|Title:||Computational Problem Solving|
|Class Hours:||Section 1 TuesThurs 12:30 - 1:50 PM
Section 2, TuesThurs 3:30 - 4:50 PM
221-3470, (cell) 784-0149
|Office Hours:|| MW 11:00-12:00; T 11:00 - 12:00 AM; R 2:00 - 3:15
McGlothlin-Street Hall 116
|Texts:|| The Practice of Computing using Python 3, 2nd edition by William Punch and
Richard Enbody; Addison-Wesley
CS 141 Lab Manual -- available for purchase in CS office (McGl 126).
|Final Exam:||Section 1: Tuesday May 3, 9 - 12 AM
Section 2: Friday May 6, 2 - 5 PM
|Graders:||Lele Ma, MS 332;
Lihua Ren, MS 001; email@example.com
Hongyang Zhao, MS 001; firstname.lastname@example.org
|Pictures:||section 1 |
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electronic class rolls sent by the Registrar.
For undergraduates I generate the
submit list assuming that your CS
userid is the same as your IT (PACLab) userid. If your CS userid differs from your IT userid,
you must send me email telling me your CS userid.
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