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Saint Louis University

Computer Science 140
Introduction to Computer Science

Michael Goldwasser

Spring 2008

Dept. of Math & Computer Science


NOTE: filling out this questionnaire does not constitute signing up for this class. To sign up for this class, you must be officially registered for the class through the university.

NOTE: Fields marked with an asterisk* are required!

Your First Name*:
Your Last Name*:
Your Preferred Nickname, if any:
Your Preferred Email Address*:
The email address will be used by the instructor, if necessary, to contact you between lectures.

Please read and acknowledge the course policy on Academic Integrity.

I have read and understand the above policy

We will make use of the course webpage for many aspects of this course. Much of the information on that page will only be available to current students in the class. Furthermore, we will use the web for submitting assignments and for viewing your grades.

For these reasons, we ask that you create an identity and password for use in this course. You may choose whatever username and password you wish. Please note that:

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Note: This password will not be made active until the results of this questionnaire are processed by the instructor. At a later time, if you forget the password or wish to change it, please contact the instructor.

Finally, we ask several questions in order to gather information about familiarity with topics for students entering the class. This will help us in providing adequate support during the semester.

What is your major?   

Do you have experience using a word processor? Yes No

Do you have experience sending and receiving email? Yes No

Do you have experience using a web browser to explore the Internet? Yes No

Do you have experience writing computer programs? Yes No

We hope to allow you to complete work for this course on the computer of your choice, and from varying locations. That said, we'd like to have some information on what you'd consider your likely "primary" working environment.

CSCI 140, Spring 2008
Michael Goldwasser © 2008
goldwamh at our university domain

Last modified: Thursday, 17 January 2008
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