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Computer Science 101 is a GEC course emphasizing data analysis and problem solving skills.

Learn how CS101 can benefit you.

Looking for the required course materials?

A listing of the items you need to succeed in CS101 is on the Course Materials page.

Course News

Skype for help with Open Lab Online

Need help but you don't want to leave your dorm or apartment? Open Lab Online is ready to help you via Skype! Open Lab Online will be available on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays from 7:00pm-9:00pm Eastern Time.

Get started with MyITLab

MyITLab is now ready for the Fall 2015 semester. To get started, carefully follow our MyITLab Registration Instructions.

If you need help, please visit Open Lab. MyITLab no longer requires any special software other than a web browser. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox work best.

Returning students who first took the course in Spring 2015 or Summer 2015 may be eligible to receive a replacement MyITLab code from their instructor.

for attendance

For on-campus students, attendance logins began on Monday, August 24. Be sure to only login during the scheduled time for your class.  Do not sign in for Open Lab. Students who do not sign-in for class may not receive Participation Project credit.

To sign-in, you must have a working MyID account. Go to myid.wvu.edu to activate your account if you haven't already.

Mac Virtual Machine Workshop on Friday 8/28

Want to run Windows and Office on your Mac?  By using our Virtual Machine for Mac OS Users, you can use all of the software needed in CS101 on your Mac. Follow our instructions to set up and running!

If you'd like help setting up the Mac Virtual Machine, come to Open Lab in 219 Armstrong Hall on Friday, August 28 from 10:00am-6:00pm and we will get you set up.

MyITLab Lesson A delayed to September 8

Due to the delays with MyITLab becoming available, the due date for MyITLab Lesson A has been changed from to Tuesday, September 8.