CompSci 161 Lecture Note Policy - Winter 2012 (Dillencourt)
I will announce in class how to obtain access to the posted lecture notes.
The posted lecture notes reflect the topics covered by me in my class lectures.
California law forbids anyone from making use of class lecture notes for
Such activity is expressly forbidden without the instructor's written
This includes materials posted on class web pages, written material distributed
in class, and transcriptions and recordings of lectures. Furthermore
- The posted lecture notes are not word for word what I say in class
- The posted lecture notes may omit some things that I say in class
- The posted lecture notes may include some things that I do not say in
- The posted lecture notes augment the material covered in the
course textbook(s), but they
are not a substitute for the material covered in the textbook(s).
- In my opinion, you will find it useful to read about these topics
in the course textbook(s) before coming to lecture.
For more information, see the
which has links to the relevant statutes in the California Legal Code.
- No one may make recordings of lectures in this course in other media
without the instructor's permission.
- No one may repost the class lecture notes, link to these notes from a
publicly available web page, or disseminate copies of these notes without the
instructor's written permission.
Last updated January 5, 2012