Frequently Asked Questions:
- I have questions about my grades.
- How do I submit my assignment?
- When will my assignment be graded?
- When are the assignments due? What is the late assignment policy?
- My HW grade is 0 or appears to be incorrect. What do I do?
- How do I contact my TA/IA?
- How do I submit files to my COGS 3 directory?
- How do I setup ATOM to run my Python assignments?
40% Class Participation and Lecture Attendance
10% Final Project
Generally, each assignment should be uploaded (SFTP) to the class server using your class account.
(You can find out what your class account is by going to the "Account Lookup Tool" webpage.)
The file names and directory (folder) names are very specific.
If the filename or directory information is incorrect you will lose points.
If you are unsure, go to lab and check with your TA/IA. You are welcome to attend any of the labs.
If you are turning in a late assignment please notify your TA/IA.
Assignments turned in within one week of due date will receive a maximum score of 80%.
Assignments turned in more than one week past due date will receive a maximum score of 20%.
All late assignments must be turned in by 11:59pm on the last day of classes.
All TA/IAs are able to help you.
- * Open Cyberduck, SSH in via Terminal (on Mac), or via PuTTY (on Windows)
* For Cyberduck:
- ** Click Open Connection
- ** Ensure SFTP is selected
- ** Server: type in sftp://cg3wXX@acsweb.ucsd.edu
- ** Username and Password: type in your COGS 3 username and password. See piazza post about this if you are unsure about this.
- ** Port: If it's not 22 you didn't select SFTP
- ** Click the Connect button
- ** You should see your public_html directory there. This is the folder you will submit to.
* Through SSH:
- ** On your local machine (in terminal or putty), navigate to the directory containing the files you want to add.
- ** Now SCP your files to your COGS 3 account.
- *** Your command will look something like:
scp -r cg3wXX@acsweb.ucsd.edu:~/public_html/ DIRECTORY/
- *** You will be prompted for your AD username/password
Setting up Atom for Python: