Introduction to Computers and Programming
Fall 2010 -- Section 7: Python
Instructor: Andrew Case
All official announcements will be made to the Mailing List. If enrolled in this course you need to be subscribed to the mailing list and should have received a welcome email.
General .:. Syllabus .:. Class Notes .:. Assignments .:. Resources .:. Help
If at any time: you have questions, feel like you're falling behind, or don't understand the material; there is always help available. Please reach out to as many of these facilities as it takes to get on track:
- Mailing List: V22_0002_007_fa10 - is available for general class discussion and where all official announcements will be made.
- Notes: See the class notes for reading references, class notes, and python example code from class.
- Office Hours: Visit my office hours on Tuesdays 5:00-6:00pm (or by appointment)
- E-Tutor: Andrew Lott (firstname.lastname@example.org) is our e-tutor. If you have any questions about the material or a homework assignment, you can email him.
- Lab Tutors: Abhishek Saksena (email@example.com) and Warren Behr (firstname.lastname@example.org) are available to help you with your programming assignments. They will be available to help students at 14 Washington Place lab and will be using the PC just to the right as you come down the stairs, at the following times.
* Monday: Abhishek 11-2, Warren 5-7
* Tuesday: Warren 2-4
* Wednesday: Abhishek 11-2
* Thursday: Abhishek 10-12, Warren 2-5
* Friday: Abhishek 11-1, Warren 1-4
- The resources page has links to lots of online documentation that is available.
- In addition CAS has a College Learning Center which provides free tutoring. Tutoring schedule for V22.0002 is:
University Hall / 110 East 14th Street, in the UHall Commons
* Sundays 6-10
* Tuesdays 3:30 - 6
* Thursdays 12-2, 8-10
* Fridays 12-3
© 2010 Andrew I. Case