Math 225, Introductory Matrix Theory

Math 225, Introductory Matrix Theory, Section P1, Spring 2021

Text: Linear Algebra and Its Applications by David C. Lay (see syllabus for how to buy)

Instructor: Rosemary Guzman

Email: rguzma1 [note: last digit is the numeral one] AT

Mode of instruction: This course will be taught entirely online. Lectures will be available as video modules. There will be no synchronous lectures, but there will be synchronous online tutoring hours.

Learning Management System: This class will be fully online. All course materials will be made available in Moodle and all assignments accessed through Moodle. Online exams will be proctored by the Computer-Based Testing Facility Online, CBTF Online, a service that is provided by Grainger here.

To log in to Moodle, please click here and log in using your university net-id and password, and two-factor authentication. Then go to MY COURSES and you should see this course there (you need to be registered for the course to see it).

Course Syllabus is here.

Homework and grading: There will be weekly homework assignments due during the semester. We will be using MyMathLab for individualized homework sets. To register, use the link to the system on your learn@illinois webpage. You can buy the access code and a hard copy of the textbook at the bookstores ($167 at last check) or buy system access with an ebook directly from the publisher ($105 at last check). There is a free two week trial period. Your course grade will be based on homework and exams (midterm exams and cumulative final in Moodle).

Expectations: Students are expected to view all video modules, complete the homework assignments, and participate in virtual tutoring hours when they have questions.