In a typical class session, two faculty members will speak for half an hour
each, about their work and background; David and Rich will then also spend
a half hour addressing more general issues about college life, the field of
computing, and strategies for success in ICS.
It's in class where the learning happens, so you should be present. Before
the first class we will send an email to all our students describing how we
will record attendance electronically.
For issues that come up between class meetings, we have set up a forum at
piazza.com. Sign yourself up and then participate by posting questions or
supplying answers. You may also have opportunities to use Piazza in class
for polls and surveys.
You may bring your phone, tablet, or laptop for attendance-taking and for
using Piazza, but do not use it for other purposes, unless asked by the speaker.
After you check in, please turn off your devices and put them away: it is
impolite to the speaker, distractive to surrounding students, and you will
absorb less of the lecture. Students overestimate their ability to multitask.
* If your class level is FR or SO, sit in BS3 1200 (attending
6:00pm to 7:20pm).
* If your class level is JR, you will be directed to sit in either BS3 1200 or PSLH 100 (attending 6:00pm to 7:00pm).
* If your class level is SR, sit in PSLH 100 (attending 6:00pm to 7:00pm).
You should NOT try to re-register for the room you will sit in!
This is your official "class level" as shown on WebReg at UCI.
We will email everyone the official name/class level/room bindings
at the beginning of the week school starts. Both rooms are filled, so
students should sit in their assigned room.
Most weeks, one faculty member will speak starting at 6:00pm and another
will speak starting at 6:30pm. All students are required to be present for
these talks. The last 20 minutes of each week's class will be devoted to
broader information about college-level work and ICS. This material
is aimed primarily at new students and is required for those whose class
level is FR or SO. We will have these discussions in BS3 1200 only.
Upper division students (JR and SR) are welcome to attend this last 20
minutes (the room is just a few minutes away), but they may also
choose to skip it.
During the lecture we will ask you to navigate to the ICS-90 Checkin page
and record that you are attending class by following the Checkin link at the
top of this web page. There you will see a message with instructions about
how to continue. There, you will enter a special word that we will announce
in class. On some days there might be multiple checkin words.
It is an Academic Integrity violation to run this App and then leave
class early, unless you have an emergency or have arranged permission
beforehand with Rich Pattis. Likewise, you cannot check in remotely, or
check in for other students. But you may allow present students to use
your device to run the Checkin App.
6:00-6:30: David and Rich
6:30-7:20: David and Rich
Course Introduction and Attendance Taking Procedures (we will take attendance)
Freshman/Sophomores only, in BSC3 1200
Content (David's HS vs. College, David's College Advice, and Rich's Talk) and Questions
Majors(Rich) and Majors(David)
6:00-7:00: Michelle Nguyen
||Academic Planning Workshop|
Sandy Smart-Ashburn (AT&T, UCI Alum)
7:30-9:30 (optional) Rich Pattis
Hosts a Showing of the moive "The Paper Chase"
6:00-7:00: David Perry (GoVyrl)
6:00-6:30: Geoffrey Bowker |
6:30-7:00: Ramesh Jain
The Sociology of Information Infrastructure
Personal Health Navigator
6:00-6:30: Michael Franz
6:30-7:00: Constance Steinkuehler
Computer Security - A Cat vs. Mouse Game
Cognition and Esports
6:00-6:30: Wayne Hayes
6:30-7:00: Kurt Squire
What do Galaxies and Biology have in Common
Designing Games for Learning
6:30-7:00: Constance Steinkuehler
6:30-7:00: Mimi Ito
6:00-7:00: Vincent Steckler (Avast)
Cognition and Esports (Room BS3 1200)
Anthropology of Internet Culture (Room BS3 1200)
TBA (Room PSLH 100)
6:00-6:30: Charless Fowlkes
6:30-7:00: Amelia Regan
Mapping the World with Computer Vision
Computation and Transportation