FALL2011 syllabus - RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW School of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science JERSEY CS110 Introduction to

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RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY School of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science CS110 - Introduction to Computers and Applications FALL 2011 Welcome to Introduction to Computers and Applications . In this course you will explore computer hardware and software features and gain hands-on experience with applications in presentation and spreadsheet software, database management, network applications, web page design, and graphics. You will also improve your logic and problem-solving skills as you learn programming structures and concepts. CS110 meets Goal III B(X) of the SAS Core Curriculum: Apply effective and efficient mathematical or other formal processes to reason and to solve problems. Please note the following dates on your calendar: • FALL 2011 classes begin Thursday, September 1 • Recitations begin Thursday, September 1 and continue to Tuesday, December 13 • Classes do not meet Monday, September 5 • Monday classes meet Thursday, September 8 • Recitations meet in their assigned classrooms September 1 to 7 and September 20 to October 6 • Recitations meet in the computer labs September 13 to 15 and October 11 to December 13 The location of the computer lab where your recitation meets will be announced in recitation and posted to Sakai. • Wednesday classes meet Monday, November 21 • Thursday classes meet Tuesday, November 22 • FALL 2011 classes end Tuesday, December 13 Introduction to Computers and Applications (01:198:110) meets for three fifty-five minute periods a week, two lectures and one recitation. New material is presented in lecture by your instructor. Your Teaching Assistant (TA) meets with you during recitation to review class material, review assignments and exams, and answer questions related to lecture, software assignments, programming, etc. Questions are always welcome in lecture, but many students find it more comfortable to ask questions in a small group setting like recitation. You are expected to attend lecture and recitation every week . Introduction to Computers and Applications requires a considerable amount of computer work, which you must complete on your own time. All assignments are hands-on. As a general rule, you should expect to complete one assignment each week throughout the semester and schedule four to six hours per week in the computer lab. If you prefer to complete assignments using your own computer, speak with your instructor to be sure you have the appropriate software. Academic Integrity The Department of Computer Science strictly adheres to the Rutgers University Policy on Academic Integrity, as described on the Academic Integrity at Rutgers website http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu/ Students enrolled in Department of Computer Science courses are advised that all allegations of academic dishonesty will be fully investigated and any evidence of academic dishonesty will be reported to Office of Student Conduct for appropriate action. With regard to software applications assignments and
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course INTO TO CO 110 taught by Professor Frantrees during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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FALL2011 syllabus - RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW School of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science JERSEY CS110 Introduction to

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