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CS101 Lecture 1 1 Welcome to CompSci 1 1 Introduction to the Compsci 101 course Algorithms Programming steps 2 Will be available on the web Course Information Document Lab One Worksheet 3 CompSci 101 People Ann Cameron (Lab Supervisor) Email: [email protected]ckland.ac.nz Phone: 373-7599 ext 84947 Room: 303.594 Alastair Abbot (Lecturer) Email: [email protected] Phone: 373-7599 ext 87599 Room: 303.576 4 People cont. Adriana Ferraro (Course Coordinator) Email: [email protected] Phone: 373-7599 ext 87113 Room: 303.592 (5th floor of the Computer Science Building) 5 Office Hours Open door policy Visit any time 6 Things to do this week Read the Course Information Document Complete your Lab One Preparation Sheet Visit the Tutorial Lab (GTL: room G75) on the ground floor Buy the CompSci 101 Coursebook Buy the Code Examples booklet
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CS101 Lecture 1 2 7 Course Book and Lecture Slides Any lecture slides will be available on the web before each lecture. http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/compsci101ssc/ CompSci 101 Coursebook Available from the UBS Bookshop in the Kate Edger Information Commons. CompSci 101 Code Examples booklet Available from the UBS Bookshop 8 Course Requirements PRACTICAL THEORY Test 15% Exam 60% Labs 10% Assignments 15% To pass the course you MUST pass the PRACTICAL (i.e. get 12.5 / 25) you MUST pass the THEORY (i.e. get 37.5 / 75) Assessment 9 Test The test is worth 15% of your final mark.
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