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ECS 15 - Introduction to Computers Winter 2016 Lecture: MWF 2:10pm - 3:00pm Roessler 66 Lab: A01 M 9:00am - 12:00pm HUTCH 93 (HC) A02 M 3:10pm - 6:00pm SCILAB 2020 (LL) A03 R 3:10pm - 6:00pm SCILAB 2020 (LL) A04 T 1:40pm - 4:30pm HUTCH 75 (SF) A05 F 11:00am - 2:00pm HUTCH 75 (HC) Instructor: Kurt Eiselt ([email protected]) email must contain "ECS15" in the subject line Office Hours: 11:00am - 12:00pm on Tuesdays or by appointment 3051 Kemper Teaching Assistants: Harshvardhan Chauhan ([email protected]) Sifat Ferdousi ([email protected]) Li Li ([email protected]) TA Office Hours: Joint with lab sessions and by appointment Reader: William Dyer ([email protected]) Midterm Exam: February 8 Final Exam: TBD Announcements: Please check SmartSite periodically for announcements. Optional Textbooks: Brian Kernighan, D is for Digital , ISBN: 1-4637-338-95. Spraul, V. Anton, Computer Science Made Simple , Broadway Books, 2005, ISBN: 0- 7679-1707-3. Michael Dawson, Python Programming for the Absolute Beginner, 3rd edition, Thomson Course Technology, ISBN: 1435455002 . Also available online at:
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Overview This course provides an introduction to computer uses in modern society, with a focus on uses in non- scientific disciplines. It covers the basic concepts of computer hardware and software, computer usage, the Internet, and elementary programming skills. Regrading Policy Regrading requests, if any, should be done within a week after the announcement/distribution of the graded papers. All requests must be submitted in writing, specifically explaining why additional credit is requested. Reevaluation may result in a decrease as well as an increase and is not limited to the specific question addressed by the student. Late Policy We do not accept late homework except in the case of illness, family emergency, or excused university-sponsored activity. In each case, we require documentation to verify the reason for the late submission.
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