Sergio AntoyTeaching Assistant
office: FAB 120-26
e-mail: email@example.com (checked daily)
phone: 503-725-3009 (checked weekly)
office hours: TR 1:00-1:45 PM and by appointment
class time and location: see the CS schedule
Contact point for everything related to the course except homework, unless you have a homework issue that you were not able to resolve with the TA.
office hours, in the Fish Bowl: Monday 3:00-5:00PM and Wednesday 10:00AM-11:50 AM.
Contact point for everything related to homework: questions, clarifications, solutions, grades, submissions by e-mail, etc.
The Computer Science tutors are available for free drop-in tutoring six days a week. They can provide help with specific homework or project questions as well as supplementary instruction on concepts. Their hours are 11am - 6pm Weekdays and 12pm - 5pm Saturdays in Suite 88 in the lower level of the Fourth Avenue Building. They also provide support via IRC at #CSHELPMaterial
Their website is http://cat.pdx.edu/tutors.html.
Textbook Discrete Structures, Logic, and Computability, 3rd ed., by J. Hein. Jones and Bartlett, 2009.Grading
Course Objectives ABET-based.
Course Objectives exam-based.
Schedule of the course. It might be updated during the course. Check it regularly.
Exams format, grading, dates, etc.
Homework format and procedures.
Homework solutions (managed by the TA).
Basis for grade, criteria, computation and accessibility.
Grades (will be regularly updated).
Slides used during the lectures. They are not a replacement for the textbook.
Exam-like questions (without solution).
Exam-like questions (with solution).
Multiple choices (just kidding).
Recorded lectures (when available).
Scores and Comments of the Fall 2011 student evaluations.
Ratemyprofessors.com other comments and evaluations.
See links to Basis for grade, Exams, and Homework.Objectives
See links to objectives (both ABET- and exam-based) in the Material section.Miscellanea
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