You may collaborate on homeworks, labs, and prequizzes. When you collaborate on homeworks and labs, you must indicate that you did so when you turn in your assignment. You must tell us the names and prism ID's of the students you collaborated with. Failure to do so is a violation of the honor code. For the format of the collaboration statement, go here.
Are unannounced and during lecture. Come to lecture! The lowest one will be dropped, this also includes a missed pop quiz.
Homeworks are programming-oriented and are due at 7 PM local Atlanta time on the due date indicated. Late assignments that are up to 24 hours late will be accepted for up to 80% credit only. Once the 24 hours passes, Sakai will no longer accept submissions.
Are during lecture and most likely will take the whole class period.
Students will be able to read, understand, modify, and assemble from pieces programs that achieve useful communication tasks: Image manipulation, sound synthesis and editing, text (e.g., HTML) creation and manipulation, and digital video effects.
We will always give you examples to use when we ask you to program
Students will learn what computer science is about, especially data representations, algorithms, encodings, forms of programming.
Students will learn useful computing skills, including graphing and database concepts