelines and the University policies on academic dishonesty, and responsible use of information technology. Online students are held to the same behavior and academic honesty standards as face-to-face students.
Technology Requirements

Students are responsible to have access to a properly functioning device (computer, tablet, etc.) throughout the semester. The devicemust be able to run software required for coursework or capable of connecting to UT's Virtual Computer Lab. If using a device at a public library, students should check with the library to insure they will have access and for the length of time required.

Please review our Blackboard Toolkit and Blackboard Browser Check pages. Student devices need to be running the latest versions of plug-ins, recent software and have the necessary tools to be kept free of viruses and spyware.

Always read the course syllabus carefully and contact the instructor regarding specific requirements.

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Students at a Distance*
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A brief description of the process follows:

  • You locate your professional proctor within the first three weeks of the term, the first week in summer (see Proctor Guidelines.)
  • You complete the Student Proctor Form
  • UT Online vets and confirms your proctor and test location.
  • You are responsible for testing expenses, if any.
  • If you are testing outside of the United States you will use ProctorU, a third-party online proctor service.

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Last Updated: 10/20/17