CS101: Introduction to Computers and Computing
CS101: Introduction to Computers and Computing
Lecture Assignment Suggestions:
  • Five hours per week outside of class is expected to be spent studying CS101 material.
  • It is highly recommended you printout the PowerPoint presentation for each lecture at 6 slides per page so you can take notes on the printout.  If you do not have Microsoft Office download and install the free LibreOffice to view lecture PowerPoint presentations or use Google Apps via your SSU login.  You can also use the 24 hour lab or library computers to printout lecture PowerPoint presentations

Lecture 8/22 (Labs do not meet this week)
Assignments to complete prior to Introduction To CS101 Lecture =
• Make sure properly enrolled in CS101. Obtain needed class materials.
• Watch In Class Video about educational system

Lecture 8/29
Learn How to Use iClicker (bring iClicker to class)

SIMnet Introduction (just demo.  You will register into SIMnet during your second lab meeting)

Assignments to complete prior to Security Lecture =
• Look over information pertaining to securing Macintosh and Windows computers

Discuss how to prepare for First Lecture Exam

Lecture 9/5

Learn How to Register iClicker

Assignments to complete prior to Three Concepts Lecture =
• Printout PowerPoint Three Important Concepts at six slides to a page.

Assignments to complete prior to Learning Binary Lecture =
• Printout PowerPoint Learning Binary at six slides to a page.

The First Lecture Exam will cover the reading and the material presented in class during the 'Introduction to CS101 Lecture' regarding the syllabus (which will cover the 'Grading Polices' and 'Needed Course Materials' web pages on CS101 web site) and the information presented about the educational system and how it does NOT always do a good job of helping people find their correct field of study. The First Lecture Exam will also cover the reading and information presented in class during the 'Security Lecture'. The First Lecture Exam will be administered during your second lab meeting.

Break Timer