Instructor: Dr. H.S. Goldberg
When emailing the professor use the following format in the "SUBJECT" of the email:
Example: “Harry Goldberg CISC 3320 MW3 – Question about assignment #2”
No textbook purchase is required. This is an OER/ZTC course which means all course materials are freely available to you. All content is either open educational resources (OER), zero textbook cost (ZTC) or library resources.
Course website with readings
Reference Book (free, online)
After successful completion of this course, students will have a thorough understanding of the features and functionality of operating systems that enable both end users and trained computer programming professionals to leverage the almost unlimited computing and storage capabilities of modern computers.
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Final Exam: 40%
Attendance is mandatory.
Disruptive classroom behavior negatively affects the classroom environment as well as the educational experience for students enrolled in the course. Any serious or continued disruption of class will result in a report to the Office of Judicial Affairs. Public Safety will be summoned immediately if a serious disruption prevents the continued teaching of the class and you may be subject to disciplinary action. For disruptive behavior that does not prevent the continued teaching of the class, you will receive a warning after one such disruption. If the disruptive behavior is repeated in the same or subsequent classes, you may be asked to leave the classroom for the remainder of class and you may be subject to disciplinary action.
Lecture Method for MW3: Live lectures Mondays and Wednesdays 3:40 – 4:55 PM in IA232 (New Ingersoll).
Office hours for MW3: Mondays 10:00-11:00 am (Zoom only due to decision to allow unvaccinated people on campus)
Lecture Method for TR3: Live lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:40 – 4:55 PM IA 232 (New Ingersoll)
Office hours for TR3: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00 am (Zoom only due to decision to allow unvaccinated people on campus)
Lecture Method for ER6: Live classroom lectures Thursdays, 6:30-9:10 PM in IA 232 (New Ingersoll)
Office hours for ER6: Thursdays 10:00-11:00 am (Zoom only due to decision to allow unvaccinated people on campus)
The Center for Student Disability Services is working remotely at this time. Please email them at email@example.com for assistance.
Students should inform the professor if they have a disability or any other situation that may require Section 504/ADA accommodations. The faculty and staff will attempt to work out whatever arrangements are necessary.
Please provide me with your course accommodation form and discuss your specific accommodation with me as soon as possible to ensure accommodations are met in a timely fashion.
In order to receive academic accommodations students must first be registered with the Center for Student Disability Services. Students who have a documented disability or who suspect that they might have a disability are invited to set up an appointment with the Director of the Center for Student Disability Services, Ms. Valerie Stewart-Lovell or the Assistant Director, Josephine Patterson or their general email firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic dishonesty of any type, including cheating and plagiarism, is unacceptable at Brooklyn College. Cheating is any misrepresentation in academic work. Plagiarism is the representation of another person’s work, words, or ideas as your own. Students should consult the Brooklyn College Student Handbook for a fuller, more specific discussion of related academic integrity standards.
Academic dishonesty is punishable by failure of the “…test, examination, term paper or other assignment on which cheating occurred” (Faculty Council, May 18, 1954).
In addition, disciplinary proceedings in cases of academic dishonesty may result in penalties of admonition, warning, censure, disciplinary probation, restitution, suspension, expulsion, complaint to civil authorities, or ejection (Adopted by Policy Council, May 8, 1991).
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