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Chemistry Computing Course 1995-6
Eight Lectures by Bryan Levitt and
and four Two Hour Practical Programming sessions.
Checklist of items
- Location and time of Lectures: 10.00 - 12.00 Friday Mornings in
the Pippard Lecture Theatre, starting November 17, 1995.
- Time of Labs: Click here to find your allocation
- Login-ID: In your first year, you should have collected
your computer user id in the form of a sticky label.
Please do not turn up at the first practical session without having
acquired your id, and ideally tested it to make sure that your password works.
If the id does not work, it may not be possible to activate it before the
first programming session has ended.
- What to do in the first lab session.
- The course test will be on December 15 from 10.05 - 10.35 in
the Pippard Theatre.
- At the end of the course you will have to
submit a project for assessment.
The deadline for submission of the project will be announced later, but will be
some time in February. The combined test and project marks will be used for the
All documentation for the course is available on the World-Wide Web system. On the departmental
Macintosh systems, select the World-Wide web item from the Apple pull-down menu. On
Indigo systems, select Netscape from the Internet menu item on the screen. From the page
that appears, select the Computing Course item.
- Computing Facilities Available
- How to use the Indigo or the Macintosh Computers for the Course.
- Submitting the Project as a Hypermedia Document
Indigo Specific, and
Electronic Mail documentation.
Copyright (c) B. P. Levitt, H. S. Rzepa and ICSTM Chemistry Department, 1994, 1995.