TECH 1211
TECH 1211
Computer Programming
Spring 2021

Instructor Info

Daniel Kohn
Email: dekohn@memphis.edu
Office ET218
Phone: 678-4515
Office Hours

Course Info

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Required Text:

Learn C Programming (Online Version)
Downloadable PDF

Required Software:

Dev-C++

Covid-19

Due to the uncertainty of Covid-19, it is possible we will be using different course delivery modes depending on current conditions. The calendar (below) will be updated for "Delivery Mode". Since this can change based on university covid conditions, faculty exposure / need to quarantine and other factors, it is best to check this website each day before class. If it is NOT posted for the day, assume the delivery method is the same as the previous class.

If we meet IN PERSON, students are expected to follow the current Covid-19 Policy (Linked Here) including, but not limited to: wearing masks, sanitizing your work area and maintaining social distancing.

If the class is a HYBRID, make sure you know what day(s) you attend class and what days you are online or doing assignments. If you are considered High Risk and do not wish to come on campus, see THIS WEBSITE on how to apply for a course modification.

If we are ONLINE, classes will be held synchronously at the scheduled time. Please make sure you are familiar with My Zoom Policies.

Also note:

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As per the course catalog, you are required to have a computer (see this page). It will be impossible for you to be successfull in either Hybrid or On Line classes without one! You will also need a good internet connection for ZOOM conferencing software (please avoid using cell phones or tablets for zoom).

You will also need to download and install the required software for the class. This is a free download. (downloading and installing these programs will be discussed in class). If your machine is incapable of running these programs, you can use umApps to run these programs (but it is much more desirable for you to be able to run them on your machine).

Course Outline:

DateDelivery ModeTopicReadingHandoutsAssignments
Jan 19On LineWelcome
Course Policies
Intro to Programming
   
Jan 21On LineIntro to Programming (cont) Class Notes 
      

Reference Links

C Quick Reference
NASA C Style Guide
C Programming Language (2nd ed)