4003-241: Problem-Based Introduction to CS
RIT Department of Computer Science
4003-241: A Problem-Based Introduction to CS
Last updated on
Tue Feb 12 08:42:27 EST 2013
Week 10: Final Exam Review
Week 10 Review worksheet covered in week 10.
The CSC is giving its final exam review on
FRIDAY, 2/15/2013, 6-8pm, in GOL-3445.
Amog is giving the TA final exam review on
SATURDAY, 2/16/2013, 2-4pm, in GOL-1400.
Week 2: Recursion
Based on this week's learnings, you might be interested in
working on a Python 'painting' for the CS1
Recursive Art Show.
See the Art Show Instructions
Week 1: Overview of the Course's Top Level Links
- Home is a link to the main page containing these announcements.
- MyCourses links to
where you will submit homeworks and labs.
- Resources provides reference materials, links and information.
- Schedule lists assignments and
has links to each week's lecture problems and homework.
- Syllabus defines the official rules for the course;
This overview is a summary of those details.
- Sections lists the instructors, class locations,
Teaching Assistants(TAs), and student lab instructors(SLIs).
- Recitations contains materials from weekly sessions led by
Teaching Assistants. These will be posted at the end of the week.
The First Lab Instructions
should help you through the first lab.
- Lab and Homework Assignments:
- If you miss any lab problem-solving, see your instructor
to obtain materials; problem-solving materials are not posted.
- Each Lab and Homework is due
before the deadline shown on its drop box in MyCourses.
Lab 1 is usually due by 2:00am some day in the middle of week 2.
Homework 1 is usually due by 2:00am some day at the end of week 1.
- Lab and Homework numbering is sequential,
and there are 8 of each.
Since there is no lab or homework given in week 5,
labs 5 through 8 are in weeks 6 through 9;
i.e. lab 5 and homework 5 are given in week 6.
- Your SLI will provide grades and comments in MyCourses
approximately eight to ten days after the assignment due date.