It is expected that students will be able to complete assignments using the background materials presented with the lab. The likely exception is Lab 3 that involves the use of special equipment that will only be available during the scheduled lab time. Other labs may be submitted anytime BEFORE the due date; late assignments are penalized as described in the course syllabus. If you require assistance completing a lab assignment, be sure to attend the corresponding scheduled lab. You may also e-mail the TA, Katherine Windfeldt (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the instructor, Tom Burk (email@example.com), to obtain assistance or schedule a meeting to obtain assistance. The instructor would also like to hear from you regarding what additional information/resources should be made available at this web site to assist in completing the assignments.
Students who are already "information systems proficient" have an alternative for completing the Lab component of ENR/FR/RRM 1001.
Note for Labs 2 and 3 (and possibly 4) you will need a writeable CD to submit your assignment on.
Labs are held in room 35 NRAB. Students are encouraged to use assigned lab time effectively as the CNR Computer Lab (35 NRAB) is heavily scheduled with classes this semester.