1.1: Course Technology Information
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This class will use Zoom as the live interactive platform for class, lab, and workshop. If you plan on using your smart phone to connect with video and audio, please download the Zoom app.
Starting this fall (2020), all UALR students, faculty, and staff should have free access to the Zoom pro accounts (meaning you can use zoom for your personal meetings, group work, etc). If your computer has apps, please download the zoom app there as well. Make sure that you have a functional video camera, microphone, and speakers on the device you will use to connect for CHEM1402 as we want to see and hear you. This will make it seem more like a community.
If you have a home computer that doesn't have a video camera and microphone, you can find one for under $20 (walmart.com or amazon.com have many to choose from).
Accessing Google Classroom
If you open your Google Mail you will see 9 dots by your name which opens the Google Suite. If you scroll to the bottom you will find Google Classroom, and if you open the Drive you will also find a folder called Classroom where you can find your assignments.
Contributors and Attributions
Robert E. Belford (University of Arkansas Little Rock; Department of Chemistry) led the creation of this page. You can contact him if you have any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Elena Lisitsyna contributed to the creation and implementation of this page.