We will be using CampusWire for all course related communication. Join the message board using the code 9261. The course staff will post important announcements and it is your responsibility to stay updated. If you have a question or a concern, please post it on CampusWire. Most questions can be posted publicly. However, if you are asking a question about your grades specifically or some other private matter, you may post the question/note privately. Specifically, do not post answers (answers, plots, code etc.) publicly on CampusWire.
Please do not email the course staff, but post on CampusWire instead. This is both to assist other students who may have similar questions and to ensure you receive the fastest response possible by making it visible to the entire course staff.
We will not debug code via the message board. If you need assistance debugging your code, please reach out to us during office hours.
Most office hours will be hosted using Zoom (starting from week 2), and the links are provided below.
In-person office hours are marked with (*), and you can find the location below the table.
The in-person office hours may be changed to online if the need arises, and these changes will be posted on CampusWire (Zoom link provided in the table). Check the message board before you go to an in-person office hours.
|10am-11am||Linjia (*1), Alexey||Linjia (*1)|
|11am-12pm||Linjia (*1), Alexey||Yuxuan||Rose||Daniel|
|4-5pm||Arnav, Yifei||Daniel , Ashley||Hang||Peter , Yuxuan|
|5-6pm||Toby||David||Peter , Yuxuan|
|6-7pm||Toby||Jacob (*2), Victor||Victor||Jacob (*2), Arnav|
|7-8pm||Jacob (*2), Victor|
(*1) Linjia in-person location: Grainger Library Room 409
(*2) Jacob in-person location: Siebel Terrace weather permitting, else Siebel Basement
The office hours table may be updated during the semester. Please check here often for the most updated information.
The TAs and CAs will open the queue as needed during Student Hours. We will use Queue for all Group Activities.
Use the template below to post messages on CampusWire to get help with PrairieLearn questions.
Here is an example of a CampusWire post that is consistent with the course guidelines: