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AssignmentsAssignments count toward 40% of your course grade. Two types of assignments will be given out during the semester: written and programming. These assignments may overlap: i.e., there may be times when you have been handed out both a written assignment and a programming assignment.
There will be about 9 written homework assignments during the semester. You will get a week to do each one. Written assignments count toward 25% of the course grade.
Homework will be assigned on a Tuesday and must be turned in at the beginning of class on the Tuesday it is due. There is no late period for assignments in this course.
All work must be your own. Homework assignments should not be done in groups. Duplicate assignments, all or in part, will receive negative grades.
Essays and answers to discussion questions on assignments must be coherent, succinct, readable, and grammatically correct English prose. Part of the grading for such questions reflects this requirement.
All work must be neat and legible. Illegible or poorly formatted work receives no credit. We reserve the right to define what is or is not legible or easily read.
There will be about 5 Java programming assignments during the semester. You will get two weeks to do each one. Programming assignments count toward 15% of the course grade.
Programming homework will be assigned on a Thursday and are due in two weeks. All programming assignments must be submitted in electronic form, as *.java files, by 9:00 PM via WebCT on the Thursday the assignment is due. There is no late period for assignments in this course.
Assignments will not be accepted in any other form. DO NOT E-MAIL assignment solutions to either instructor or the GTA. Instead send an email message about the problems you are having submitting the assignment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There may be a severe penalty for submitting an assignment by email, without the explicit permission of the instructor.
All work must be your own. Programming assignments should not be done in groups. Duplicate assignments, all or in part, will receive negative grades.
|Last updated: January 6, 2005|