ATSC 113 Weather for Sailing, Flying & Snow Sports
ATSC 113   Applied Meteorology (3 credits)

Weather for Sailing, Flying & Snow Sports

Welcome to this online course.


For New & Prospective Students:
- Glad you are interested.
         (Info if you joined late.
) ... (Info about summer term. )
   Course Info - Who this course is for & what we cover. 
   Course Goals - What you will be able to do.
   Roadmap - How all the components work together.
   Sample - Showing all 10 steps within a learning module.
   Instructors & TAs - See who your teachers are.
   Evaluation - Test and assignment weights. Exam tips.
   Textbooks - None to buy.  All content is free online.

For Enrolled Students:
   Getting Started
- Free software you will use.
   Canvas - Access to online modules & assignments.
   ePortfolio - A capstone project.
   Schedule - Calendar of assignments & due dates.
   Learning Goals and Associated Content: (rs)
    • Flying Weather
    • Snow-sports Weather
Sailing Weather
    • Applied Weather

   Frequently Asked Questions
- (FAQs).
Tips - All the tips, collected in one place.
   Glossary  - To quickly find keywords and jargon.
   Tools  - Maps and graphical tools.
   Report Broken Links - You tell us; we fix them.
   Examples of Experts in Action - To gain insight.

Guidelines, Info & Resources:   
   Keep Learning Online - Study and time-budgeting tips.
   Foreign Issues - For students taking UBC courses while abroad, please understand the laws of the country you are in.
   Netiquette - Treat your online classmates with respect.
   Academic Integrity - Don't cheat.
   Academic & Religious Accommodation - So all can thrive.
   Learning Commons - Toolkits to aid your academic success.
   Wellness Info - So that you can do your best, including handling stress.
   Teaching Improvement - Research to make the course better.
   Recommendations - Other courses you might enjoy.
   Atmos. Sci. Program - Consider majoring or minoring in ATSC.

UBC ATSC 113 Weather for Sailing, Flying & Snow Sports
Copyright 2016-2022 by Roland Stull
Last modification: 1 Sep 2022