Discussion forum. The best way to ask a short question about the course materials is via Ed Discussion, an online discussion forum where you can ask (and answer) questions. The course staff monitors this forum regularly.
Office hours. For more substantial questions about the course materials, you should attend office hours. You're welcome to attend any office hours listed below, not just those of your preceptor. To request assistance, check the office hour schedule below.
Intro COS Lab. Undergraduate lab TAs are available either in Lewis 121/122 (Tuesday through Thursday) or virtually (Friday through Monday).. They can help you debug your code, provided you have first made a reasonable effort to identify the bug and isolate the problem. To request assistance, check the lab TA schedule below; review this guide; and use the Intro Lab Queue.
This schedule may change. We will update this calendar with the latest information when we need to make scheduling changes. Though last-minute changes are rare, we encourage you to check this calendar again before going to office hours.
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COS 226 is a challenging course. If you are falling behind, be proactive. Contact your preceptor as soon as possible and schedule a meeting. In the meeting, review the material and make a plan for success in this course. If you don't feel comfortable talking to your preceptor, contact one of the course instructors as soon as possible to arrange to get some help. We will be happy to meet with you. You can also take advantage of McGraw Center's peer tutoring program for help with concepts.