A listing of the items you need to succeed in CS101 is on our Course Materials page.
Get ready for Exam #1 by attending a review session on Friday, September 26 at 1:30pm in 206 Armstrong Hall. Proctor Sam Rescorl will lead students through completing the Big East Basketball Problem.
Can't make it to the review session? You can still get ready by watching a video of completing a review project, trying out a exam review project yourself, reviewing our study guide, or practicing your homework assignments. Visit our Exam Resources page to get started.
Starting Monday, September 22, students in First-Year Seminar and BCOR 199 can count time spent in CS101 Open Lab during their study lab hours requirement. There will be a computer designated for TutorTrac kiosk use during Open Lab for students to use in tracking their time.
If you want to access an eBook for Exploring Microsoft Office 2013: Volume 2 but don't like the Pearson eReader linked through MyITLab, another option is now available. CS101 students were sent an e-mail on September 22 with a free VitalSource redemption code and instructions for accessing the eBook through the VitalSource's website.
eBooks for both Volumes 1 and 2 will continue to be available through the Pearson eReader. Volume 1 will also still be in CourseSmart. Students who purchased the print book can continue using those if they like. The print, Pearson, VitalSource, and CourseSmart versions of the books all have the same content.
In certain cases, MyITLab questions may not work entirely as expected. A list of known issues, along with notes on how to successfully complete the questions, is available.
Have some quick questions about your homework project? CS101 is ready to help you via chat on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm-7:30pm through Open Lab Online.