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					Spring                                                                               2012

    Let’s Get Ready for General
             Physics II

Don’t Forget—Spring Classes                    Our Physics II course will be
Begin on Tuesday, January 17.                  administered using Blackboard
                                               course delivery software.
Click HERE to go to the Spring                 Look for the following BUT-
   2012 Academic Calendar.                     TONS on our Blackboard
                                               course page:

                                                  Syllabus—this explains how
                                                   the course is run. Read it
                                                  Schedule—this is where you
                                                   will find a suggested sched-
                                                   ule of assignments and
                                                  Assignments—this is where
                                                   you will find all of your as-
                                                   signments and where you
                                                   will turn in all graded as-

    “I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been
   only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself in now and then finding
   a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth
                               lay all undiscovered before me.”
                      —Sir Isaac Newton is given credit for this quote.
Spring                                                                      2012

                                     Let’s Get Ready for General
                                              Physics II

                                       Here’s the First Step in Your Preparation
                                       for Physics:
                                        Go to the ASUMH myCampus portal log-
                                          in page by clicking HERE.
                                        Log into the portal by inputting your us-
                                          er name and password. Your user name
                                          and password follow this format:
                                               Username:
                                                 firstname_lastname## (where
                                                 ## is the last two digits of your
                                                 student ID number).
                                               Password: your eight digit birth-
                                                 day (MMDDYYYY), if you have not
                                                 already changed your password.
                                        After logging into the portal, click on
                                          the purple Blackboard button to open
                                        You should see our course entitled GEN-
                                          ERAL PHYSICS II. Click on the course
                                          name to open up our course page.
                                        If you do not see our course on Black-
                                          board, send me an email at jclan-
                                 to let me know.
                                        Click around our course page to famil-
                                          iarize yourself with the features availa-
                                        Whenever you are ready to get started,
                                          click the Assignments button to start

  "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more vi-
   olent. It takes a touch of genius—and a lot of courage—to move in the
                             opposite direction."
                              —Albert Einstein

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