CS201 Lab Information
- University Updates and Resources
- Remote Learning
- Message from CS Department Head: Dr. David Gerhard
- In light of COVID-19 pandemic, students are responsible
for having appropriate computer devices and working internet.
- Lab is complementary to the classroom teaching.
- Lab emphasizes on practical hands-on experience.
- Lab material is available online 24/7:
CS201 Lab Material.
- Please read the corresponding lab material and watch the video before coming to the lab.
- Come to your scheduled lab section. We will take attendance.
- Lab instructor will give about 20 to 40 minutes pre-lab talk/conference
to highlight or demonstrate the major points at the beginning of each lab session.
And answer your questions about the lab.
- You are expected to read on your own and watch the tutorial videos to become aware of all of the details given in the online lab notes.
- We will take attendance every lab. The attendance mark will be given under lab Instructor's discretion.
- The mark and the weight for each lab assignment can be different.
- The lab mark will be 15% of your class mark this semester.
- You are expected to do your lab assignments independantly. The marker will mark it.
- You are responsible for what you hand in.
If any copying from other sources is identified,
it will be reported to the Associate Dean (Academic) at the Faculty of Science.
- Students will hand in their lab assignments before the due time in URCourses,
please see more details in URCourses.
- You may include the following information in your assignmet submission,
student name, student number, lab section number, lab number and lab topic.
- You will lose mark for late submissions. The marker will check your submission time. We will not accept any assignments after its cut off time.
- If legitimate reasons are provided, late submission maybe accepted under your lab instructor's discretion.