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CS 115C - Computers and Applications


This is the official home page for CS 115-C held during the Fall 2002 semester at Wilkes University. The course is cross platform and will cover topics on both Macintosh and Windows computers.

Instructor:Matthew J. Zukoski
Office:SLC 423
Office Hours:MWF 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
MF 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
W 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
or by appointment
E-mail:zukoski@wilkes.edu
Web:http://course.wilkes.edu/cs115c
Phone:570-408-4840
(on a campus phone, just dial 4840)
Course Text:Computer Confluence
by George Beekman
Meets:2:00 - 2:50 - Breiseth 107 or SLC 409 - Mondays
2:00 - 2:50 - Breiseth 108 - Wednesdays
2:00 - 2:50 - Breiseth 105 - Friday


Your grade will be made up of:
 

2 in-class exams: 20% each
Projects30%
Final Exam20%
Homework10%


Schedule

A week-by-week course schedule can be found here.

Projects

It is important to turn in all projects. Anyone attempting less than 50% of the project points will not pass the course. Get started early on projects. We will be using Macintosh and PC computers for the assignments. They are located in rooms SLC 409, SLC 403 and in Breiseth 006 (basement). The schedule will be posted on the door. Any problems with computers or printers should be reported to the help line, extension HELP or helpdesk@wilkes.edu. Assignments must be turned in at the beginning of class on the day they are due. Assignments will not be accepted later than when I leave for the day on the due date.

Files

Files needed for projects.

Links

Links to useful Internet resources.

Cheating

Assignments are expected to be individual work. Duplication means a grade of minus the assignment's value for that assignment. Second occurrences cause a failure of the entire course. All instances of cheating are reported to the Academic Deans.

Audits and Withdrawals

University course withdrawal policy is within the first eight (8) weeks. A course must be declared an audit in the first week of classes. There will be no incomplete grades.

Violations

Misuse or abuse of hardware or software, including plagiarism, theft or destruction of hardware, software or materials, invasion of privacy, obstruction of computer use by others, unauthorized use of computer hardware, or violations of software copyrights will be grounds for sanctions against the violator. These sanctions can include course failure, suspension or expulsion from school.

Attendance

Attendance is taken. You are allowed to miss three lectures in the semester without penalty. Beyond three may cause a decrease in your grade.

Web E-mail

An easy way to get your mail via the web.
Last modified on 06-Oct-2002
(c) 2000 Matthew J. Zukoski (zukoski@wilkes.edu)

 




Last update: Monday, October 7, 2002 at 1:45:43 AM.

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