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**General Information****Information on Textbooks and Educational Software****Information on Classes up to Calculus II**

**General Information**

**Schedule of
Classes and Final Exams.** Find your class by using the Class Schedule
Search. Then you will also be able to see what classroom your class is in. A
link to the Final Exam Schedule is provided next to each Semester Guide.

**Make-up Exams in the Testing
Center. **This is where you can submit your make-up exams online. Make-up
exam hours can be found here.

**FlashLine.
**All grades are submitted in the Faculty & Advisor Tools of FlashLine.
This is also where you can find your schedule – click on My Course Schedules.

**Blackboard Learn** as a class-management
tool. You can access it through FlashLine, or directly at https://learn.kent.edu/.

**Information
on Textbooks and Educational Software**

**Textbook
Orders.**** Every semester, the Mathematics Coordinator usually orders
textbooks for all sections of lower-division courses. Instructors should
themselves place their orders for upper-division courses at FacultyEnlight.com. Desk copies can
be ordered while placing orders for textbooks. FacultyEnlight.com is also where
you can search for any books, adopted or not. At the ****KSU Bookstore Website****,**** ****you can search for the
textbooks that have been adopted.**

**Publishers.
**Contact book representatives to order desk copies.

**CourseSmart for Instructors. **Create
your account, search for a textbook, and request online access to it. You will
get access when the publisher gives approval.

**MyLabsPlus
(MLP) **is a web-based software which we use in several courses. Here are the
links to some MLP documents written by Dr. Bev Reed:

- Student
Access

- New
Temporary Student Access

- Faculty
Access

- MLP
Support, MLP
Browser Settings

**WebAssign **is the web-based software which we use in
the calculus sequence.

**Information on Classes
up to Calculus II**

**Flowchart of Math Classes below the Level
of Calculus**** ****(thanks to Min He for the
original and to Lisa Hart for the posted version)**

**Course descriptions ****can be found at http://www.kent.edu/math/lower-level-course-descriptions.
Clicking on the course name in the list will give you a departmental syllabus.
On the left margin of the same webpage, there is a link to**

**learning outcomes****. Catalogues can also be searched for course descriptions; start the
search at https://keys.kent.edu:44220/ePROD/bwckctlg.p_disp_dyn_ctlg.
**

**Developmental Math Classes (2 credits
each): ****MATH 00020: Pre-Algebra, MATH
00021-00024: Basic Algebra I – IV**

**MATH 10041:
Introductory Statistics (4)**

**Textbook:*** *Essential Statistics, Exploring the World Through Data, 2^{nd}
edition by Robert Gould, Colleen Ryan, and Rebecca Wong,
published
by Pearson. The text, bundled with a MyLabsPlus
code—which is required for homework—ISBN 9781323401743,
is available at the Bookstore.

**Kent Coordinator: ****Dr.**** ****Bev Reed (breed1@kent.edu), course website**

**MATH 10772:
Modeling Algebra Plus (5) **

**This course is a combination of MATH 00023 Basic Algebra III and MATH
11009 Modeling Algebra.**

**Textbook: **Modeling Algebra Math 11009
(10772), Second Custom Edition for Kent State University (**ISBN **9781323401750), published by
Pearson and only available at the
bookstore. The text is bundled with a MyLabsPlus code
which is required for homework.

**Kent Coordinator:**** Dr. Ellen Mulqueeny (****emulquee@kent.edu****), course website**

**MATH 10775:
Algebra for Calculus Plus (4) **

**This course is a combination of MATH 00024 Basic
Algebra IV and MATH 11010 Algebra for Calculus. **

**Textbook: ****ISBN 9781269305518****, a
KSU custom edition, available at KSU bookstores, bundled with access code to MyLabsPlus.**** **

**Kent Coordinator:**** Dr.
Bev Reed (breed1@kent.edu), course website**** **

**MATH 11008:
Explorations in Modern Mathematics (3) ****
Textbook: **There are two versions
of the same text – hard cover,

**Kent Coordinator: ****Dr. Urlike Vorhauer (uvorhaue@kent.edu)**** **

**Sample Syllabus from Stark**

**MATH 11009:
Modeling Algebra (4)****
Textbook: **Modeling Algebra Math 11009 (10772), Second Custom Edition
for Kent State University (

**MATH 11010:
Algebra for Calculus** **(3)**

**Textbook: ****ISBN 9781269305518****, a KSU custom edition, available at KSU bookstores, bundled with access code
to MyLabsPlus.**** **

**Kent Coordinator****: Dr.
Bev Reed (breed1@kent.edu), course website**

**MATH 11012:
Intuitive Calculus (3)**

**Textbook: ****ISBN 9780073532387 (this is
different from the text used at Kent)**** **

**Sample Syllabus from Stark**

**MATH 11022:
Trigonometry** **(3)**

**Textbook: ****ISBN 9781269305303, a KSU custom
edition, available at KSU bookstores, bundled with access code to MyLabsPlus
(a different text is used at Kent). **

**Kent Coordinator: ****Terri Polanski (tpolansk@kent.edu), course website**** **

**Sample Syllabus from Stark**

**MATH 12002/3:
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I/II (5)**

**Textbook:****ISBN
9781285130354**, a KSU custom edition, available at KSU
bookstores, bundled with** ****access code to Web-Assign. The text is based on
ISBN 9781133112761 (covering
MATH 12002 and 12003 – Calculus I and II) or ISBN 9781133112297 (covering
Calculus I, II, and MATH 22005 Calculus III).**** **

**Sample Syllabus from Stark**

**Kent
Core Learning Outcomes Assessment**

Every semester, the Department of
Mathematical Sciences assesses the successfulness of its Kent Core courses by
analyzing the results on the finals in all sections taught on the eight
campuses of Kent State University. The analysis is based on the existing
Learning Outcomes for these courses. In order to enable this assessment, a
report has to be submitted after the semester ends for each section of the
following courses: MATH 10771, 10772, 10774, 10775, 11008, 11009,
11010, 11012, 11022, 12002, 12011, 12012, 14001, 14002 (10041 is not included here
because it is handled separately by the course coordinator). At Kent State
University at Stark, we us a form which is prepared in MS Word. The Department is no longer asking for copies of
the finals.

·
Please download the form here,
complete it, and save it naming the file as follows:
semester_course#_section#.pdf, for example, F15_11022_650.docx.

·
E-mail the completed form to the Stark
Mathematics Coordinator.