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Clarification on Essays
by Sean Chamberlin - Thursday, 26 October 2006, 02:51 PM
  For the essays, write as much as you need to write to answer the question.

Remember, though, that if you include erroneous interpretations with the correct interpretations, your essay will be graded down. Your answers should be complete, coherent, thoughtful, expressive, and succint. Avoid BS.

If you need to mail your essay, mail it.

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Exam One MC Extended
by Sean Chamberlin - Thursday, 26 October 2006, 11:34 AM
  I've extended the deadline for the MC section of Exam One to Sunday. So those of you who were unfamiliar with how Moodle works or were confused about how the exam was delivered can try again.

The exam does not save your old answers. However, the exam is the same 200 questions...just in a different order.

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EXAM ONE MC RESTARTS EVERY TIME AND ANSWERS TO OTHER QUESTIONS
by Sean Chamberlin - Wednesday, 25 October 2006, 10:09 PM
  Exam One multiple choice is set so that you get A NEW SET OF QUESTIONS each time. Actually, you just get them in a different order. It does not save the old answers because that test mode was not grading answers properly.

And if you are on a dialup, you always have to keep saving answers or your server will log you out.

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Professor Sean is in Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, on an accreditation team
by Sean Chamberlin - Sunday, 22 October 2006, 08:30 PM
  Aloha!

Please note that I am in Hawaii this week with an accreditation team that is evaluating Kauai Community College (what they lack in Disneyland they make up for in pure natural beauty and the kinds of beaches and diving we only dream of in OC).

While I am busy attending business here, I may not be as responsive with e-mails. Please be patient and I will get back to you asap.

Mahalo.

Sean
The Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX)
by Sean Chamberlin - Sunday, 15 October 2006, 02:28 PM
 

About CCX


See http://www.chicagoclimatex.com/

The Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) is North America’s only, and the world’s first, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission registry, reduction and trading system for all six greenhouse gases (GHGs). CCX is a self-regulatory, rules based exchange designed and governed by CCX Members.

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Available Courses

Introduction to Oceanography - ONLINE
Instructor: Sean Chamberlin

This course provides a survey of the geological, physical, chemical, and biological principles and processes of oceanography, especially human interactions, such as global warming. Strong computer skills and a high sense of self-motivation are recommended.

Introduction to Meteorology - ONLINE
Instructor: Sean Chamberlin

This course provides an introduction to the physics of the atmosphere as it pertains to Earth's weather and climate, and as affected by human interactions, especially global warming. Strong computer skills and a high sense of self-motivation are recommended.

Introduction to Oceanography - TTH730-850A - Room 424
Instructor: Sean Chamberlin

This course provides a survey of the geological, physical, chemical, and biological principles and processes of oceanography, especially human interactions, such as global warming. Strong computer skills and a high sense of self-motivation are recommended.

Introduction to Oceanography - MW 9-1020A - Room 515
Instructor: Sean Chamberlin

This course provides a survey of the geological, physical, chemical, and biological principles and processes of oceanography, especially human interactions, such as global warming. Strong computer skills and a high sense of self-motivation are recommended.

CSUF-FC Chemistry-Geology Stream Investigation Course
This inquiry-based course introduces Fullerton College students to the chemistry and geology of local streams with the goal of determining their suitability as trout habitat. The course is held on the Cal State Fullerton Campus and taught jointly by CSUF and FC faculty.


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