CS 1313 010 Fall 2015
Programming for Non-majors
University of Oklahoma


ALL INFORMATION ON THIS WEBPAGE
IS TENTATIVE
UNTIL 10:30AM MON AUG 24 2015.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Pending Events & Deadlines

  • Because of the OU-Texas holiday on Fri Oct 9 and Engineering Open House on Fri Nov 1, there will be neither lecture nor lab sessions that day.
     
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  • Quiz #14
    In lecture 10:30-10:45am Mon Apr 27 2015
    Quiz questions are taken word-for-word from Homework #14.
    Open book & open notes but not open neighbor nor open device UNLESS OTHERWISE ANNOUNCED
    NOTE: This is a BONUS assignment: your score on it WILL be applied to increase the sum of your quiz scores, but its maximum possible score WON'T be applied to increase the sum of maximum possible quiz scores.
     
    So this assignment is GUARANTEED to help your overall percentage score for the semester (and thus to help your overall letter grade for the course), UNLESS YOU GET A ZERO ON IT (for example, by not doing it at all).
     
  • Short Programming Assignment (CodeLab) #14
    17 exercises
    Due by 10:30am Fri May 1
    To find out which exercises are due soon, SORT BY DEADLINE. See the section on Short Programming Assignments, below, for instructions on how to sort by deadline.  
    NOTE: This is a BONUS assignment: your score on it WILL be applied to increase the sum of your quiz scores, but its maximum possible score WON'T be applied to increase the sum of maximum possible quiz scores.
     
    So this assignment is GUARANTEED to help your overall percentage score for the semester (and thus to help your overall letter grade for the course), UNLESS YOU GET A ZERO ON IT (for example, by not doing it at all).
     
    If you need help with CodeLab,
     
  • Comprehensive Final Exam
    Mon May 4, 8:00-10:00am, Dale Hall 103
    Open book & open notes but not open neighbor nor open device UNLESS OTHERWISE ANNOUNCED
     

  • SYLLABUS

    LECTURES
    Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10:30-11:20am
    Dale Hall 103 (NE corner of Elm & Lindsey)
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    INSTRUCTOR
    Dr. Henry Neeman
    405-325-5386, One Partners Place Suite 2600 @ 350 David L. Boren Blvd.)

    HELP SESSIONS WITH INSTRUCTOR
    Mondays 12:00-3:00pm in Carson Engineering Center 205, corner of Boyd & Asp starting Mon Jan 26
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    OFFICE VISITS (at One Partners Place)
    BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, MADE AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE

    CONTACTING THE INSTRUCTOR AND THE TAs
    Please contact Dr. Neeman and ALL the TAs by unless it's an emergency.
    When contacting one, unless it's a personal matter, please contact ALL (instructor and all TAs).
    Please DON'T call the main offices of the School of Computer Science, the College of Engineering, OU Information Technology or One Partners Place UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

    TEACHING ASSISTANTS
    Mohammed Alsolami, TA
    Hristo Ivanov, TA
    Aniteja Kota, TA

    LAB SECTIONS
    Attendance is MANDATORY.
    Fridays in Carson Engineering Center 205
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    Section 011: Fridays Carson 205 12:00 - 12:50pm Aniteja Kota
    Section 012: Fridays Carson 205 1:00 - 1:50pm Hristo Ivanov
    Section 013: Fridays Carson 205 2:00 - 2:50pm Hristo Ivanov
    Section 014: Fridays Carson 205 3:00 - 3:50pm Mohammed Alsolami

    TA HELP SESSIONS
    NEW LOCATION: Now held in CARSON S-18.
    Click here for a campus map (works best in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome). NOTE: CS1313 provides over 13 hours of scheduled time (lectures, lab sessions, help sessions) per week, except when otherwise announced.


    Ambitious, Tentative List of Topics (not necessarily in this order)


    Prerequisite: MATH 1523 (Precalculus and Trigonometry) or equivalent, either before or concurrent with CS 1313
    Note: CS 1313 is NOT for students majoring or minoring in CS or enrolled in CS option/emphasis programs.

    To Be Purchased:

    Required work (and percent of overall grade)

    Recommended work

    Web-based Short Programming Assignments (CodeLab)
    Instructions on how to register for and use CodeLab are posted on the CS1313 website, below. EACH SHORT PROGRAMMING ASSIGNMENT WILL CONSIST OF MULTIPLE NUMBERED CODELAB EXERCISES.

    Grading

    Lab Sessions

    Course Policies

    Web Postings
    All printable course materials, including lecture slides, homework assignments and programming project specifications, will be posted on the course website (cs1313.ou.edu). YOU are responsible for downloading and printing these materials. The only printed materials that you should expect to receive in lecture are the syllabus, the quizzes and the exams.

    E-mail
    Often, we need to alert the class to an important issue or problem. You should check your e-mail AT LEAST twice a week, but daily is even better. Course e-mails are sent to your official OU e-mail address; YOU are responsible for making sure that course e-mails are getting to you.

    Campus/Course Holidays (no lectures, labs or help sessions)

    Disability

    Religious Holidays

    — OU Norman Campus Faculty Handbook, August 2012

    Adjustments for Pregnancy/Childbirth Related Issues

    Title IX Resources

    Academic Misconduct


    HOW TO DO WELL IN CS1313


    HANDOUTS & ASSIGNMENTS

    Syllabus:     PDF

    Lecture Slides

    Homeworks (quizzes on these are worth 10% of overall grade.)

    Short Programming Assignments (worth 10% of overall grade)

    Programming Projects (worth 45% of overall grade)

    Exams


    USEFUL INFORMATION


    Instructional Team Quick-find
    Henry Neeman     Instructor         webpage
    Mohammed Alsolami     TA    
    Hristo Ivanov     TA    
    Aniteja Kota     TA    


    This webpage: http://cs1313.ou.edu/