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CS177: Programming with Multimedia Objects . (This page last modified Saturday, January 9, 2010.) The class web page that contains this overview and more information is found at: http://www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/cs177 The Academic Integrity Policy for CS 177 appears at the bottom of this page. The procedure for obtaining CS Department Computer Accounts for CS 177 students appears at the bottom of this page. Course Personnel Lesson time and location Time Location For Non CS Students 7:30 - 8:20 am, Monday and Wednesday PHYS 114 For CS Majors Only, For CS Students 4:30 pm - 5:20 pm Monday and Wednesday RHPH 164 Textbook: Introduction to Computing and Programming in Phyton A Multimedia Approach Mark Guzdial, Barbara Ericson, ISBN-10: 0-13-606023-4, ISBN-13: 978-0- 13-606023-9, Prentice Hall, 2010. Instructors: Phone Office Office Hours E-Mail Address Prof. Hubert E. Dunsmore 49-41996 LWSN 1189 TBD bxd@cs.purdue.edu Dr. Lorenzo D. Martino 49-67435 HAAS 144 TBD lmartino@.purdue.edu Lab Administrator: TBD
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i>clicker Pads CS 177 uses iclicker Pads in the class. These pads will be used several times for quizzes and short answer questions. If you do not have one already, obtain a iclicker pad as soon as possible. To register it for CS 177, login in Blackboard < \a>, and then follow the link "Register your iclicker here" on the page above. Until you register, your votes are tied to your clicker remote ID. Once you register, all of your previously recorded votes/responses will be tied to you. To locate your i>clicker remote ID, see the back of your remote and enter the series of numbers (and perhaps letters) on the white sticker on the bottom of your clicker. We will begin using these CPS Pads the first day of class. You will likely use your pad for many classes here at Purdue. Grades Your grade in this course will be determined according to the following weighting factors: 40% Programming assignments 15% Lab Assignments 5% Quizzes 40% Exams IMPORTANT -- Exams can only be "made up" in extraordinary circumstances if arrangements are made with the CS 177 Instructional Coordinator. Such arrangements should be made at least one week before the exam. "Made up" exams must be taken BEFORE the time the rest of the class takes the same exam. In CS 177 it is most likely that we will use the following grading curve:
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