NOTE: Some links in this syllabus page may only be accessible to currently enrolled students.
Syllabus Quiz: This quiz is based on the syllabus, so understand the syllabus before taking it. You'll need to score 100% in order to access the Week 1 materials! Don't Fall Behind!
NOTE: This quiz is only available to currently-registered students.
Contacting the instructor — Piazza and Slack are the best forums for asking non-personal questions about the course. For private (e.g. grade questions) communications, the instructor is available by email or Slack DM.
Contacting the TAs — To contact the TAs, open Canvas Inbox, compose a new message, select this course, then next to the ‘To’ box click the address book, select “Teaching Assistants”, then choose the name(s) of TAs you wish to contact. Alternately you can DM them on Slack.
Discussion boards will be through Piazza, a link here for our Winter 2020 discussion boards: https://piazza.com/class/k48u0m8sxsn4tm.
Listing by Day: (note: We're still getting the links up and running. If the link isn't up, the room isn't functioning yet)
Joseph note: I apologize for the variability in my office hours, this largely depends on meetings, but I should be on every weekday evening, some earlier afternoons, and weekend mornings when I can.
Update: 12 January, 2020 (reduced TA time, as they were awarded some RA time, congrats!)
|Wednesday||1-3pm (Jiaqi)?, 2-4 (Dayeon)||~5-6+ (Joseph)|
|Friday||1-3pm (Jiaqi)||~5-6+ (Joseph)|
|Saturday||~9-10+ (Joseph)||4-7pm (Rafid)|
|Sunday||~9-10+ (Joseph)||~5-6+ (Joseph, whenever available!)|
eCampus Resources - These resources will be useful for all of your classes throughout the term... Library Information, Helpdesk Contact Info, Canvas Tech Support, etc...
- You can also get in contact with us on Slack or Piazza and we can chat about our backgrounds!
Instructor IntroductionNew Instructor Introduction coming soon!
Watch the video above to meet the course instructor.
Introduce Yourself!Follow the "Piazza" link on the Navigation sidebar and go to the "Introduce Yourself" thread, where you should ... Introduce yourself!
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
To add some comments, click the "Edit" link at the top.