N217: Human Physiology, Spring 2015, Section 7272
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
4:30 pm – 5:45 pm, Lecture Hall (LE) 101
Instructor: Dr. Pat Clark office: SL 318
e-mail: email@example.com phone: 317.278.9532
Office hours are currently Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm or by apt.
If you need to contact me, you may please do so via Canvas mail or my IUPUI email. I do not open email that is not from an IUPUI or an IU account.
Objectives: 1) have a clear overview of human physiology
2) understand body functions from the level of the cell to the organism
3) recognize effects of properly and improperly functioning organs and systems
4) recognize how functions of systems can be modified
5) integrate information within and among systems
6) learn some basic scientific methods and principles of physiology testing in lab
Lecture: Human Physiology, An Integrated Approach, 6th edition.
Silverthorn, D.U. Pearson. 2013. The IUPUI program, Digital Edge, will serve as your access point for the textbook. When you registered for the course, you were automatically registered to receive access to the textbook online via Canvas. This is included as part of the associated course fees. You will be able to access all resources associated with this text including Mastering A&P, the platform for your online homework. In addition, you will receive a three-hole punched, loose leaf printed copy of the book available at the B&N bookstore. Present your JagTag at B&N to receive your printed copy of the text.
Laboratory: Human Physiology: Lab Manual and Study Guide, revised 2nd edition. Clark. Kendall /
Hunt Publishing Co. 2009 ISBN: 978-1-4652-0818-7
IMPORTANT!!!! This copy of the lab manual is spiral bound and has green report sheets. Only this edition will be accepted. DO NOT purchase used copies of the laboratory manual. ONLY ORIGINAL pages from the laboratory manual will be accepted for...