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Lec 01 Introduction - FIT1002 Computer Programming 2010...

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FIT1002 Computer Programming 2010 Module 1 Unit Overview www.monash.edu.au Module 1 – Unit Overview and Introduction to Java FIT1002 Computer Programming Semester 1, 2010 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 WARNING This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Monash University pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Do not remove this notice. The authors acknowledge that material in these modules has been adapted from slides produced by Lewis, DePasquale and Chase for Java Foundations: Introduction to Programming and Data Structures , Addison-Wesley, 2007 2 Lecture Outline • About FIT1002 • Introducing the FIT1002 Teaching Team • Text Books • Lecture structure (and study guides) • Tutorial structure • Laboratory structure • Assessment 3 About FIT1002 • FIT1002 Computer Programming forms part of the common core for first year FIT undergraduates • Its key objectives are to prepare students to: – understand the computational process; – gain experience in programming problem solving; – develop skills in design and construction of simple object- oriented programs using Java as the implementation language; – build a solid foundation for further programming study; – understand the role/nature of professional programming practice.
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FIT1002 Computer Programming 2010 Module 1 Unit Overview 4 Introducing the lecturers • This unit is taught across six different campuses: – Berwick (Matthew Butler) – Caulfield (Angela Carbone) – Clayton (David Green) – Gippsland (Shane Moore) – Malaysia (Mylini Munusamy) – South Africa (Sheelagh Walton) For specific details about your campus lecturer and tutors visit the campus specific link in MUSO 5 Resources –Unit Materials Unit Material Access – All unit materials are available through Monash University Studies Online (MUSO) – MUSO includes a number of Learning Management Systems including Blackboard and Moodle . – Although Blackboard is the primary application used to deliver your unit resources this unit is piloting Moodle . You can access Moodle via the portal ( http://my.monash.edu.au ). You will see a link from your Blackboard unit to Moodle ( http://moodle.monash.edu.au ) – Further details about MUSO will be provided in your first laboratory session. – Your lecturer will let you know about any local arrangements Unit Materials A unit guide which specifies lots of detail about the unit – Summary sheet – Weekly lecture notes – Study guides – Tutorial and Practical sheets – On-line quizzes 6 Resources –Textbooks Textbooks Prescribed > Lewis, J., DePasquale P., and Chase J. (2008) JAVA Foundations., Pearson Education, ISBN 0-321-48678-1 Recommended reading for students with programming experience > Arnold, K., Gosling, J., and Holmes, D. (2006) The Java Programming Language, Fourth Edition, Addison- Wesley, Upper Saddle River, NJ, ISBN 0-321-34980-6
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