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Sections 7 and 9

Welcome to the website for CS101 Sections 7 and 9. These sections meet Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:30am and 12:30pm, respectively, in 206 Armstrong Hall on the WVU downtown campus.

You should plan to check your MIX e-mail account and visit this webpage daily to remain up-to-date on important information in the course.

New to the course?

Get started with Computer Science 101 by visiting the Start Here page. Learn out about your instructor on the Instructor Welcome & Contact Information page.

Getting Started

Please read through the getting started link. Make sure you have the book, the MyITLab software (it comes with the book if you purchase the recommended eText bundled), as well as the Microsoft Office 2016 software (WVU provides all students Microsoft Office free of charge - Learn more at the WVU Information Technology Services website.)

If you have a Mac, please be sure to read our information for Mac users.  

Once you have finished reading Getting Started, you may want to look at the resources below.   

Course Units

Here is a link to our course units - Course Unit Page.  Please note that the Course Units have notes and course objectives.  Our deadlines are listed on the Section Schedule page, along with suggested daily readings.  The Assignments page has all of the information you will need to complete the assignments.

eText Access

If you've purchased access to the eText, here are links to access it.

MyIT Lab Access

Please be sure that you've followed the instructions to register for MyIT Lab on the Registration Instructions page.

Announcements

Check the CS101 website and your MIX e-mail daily

All CS101 content is delivered through the CS101 website and MyITLab. Please be sure you check this website and your MIX e-mail on a daily basis. eCampus will not be used this semester.

Claim your WVU Login account

If you haven't already done so, please claim your WVU Login account so that you can use CS101 computers and the course website.