PHY 2054 (Physics 2 without Calculus) Spring 2017


Feb. 28 The following HITT remotes have points and are not registered: Period 4 (684617, 825801), Period 5 (471487, 695808, 703078). If you have 0 HITT points, it's because you have not registered it. Please do so ASAP at the HITT site.

Jan. 5 WebAssign roster: We uploaded all students (602) to WebAssign this morning. Each password was reset to your UFID and each email was reset to your GatorLink email. Your login is still your GatorLink name. Please login to WebAssign and change your password immediately.

Jan. 5 Welcome to PHY2054! Lectures begin Thursday, Jan. 5, in NPB 1001 (period 4 or 5).
  • Textbook situation: In case the phy2054 textbook is late arriving at the bookstore, we have made a pdf copy of Chapter 16 (first chapter) and placed it on e-Learning under "Lectures".
  • HITT points and registration: Please register your remote on the HITT page. Once you provide your UFID and transmitter ID (6 digts on the back of your transmitter), the software will link your name to the transmitter and the points you accumulate will be assigned to your name. Otherwise, the points accumulate but we have no way to assign them to you. You can only use your HITT transmitter in one class period.
  • Students with Disabilities: Please read the material on the Overview page, particularly the part about test accommodations.
  • The class schedule shows the lecture schedule, exam dates, and on-line homework due dates.
  • email should be sent only to phy2054 AT so that both instructors see it.
  • Discussion sections start Monday, January 9. It is important to attend the discussion section you are registered for, otherwise your quiz scores will not be counted.
  • The first homework assignment is due Tuesday, Jan. 17, by 10pm. To familiarize yourself with the HW system, make sure to exercise the trial HW0, which is due on Jan. 9 (it will not be counted toward your final grade).
  • Quizzes begin in the discussion sections in the week of January 16.
  • phy2054 lab is run as a separate course, and typically starts the second week of classes.