Learning and Teaching Activities
The content for each week will comprise a live lecture which will be recorded and a set of tutorial questions (Problem Sets).
A lecture recording will be uploaded each week. Lecture notes will be available on iLearn.
Students will need to register for either an on-campus tutorial or an online (Zoom) tutorial. Tutorials are considered compulsory but no marks are allocated. Tutorials will be available for most, but not all weeks of the semester. In weeks where there aren't any live (on-campus or online) tutorials, a recording will be provided to cover the relevant material.
The tutorial schedule will be made available on iLearn.
Tutorial enrolment or change of tutorial can be made through eStudent in the first two weeks of the semester. No tutorial changes are allowed after Week 2. Students should attend their allocated tutorial, but exceptions may occur on a one-off basis. That is, where circumstances prevent you from attending your own tutorial in a given week, you may attend an alternative tutorial if room available.
Students are expected to complete the ‘Tutorial Questions’ as a self-directed study activity before attending a tutorial. Additional learning support will be available in tutor consultation times.
Timetable for classes can be found on the University web site at: http://www.timetables.mq.edu.au/
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For discussion of subject materials please speak to the lecturer and tutors on ilearn or in consultation.
Staff will be available for academic consultation throughout the session in teaching weeks. A schedule of consultation times and locations will be available on iLearn from Week 2.
Technology Used and Required
The unit will use an online learning and teaching facility known as iLearn, accessed through the following link https://ilearn.mq.edu.au/login/
Students should monitor iLearn content frequently to ensure timely access to announcements, unit material, and assessment information.
To complete the assignment, students will be required to use Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word software.
Calculators will be allowed in the class tests and the final examination but a clear indication of the steps involved in every calculation must be shown. Non-programmable calculators with no text-retrieval capacity are allowed. Financial calculators are allowed. Calculators that have a full alphabet on the keyboard are not allowed. Graphics calculators are not allowed.