ENT 10 – Natural History of Insects (3)
Instructor: Steve Nadler
Lecture—3 hour(s). Introduction to the insects detailing their great variety, structures and functions, habits, and their significance in relation to plants and animals including man. Designed for students not specializing in entomology. Not open for credit to students who have had ENT 100, but students who have taken this course may take ENT 100 for credit. GE credit: SE, SL. Effective: 2013 Fall Quarter.
Will there be face-to-face instruction? No
Will remote lectures be recorded?
Will there be synchronous instruction (i.e. when course material is presented by their instructor live on Zoom)? Yes
If Synchronous instruction is available, when will it be held? (Scheduled lecture times can also be found at https://classes.ucdavis.edu)
Will instructor be available in Office Hours/Study Hall synchronously?
Are students required to attend any synchronous activities (either instruction, office hours, or both)?
Will exams be at a set time or over a 24-hour or week-long period? (Scheduled lecture and final exam times can be found at https://classes.ucdavis.edu)
Will students in different time zones have options to take exams in their own timezone?
Is a webcam required?
Is a microphone required?
Is any specific software required (e.g. MindTap, Mylab, Excel, State, etc.)?
Will the textbook be REQUIRED through "equitable access" (see https://ucdavisstores.com/equitableaccess)? Most texts are available; if the student chooses to go through this program only some are required. Those are listed below.
Any additional useful course information?