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Administration and Assessment

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Dates: 26 July 2004 - 29 October 2004



  • You are expected to attend all classes (lectures, tutorials, computer labs) and submit all set assignments.
  • Attendance rolls will be taken at all tutorials and labs.
  • Our expectation is that you should spend at least 4 non-contact hours per week on this subject, in addition to the 3 contact hours.

Lectures and Tutorials

  • Lectures are held on Wednesdays, 1-2pm, in Old Arts Theatre B.
  • Tutorials/labs are held on Wednesdays, 3.15-5.15pm.
  • Tutorials and labs will be held in Old Arts Room 204, Level 2, Old Arts Building;
  • Sign up for tutorials on the subject notice board in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science.

Contact Details

  • Email is our preferred method of communication with students. All email contact with any staff must be through the email address tfac@austehc.unimelb.edu.au. The email subject heading must begin with TFAC and should have a meaningful title. You should use your student email account to communicate with us. Emails that do not statisfy these criteria are in danger of being deleted, unread, as spam. All emails with attachments will be deleted, unread. Replies to emails will be made on Wednesdays and Thursdays only.
  • Course Co-ordinator: Gavan McCarthy, Senior Research Fellow, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, and Director, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre (Austehc). This course will be taught by Gavan McCarthy.
  • Office: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, Old Arts Building.

Private Appointments

  • Teaching staff will be available for consultation by appointment only on Wednesday 9-10 am.
  • Appointments must be made by sending an email to 'tfac'. Email: tfac@austehc.unimelb.edu.au. The subject line must read: TFAC - Appointment Request. The email should be addressed to the individual staff with whom you need to make an appointment.
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Prepared by: Joanne Evans
Created: 5 June 2000
Modified: 22 July 2004

Published by Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre on AustehcWeb, 2000 - 2004
Comments, questions, corrections and additions: tfac@austehc.unimelb.edu.au
Updated: 22 July 2004

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