Welcome to the Spring 2021 UofA cs110 course homepage. This is the first in a sequence of two introductory programming courses in the computer science department at the University of Arizona. This course requires no prior programming experience, but does require that you have taken College Algebra. We will be using python 3 in this course, and as a student, you will learn the basics of this language. By the end of the semester, you should be able to write complete, well-structured programs in python. For more information about the course and policies, see the course syllabus.
This course is scheduled as an in-person course, and the exact meeting time(s) are shown in the syllabus. However:
Regardless wether you are enrolled in the in-person version or online, this course will be do-able 100% online, in case you cant make it to class. Please read through the syllabus thoroughly to understand how the course will operate. I highly recommend you read the whole thing, and pay special attention to the “Coursework and Grading Policies” section. Use this link to join live class (the same as the office hour link):
Also note that the live classes will mostly be semi-structured active learning sessions. The actual “lecture” content will be in the video quizzes, available on D2L.
NOTE: Please use class time, office hours and/or the course Piazza page for all course related communications. Please don’t email the instructor directly, unless absolutely necessary.
|Course information, policies, grade breakdown, etc
|Schedule of topics, exam dates, links to materials, holidays
|Programming/Homework assignments, both big and small
|Student / TA meeting
|Info about meetings with TAs
|Office Hours Schedule
|Chat with the Instructor, TA, and classmates!
|Free tutoring provided by the CS department
|Used for submitting your assignments, prep problems, and exams
|Use D2L to take the video quizzes, access the e-book, and view your grades
|Piazza will be the main hub for coursework, grade, and homework related questions!
|Rules to follow when coding
|CodingBat and CodeSBS
|Websites for additional programming practice
|A graphics module for 110 PAs
|A reference for graphics module functions