Computer Science Help Center

About  ♦  Location  ♦  Hours  ♦  People  ♦  Schedule  ♦  Resources  ♦  Employment

About

The Computer Science Help Center is a tutorial center supported by the UMBC Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department and staffed by exceptional Computer Science majors. Tutoring is on a first-come first-serve basis. Just walk in. No appointments are necessary.

Help is available for the following courses:

  • CMSC 100 (Introduction to Computers and Programming)
  • CMSC 104 (Problem Solving and Computer Programming)
  • CMSC 201 (Computer Science I for Majors)
  • CMSC 202 (Computer Science II for Majors)
  • CMSC 203 (Discrete Structures)
  • CMSC 313 (Assembly Language and Computer Organization)
  • CMSC 331 (Principles of Programming Languages)
  • CMSC 341 (Data Structures (Help available for Concepts Only))
  • CMPE 212 (Principles of Digital Design)
  • CMPE 306 (Introductory Circuit Theory)
  • CMPE 314 (Principles of Electronic Circuits)

 


Location

The Computer Science Help Center (CSHC) is located in the Information Technology/ Engineering (ITE) Building in room 201E.

Contact

Max Morawski, CSHC Coorinator
Phone: (410) 455-8867
E-mail:

 

 

 

 


Hours

Fall 2014

Monday
Tuesday  7:00am to 10:00am, 2:30pm to 5:30pm
Wednesday
Thursday  2:30 to 5:30p.m
Friday  

 


People

CSHC Coordinator

Max Morawski, CSHC Coordinator
Phone: (410) 455-8867
E-mail:


 

Schedule

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Resources

New Students

  • Resources for New Students – A guide designed specifically for new students. Covers topics such as Account Basics, UNIX Basics, Text Editors, and where to go to for Help.

Linux & UNIX

  • Basic UNIX Commands – This is a very basic page of UNIX commands, such as how to copy, rename, delete, list contents of directories,chage directories, print files, display files, change your password, get additional help using the man pages, and more.

General Unix Help

  • Submit Documentation – Describes the submit utility used for project submission in many CS/CE courses.

Documentation / Tutorials

emacs & xemacs

gcc

Makefiles

gdb & ddd

Manuals

 


Employment

If you are interested in becoming a tutor at the Computer Science Help Center, please contact Max Morawski at .