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 ====== Design, Analysis, Tools & Apprenticeship (DATA) Laboratory ======= ====== Design, Analysis, Tools & Apprenticeship (DATA) Laboratory =======
  
-DATA Lab is the transformed version of the traditional,​ algebra-based physics ​lab that focuses on developing students’ laboratory practices. As most of the students enrolled in the course are non-physical science majors, the goal of is for the students to develop research skills unique to a physics laboratory that can be utilized throughout the rest of their studies+DATA Lab is the transformed version of the traditional,​ algebra-based physics ​laboratory ​that focuses on developing students’ laboratory practices. As most of the students enrolled in the course are non-physical science majors, the goal of this course ​is for the students to develop research skills unique to a physics laboratory that can be utilized throughout the rest of their studies.
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-Throughout the semester, students will be explore classic physical systems as a tool to increase their overall laboratory skills (i.e., experimental design, data analysis, collaboration,​ and scientific communication). In this course, students will be guided and supported through their development of these practices by emphasizing\\ +
-  -How to carry out experiments effectively by collecting data while attempting to minimize uncertainty.\\ +
-  -How to connect the results obtained experimentally with theoretical models in lecture while recognizing the limitations of each.\\ +
-  -How to thoroughly document the experimental design, data collection and analysis, the results, and the discussion/​conclusions.\\ +
-  -How to report and communicate findings obtained in the laboratory.+
  
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 ##### PHY 251 #####\\ ##### PHY 251 #####\\
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 [[calendar_251|Course Calendar]]\\ [[calendar_251|Course Calendar]]\\
 [[syllabus_251|Syllabus]]\\ [[syllabus_251|Syllabus]]\\
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-PHY 252+##### PHY 252 #####\\ 
 [[calendar_252|Course Calendar]]\\ [[calendar_252|Course Calendar]]\\
 [[syllabus_252|Syllabus]]\\ [[syllabus_252|Syllabus]]\\
 +[[equip|Equipment]]\\
 [[labs_252|Labs]]\\ [[labs_252|Labs]]\\
 [[cp_252|Communication Projects]]\\ [[cp_252|Communication Projects]]\\
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 {{wiki:​edit.png?​64 }}The development of course materials and instructional strategies is on-going. Research studies conducted at MSU and elsewhere inform changes to course material and instructional strategies. Access to planning materials is limited to course and research staff. {{wiki:​edit.png?​64 }}The development of course materials and instructional strategies is on-going. Research studies conducted at MSU and elsewhere inform changes to course material and instructional strategies. Access to planning materials is limited to course and research staff.
  
 +[[tutornotes|Tutor Lab Notes (limited access)]]\\
  
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