CSCI 101 - Intro to Computer Science

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09/26/2019
Common exams for CSCI 101 are:
            Thursday, October 3, 2019
            Wednesday, November 13, 2019
            Wednesday, November 20, 2019 (Python)
Locations:
      Section A: MZ 326
      Section B: CT 102
      Section C: MZ 226
      Section D: CK 130
      Section E: MZ 126
      Section F: BE 241
      Section G: BE 243

09/22/2019
Final exam:
Monday, December 9th, 7:00-9:00pm
Location: TBD

09/13/2019
ALS Topic 1: Quality Code Writing
     Tues 9/17: 7-8pm (Grace and Liam)
     Wed 9/18: 7-8pm (Dagny and Jake)
     Thurs 9/19: 7-8pm (Shania and Alejandro)
     Fri 9/20: 6:30-7:30pm (Caleb and Jhon)
Location: CK150

09/13/2019
Active Learning Sessions (ALS)
     Attend/Participate in 1 for credit (4 points HW)
     Attend/Participate >1 for extra credit (4 pts/each)
Topics/Weeks:
     Topic 1: Quality Code Writing (week Sept 16th)
     Topic 2: Graphics (week Oct 7th)
     Topic 3: Debugging (week Oct 28th)
     Topic 4: Recursion (week Nov 18th)

08/30/2019
Common exams, 7:30-9:00pm, are scheduled for:
    Thursday, October 3, 2019
    Wednesday, November 13, 2019
    Wednesday, November 20, 2019 (Python)
Location: TBD

08/19/2019
Welcome to CSCI 101- Intro to Computer Science! Here is a quick guide to where everything is on this site. The schedule page will list what we will be doing in each upcoming class; you will want to visit this page most often, as it provides details on what you need to do to prepare for our upcoming class (e.g., video watching, zyBook sections). To encourage you to keep up with the course, we will have a short quiz at the start of almost every class. (You'll need to purchase/activate a Clicker for the quizzes.) The assignments page will provide a schedule of due dates for items that need to be turned in (e.g., writings, Python code). For any question on course logistics, check out the syllabus page, as it might contain the answer you need. The contact page is also useful to discover when your instructor/peer mentors are available. We look forward to spending the semester with you!




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