XML for Java Developers
G22.3033-002 - Summer 2003
Course StructureThere will be one required lecture each week. Readings will be assigned at the end of each lecture. There will be assignments and projects throughout the course. The due date will be specified on each given assignment. Homework will be generally due right before class the day the assignments are due. The due dates for the assignments will be announced when the assignments are given out. The submission method (i.e. electronic submission, paper submissions, the format, etc.) will be specified in each assignment. Late homework will not be accepted without the instructor's prior permission. Extensions are available only in the case of dire emergencies.
There is a final exam in this class, which will be either in-class or take-home. No make-up exam will be scheduled. If you have a conflict with the exam date, you should not be taking this class without making prior arrangements with the instructor.
Each student will have access to an I5 account. Please check with the instructor for information concerning your I5 account.
A class mailing list has been setup to facilitate communication with the class pertaining to questions, assignments, grades, changes in requirements etc. The class web page is http://www.nyu.edu/classes/jcf/G22.3033-002/. This page will have further links to pages with announcements, handouts, etc. Students are required to log in and check the page at least once a week to make sure they are up to date with any information pertaining to the course.
The Web site is the primary means of getting information outside of class. The mailing list will be used for urgent messages, such a updates and hints for the homeworks.
If you have any questions, issues that you want to discuss, or things that you would like to have clarified, please see the instructor as soon as possible.The final grade for the course will be determined as follows:
If you have any concerns about your grade or about the grading, please
feel free to see the instructor.
However, we do strongly encourage students to discuss the materials covered in class. It is also acceptable to help or receive help from other students concerning features of Windows 2000/XP, Linux, or the UNIX operating system, or any other application that you use. There is a fine line between discussion and cheating. If you feel uncertain about whether you are crossing the line feel free to discuss these issues with the instructor before you do so.
Jean-Claude Franchitti, <firstname.lastname@example.org>Last modified: Tue August 12 04:31:18 EDT 2003