CE 570 Course Syllabus (Fall 2018).pdf

Submission of hand written problem sets will require

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Submission of hand-written problem sets will require the use of a scanner. The details of minimum technical specifications, internet connection/access, and computer skills and competencies are shown below: 1. Computer Requirement To fully participate in this course, you will need to have and successfully operate a computer system that meets the following minimum technical specifications: Operating System: Windows XP or higher, Macintosh OS X Processor: 1.0 GHz or higher preferred. Memory: 1 GB of RAM or higher. Plug-ins: Adobe Reader, Flash Player, Quicktime, Java, Windows Media Player Browser: Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer (Safari for Mac) Software: Microsoft Office 2003 or Open Office, PowerPoint 2010 Viewer E-mail Account: Must be able to send/receive attachments. 2. Internet Connection/Access: Students are required to have a dependable connection to the Internet. The speed and reliability of your connection can and will directly influence your online learning experience and your ability to successfully complete assignments. A Cable, DSL, or other high speed network is highly recommended. 3. Computer Skills and Competencies Students who enroll in online courses and/or programs must have the requisite knowledge to use the computer, navigate the internet, and use TITANium. On-Line Participation Student on-line participation (e.g., blog postings) is expected. On-line Availability of Instructor The instructor will monitor course emails at least twice a week during the specified office hours. Every effort will be made to respond to emails within 24 hours during the week, but this is not guaranteed. Instructor will also be available on Skype during office hours (by appointment). Skype availability may not always be immediate, depending upon the presence of other students in the office. Alternatively, the instructor may be reached by phone. Planned Assignments Throughout the semester there will be 6-8 homework assignments. Homework assignments will generally be calculation/design type problems relevant to class discussion. Assignments must be submitted electronically onto TITANium by midnight of the day they are due. Unless specifically indicated by the instructor, assignments should be submitted in a standard readable format (PDF preferred). Calculations or diagrams completed by hand may be scanned and submitted as a PDF, jpeg, or png. Ensure that scanned documents are readable, particularly if using the greenish engineering paper. Assignments must be clearly labeled with the course number, homework assignment number, page number and your name.
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  • Fall '16
  • Jeff Kuo
  • bona fide emergencies, minimum technical specifications

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