cannot share code. You are expected to do all homework assignments by yourself – DO NOT GIVE YOUR CODE TO YOUR FRIENDS! You are responsible for completing the assignments yourself. (Your fingers are the only ones that should touch the keyboard). If your assignment uses features of the language that have not yet been covered in this course, you may be asked to defend your work. Academic dishonesty will notbe tolerated. Programming assignments will be submitted to MOSS, a software checking utility developed byStanford University. MOSS compares each submission with others, and rates them by similarity. If you turn in the same assignment or uncommonly similar assignment to another student (past or present), or if your assignment is uncommonly similar to code found on the internet, you will receive 0 points for the assignment, and potentially a grade of “F” for the course. You will be reported to the Dean of Student Development. CommunicationCollege EmailThe Montgomery College e-mail account is the official means of communication. Checkyour email account routinely for course announcements, invoices, important admission/registration information, waitlist status etc. I do not regularly check Blackboard messages. The best way to contact me is via email at [email protected]. General Course Information and Policies
Thisis a face-to-face lecture course. However, all assignments, discussions and Midterm I will be administered through Blackboard. Midterm II and the Final Exam will be paper exams. Completion of all assignments is necessary in order to pass this course. A. Technical Requirements & Technical Support PolicyYou will be uploading all assignments/labs to the Blackboard website. You will need the following to participate in this class: Regular use of a computer with Internet access. You may use computers in the computer labs in Humanities and Computer Science (see “Computer Lab Usage/Privileges” above for locations and hours). Expect to spend several hours online each week. A web browser such as Internet Explorer or Firefox. Java IDE and SDK (available at )A file viewer for Adobe Acrobatand powerpoint files.For technical assistancewith college supported resources, call the Montgomery College IT Service Desk at 240-567-7222. The HELP link on the left-hand course menulinks to the MC Blackboard Online Support Center. Students can 1. Call the Support Center at 240-567-7222, or 2. Chat with a service representative, or 3. Submit a ticket. The My Support link at the top of the Blackboard Online Support Center screen links to a history of one’s correspondence with the support center. System Downtime The Office of Information Technology conducts computer network maintenance on Sunday morning from 12:01 AM to 6:00 AM each week. During this time you may be not be able to access My MC to login to Blackboard. Do not rely on this time to submit course work.