Spring 2009

COMP101: Exploring Multimedia and Internet Computing (SEC)
Lab: 4:30pm - 6:00pm (Monday)

COMP152: Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures

  • New course to be offered in Fall 2009
  • Developed lectures notes, labs, assignments and course website
  • Instructor: Prof. Shueng-Han Gary Chan

COMP300F: Introduction to Computing

  • New course to be offered in Fall 2009
  • Prepared programming examples
  • Instructor: Prof. David Rossiter

CSIT540 Computer Graphics

Fall 2008

COMP101: Exploring Multimedia and Internet Computing
Lab 1B: 11am - 1pm (Tuesday)

Instructors: Prof. Mounir Hamdi and Prof. Vincent Y. Shen
Link: Learning Management and Evaluation System (LMES)

Interesting and useful things you can do on the computer, but take time to learn. Introduction to multimedia and internet computing tools. Internet, e-mail, WWW, webpage design, computer animation, spreadsheet charts/figures, presentations with graphics and animations, etc. Business, security, accessibility, and relevant IP right issues in the use of computers. Exclusions: ISOM101, ISMT102 (prior to 2004-05)

Spring 2008

COMP111: Unix and Script Programming
Lab 1C: 5pm - 7pm (Friday)

Instructor: Prof. Huamin Qu
Links: lectures and labs

Unix utilities and file structure; links and symbolic links; data processing and process control in the Unix shell; Shell programming; regular expressions; script programming in the Unix environment. Laboratory exercises are designed to give hands-on practice with software tools and to increase programmer productivity. Prerequisite: COMP102, COMP104/104H, HKALE Computer Studies or HKCEE Computer Studies

Fall 2007

COMP101: Exploring Multimedia and Internet Computing
Lab 1E: 11am - 1pm (Friday)

Instructor: Prof. Helen C. Shen
Link: Learning Management and Evaluation System (LMES)

Interesting and useful things you can do on the computer, but take time to learn. Introduction to multimedia and internet computing tools. Internet, e-mail, WWW, webpage design, computer animation, spreadsheet charts/figures, presentations with graphics and animations, etc. Business, security, accessibility, and relevant IP right issues in the use of computers. Exclusions: ISMT101, ISMT102 (prior to 2004-05)