ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1
Course Outline Semester 2, 2013 Part A: Course-Specific Information
Students are also expected to have read and be familiar with Part B Supplement to All Course Outlines. This contains Policies on Student Responsibilities and Support, Including Special Consideration, Plagiarism and Key Dates. It also contains the ASB PROGRAM LEARNING GOALS.
Table of Contents
1 STAFF CONTACT DETAILS 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 1.1 Communications with staff 1.2 Exam Study Period Pitstop 2 COURSE DETAILS 2.1 Teaching Times and Locations 2.2 Units of Credit 2.3 Summary of Course 2.4 Aims and Relationship to Other Courses 2.5 Student Learning Outcomes 3 LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES 3.1 Approach to Learning and Teaching in the Course 3.2 Learning Activities and Teaching Strategies 4 ASSESSMENT 4.1 Formal Requirements 4.2 Assessment Details 4.3 Tutorial Participation 4.4 Hand in Tutorial Questions 4.5 Chart Book Submission 4.6 In-Tutorial Test 4.7 Final exam 4.8 Quality Assurance 5 6 7 COURSE EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT COURSE RESOURCES COURSE SCHEDULE
6.1 Course website 7.1 Lecture Schedule 7.2 Tutorial Schedule
1 STAFF CONTACT DETAILS
Lecturer-in-charge Sang-Wook (Stanley) Cho Room: 439, Australian School of Business Building (ASB) Phone No: 9385 3287 Email: email@example.com Consultation Times: Monday 10-11:30am, Wednesday 10-11:30am. Lecturers - Stephen Kirchner Room: 430A, ASB Phone No: 9385 3354 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Consultation Times: TBA Louise Zieme Room: 465, ASB Phone No: 9385 3313 Email: L.Zieme@unsw.edu.au Consultation Times: TBA
Course Administrator Spiro Vlachos Room 463, ASB Phone No: 9385 3565 Email: email@example.com Consultation Times: TBA Economics Administrative Assistant Trish Giuffre Room 429, ASB Phone No: 9385 7414 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org A full list of tutors will be posted on Course Website – Staff Contacts.
Communications with staff
The Lecturer-in-Charge is responsible for the overall direction and academic content of the course. You should feel free to contact your lecturer about any academic matter. However, I strongly encourage, for efficiency, all enquiries about the subject material be made at tutorials or during consultation time. The lecturers will hold regular office hours starting Week 2 until Week 13. Questions about administrative matters, such as your allocation to a tutorial group, or your marks during the session should be directed to the Course Administrator, Spiro Vlachos. Questions about general administrative matters can be directed to Trish Giuffre. Email is the recommended means of initial communication with the teaching staff for
ECON1102 – Macroeconomics 1
this course. Discussion of course subject material will not be entered into via lengthy emails. Lecturers will reply to email within 48 hours, except on weekends, with the following provisions: • The question should require a one (or two) sentence response (maximum). If it takes more, consultation hours are the more appropriate venue. • We will never answer emails that request information that can be found on the website or the syllabus. • We will not reply to emails concerning grading. For such matters, consultation hours are more appropriate. • It is also required by the university policy that you use an UNSW email address: Our spam filter is set to maximum. • Always identify yourself and the course code in your email. • Please do not send attachments of any kind by email unless requested by the lecturers/tutors. • Please do not submit term work by email unless requested by the lecturers/tutors. We encourage you to provide course feedback and comments via email, if you wish. Please note that the lecturer has no advance notice of the date and time of the exam.
Exam Study Period Pitstop
In the weeks leading up to exams, starting from about week 12, the School will be providing Pitstop, an opportunity for...
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