EECS 101: Summer 1998
The (brief) writeup for lab 5 (the calculator) can be found by clicking here.
Here are the solutions to the quizzes:
quiz 1
quiz 2
quiz 3
quiz 4
quiz 5
quiz 6
quiz 7
Lecture notes
Tuesday, June 2: Course Introduction; basic HTML tags
Thursday, June 4: HTML Lists, Links, and Images
Tuesday, June 9: HTML Tables
Thursday, June 11: Forms
Tuesday, June 16: Introduction to Javascript programming, Part I
Thursday, June 18: Javascript programming: variables,
expressions, functions, and forms
Thursday, June 23: Control structures: conditionals and iteration
Thursday, June 25: Iteration, strings, and radio buttons
Tuesday, June 30: Arrays, document.write, nested loops, sorting
Thursday, July 2: Frames, frame applications, frame references
Tuesday, July 7: The calculator
Thursday, July 9: No class
Tuesday, July 14: Arrays and windows
Thursday, July 16: Multi-frame applications
Tuesday, July 21: Review; course evaluation
Instructor information
- Tom Moher
- 2072 ERF
996-4562
Office hours T 1:30-2:30 Th 9:30-10:30
- Tina Murthy
- TBA
Assignments and Grading Policy
- Quizzes
- There will be a quiz every Tuesday morning (starting the second week of the course) at the beginning of class (10:45 AM), lasting 15 minutes. Each quiz is worth a maximum of 10 points; we will drop the lowest score of the seven quizzes, for a total of 60 points possible toward your final grade.
- Labs
- There will be a lab due every Wednesday morning (starting the second week of the course) at the beginning of class (8:00 AM). Each lab is worth a maximum of 10 points; we will drop the lowest score of the seven labs, for a total of 60 points possible toward your final grade.
- Final exam
- The final exam will be worth 30 points. You must pass the final exam in order to pass the course, regardless of your scores on previous quizzes and labs.
- Course grade
- The course will be graded on a curve. However, the curve will be no lower than the following:
- 140-150: A
- 130-139: B
- 120-129: C
- 100-119: D
- 0-99: F