PHYS 211 :: Physics Illinois :: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Congratulations to Physics 211 students on completion of another academic year!

• Physics 211 final exam

• Fun stuff

• Click here to download a spreadsheet that will help you estimate your course grade.

• FlipItPhysics

Registering for FlipItPhysics, including the spring 2016 email glitch resolution:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on the Register button, and create an account using a non-Illinois email address
  3. Complete your profile, then click on the Enrollments Tab
  4. Click on the [Join a Course] link and enter UIP211SP16
  5. Enter your NetID (i.e. whatever is in front of "" in your UIUC email address) and click "Enroll Course"

• Excused Absences

Please submit your excused absence no later than 12 business days from your absence via the Excused Absences application. For more information regarding this course's excuses policy, please refer to the Attendance Policy page.

• i>clickers

Please register your i>clicker in the student gradebook. DO NOT register your i>clicker through the smartPhysics web site.

The i>clicker ID is an eight-digit hexadecimal number immediately BELOW the barcode on the back of the device, e.g. 83002CAF. The device's IC and FCC ID codes (typically 6495A-RLR14 and T24-RLR14) are NOT valid i>clicker IDs.

Be sure to refer to the i>clicker information page for more information.

• Academic Integrity

All activities in this course, including documentation submitted for petition for an excused absence, are subject to the Academic Integrity rules as described in Article 1, Part 4, Academic Integrity, of the Student Code.

You must never submit the work of someone else as your own. We understand that many of you will find it helpful to work with other students to master Physics 211. But when you collaborate with your study group on homework assignments, you must be a full, active participant in developing the solutions that you submit for credit. It is cheating to receive passively answers from another student and then use them as your own.

It is cheating to submit as your own work solutions that you find by searching on the worldwide web, or by subscribing to an online service which suborns cheating.

It is cheating to bring another student's iclicker to class in order to answer questions on his or her behalf.

It is cheating--and a violation of U.S. copyright law--to give (or sell) Physics 211 material to someone else who intends to redistribute and/or sell it.