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Dr. Jey Veerasamy

 

Director, Center for Computer Science Education & Outreach

Sr. Lecturer

Department of Computer Science

Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science

The University of Texas at Dallas

Office: ECSS 3.231 Phone: 972-883-4241

Office hours: Tuesdays 10 am – 12 noon

                  Thursdays 10 am – 11 am

E-Mail: jeyv@utdallas.edu

Home page: www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv

 

Center for Computer Science Education & Outreach

 

This center is responsible for planning and conducting all Outreach events for the Department of Computer Science. We have conducted events for everyone: Kindergarten kids to high school students, college students, school teachers, adults & working professionals. You can keep up with the latest updates by liking us on Facebook. You can also join UTD email list csoutreach by sending an email to sympa@lists.utdallas.edu with subject line “subscribe csoutreach”. We will send periodic updates (approximately one message every 2 weeks or so) to this email list.

 

Here are a few tools used in CS Outreach:

 

Tool/Language

Resource

Tool’s website

Scratch

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/scratch (bit.ly/jscratch)

scratch.mit.edu (bit.ly/mitscr)

Logo

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/logo (bit.ly/jeylogo)

www.calormen.com/jslogo (bit.ly/c-logo)

Alice

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/alice (bit.ly/jalice)

www.alice.org/index.php Use Alice 2.4

JavaScript

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/kajs (bit.ly/jeyjs)

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/js (new)

www.khanacademy.org/cs/new (bit.ly/ka-js)

Java

www.utdallas.edu/~jeyv/java

There are several Java IDEs:

www.eclipse.org

www.netbeans.org

www.jgrasp.org

www.jcreator.com

 

Fall 2014 courses:

 

CS 1334.001 Programming Fundamentals for Non-Majors

Tuesday & Thursday:  8:30am-9:45am   JSOM 2.801

 

No TextBook for this course.

CS/SE 3376.0W1 C/C++ Programming in UNIX environment

 

This 100% online course! This online course is provided to help you manage timing conflicts with other courses; Do not take it just to escape from the lectures! Course requirements for this online course will be more rigorous compared to classroom course.

 

New to online courses? Do a web-search on "how to succeed in online courses" to learn more, before registering for this course. Online courses are NOT for everyone! You need to be a self-starter and highly motivated person to do well in online courses. Doing well in on-ground classes do NOT automatically translate to “doing well in online courses”. Specifically, every student is expected to discuss meaningfully in the online classroom.

Gaddis, Starting Out with C++ From Control Structures through Objects  7/e 0132576252  (My Programming Lab - not needed) &

Beginning Linux Programming, 4th edition by Neil Matthew, Richard Stones, ISBN-10: 0470147628 ISBN-13: 978-0470147627

CS 4485.002 Computer Science Project

Fridays 1pm to 3:45pm – Check elearning for the location.

 

This will be a combined course with CS 4485.001. Most students in this course will form teams of 4 students each and do industry projects.

None

 

 

This page was updated on: 27 August 2014