Dr. Aleksander Malinowski, office JOBST 328,
phone: +1 (309) 306 1131, e-mail: olekmali at bradley dot edu,
Office hours are posted using FSMail Google Calendar and by appointment.
Via pre-recorded lectures (300MB size AVI files 1280x1024) and assigned readings, available through Bradley University Continuing Education Center. The current course Web site is hosted using Sakai on-line Course management System - open lab homework assignments, source code examples, and some additional resources are available.
ADTs, Data Structures, and Problem Solving with C++, 2/E
by L. Nyhoff, Prentice Hall, 2005, ISBN 0-13-140909-3
Suggested reference books for programmers of different skill levels are posted on the course Web site.
One of the listed Software Packages is required:
The course has its Web page on Sakai. Partial course notes, homework assignments, announcements, and examples of past exams will be posted only on Sakai. You are responsible for maintaining a reliable e-mail account at Bradley University and checking your e-mail daily. Homework tips and important or last minute announcements and will be distributed only by e-mail using Sakai mailing list. Replies to your e-mail, in general, will go to the return address specified in your message. In no case instructor is responsible for undelivered e-mail due to full mailbox error or your choice of forwarding it to an off-campus location.
There will be about 13 homework assignments. Keep your homework until the final grade is posted. Grading criteria are listed below:
There will be three in class exams given during the semester. All exams will include material you are responsible for learning in class, from textbooks, WWW reading and from the open lab homework assignments.
|Exam||Date||Location and time|
|Exam 3 (during finals)||T.B.A.||Arranged|
Remote continuing education students take all exams as open book limited time take home exams (24 hours), have no quizzes, relaxed deadlines on homework submission, and no in-person demo of the last homework.
Homework and exams will contribute to your final grade as follows:
Your final grade: A, B, C, D and F will be determined by your total amount of points earned during the course using: 90%, 80%, 70% and 60% limits. Improvement in work and submission of all homework assignments will be used to determine the borderline cases.