Most of the course information can be found in the pdf course outline. Note: this was changed to incorporate a modification in the grading policy and to bring the outline of topics in line with what was actually covered given the constraints of time.
As we go through the course, I will update this overview of material.
Scanned course notes are available here. Note that notes from lectures 1, 3-5 will not appear here, for various reasons.
The only textbook listed for this course is a (translation of) Euclid's elements. The 1908 translation by Sir Thomas Heath is now in the public domain, and various editions are available, besides the one available in the bookstore. Other books and materials that may be useful during the term will be listed here.
The slides from the first lecture.
The final exam will take place on 21 December 2015. Since this is the first time that Math 308 has been taught covering exactly this material, previous final exams are not a good guide to what will be on this year's final. Here is a list of some sample questions of about the right level for a final exam question. I will add to this list over the next week or two (up until about 11 December). A practice final will be put online later.