Thanks to the efforts of past TAs and students, the CS107 course web site has grown into a wonderful storehouse of useful information. But now there is so much here that it sometimes can be hard to find what you need. This site map is designed to introduce to you to what is available and guide your explorations so you won't miss out on any of the good stuff!
- Handout 01 Course overview contains a summary of the course logistics and policies
- Honor Code and Collaboration details how the Honor Code applies in this course, including specific examples of acceptable and unacceptable collaboration
- Late policy explains the late policy
- The FAQ contains answers to questions commonly asked by prospective students. There are additional FAQ sections at the foot of various pages to answer common questions specific to Assignments, Labs and so on.
Navigating the course web site
- Announcements. Any course announcements will be posted to the Home page. Plan to regularly visit the home page to catch these updates.
- Syllabus. The schedule and readings for upcoming lectures is on the Syllabus page accessible form the menu. It's recommended to do the assigned reading in advance for best effect.
- Assignments and Labs. These materials are published on the pages for Assignments and Labs. Some students have found it helpful to use web highlighter tools (e.g. webnotes.net, roohit.com, Marker.to ...) to mark up key parts of the writeup when working.
- Gradebook. Your grades are posted to the online Gradebook. You will need to authenticate with webauth to view your grades. We will post scores for assignments, labs, and exams to your gradebook. We appreciate your efforts to verify your entries are properly recorded and alert us to any discrepancies so we can correct them.
- Site search. Enter a term or phrase in the search box in the upper-right corner and you should be rewarded with a list of matching pages. (We are using Google's site-search for this and we're not sure of the schedule on which it updates our index, but we're hoping it's often enough to keep the search useful.)