Towards Personalized Open Python Resources
You are here because you enrolled at http://teaching.yfolajimi.com for extra training support through Personalized Open Python (POP) Resources (R). Here, you will have access to extra resources, including online and offline notes, apps and games for learning Python. It is hoped that you will make the best use of this opportunity to optimize your learning and Python programming experience.
To enable me access your individual needs and preferences, and thereafter provide you with personalized guide and resources, you are required to fill the form below. More details will be provided later
It is has been shown that collaborative approach is one of the best approach to learning. As a result, I have created a collaborative learning group where you can interact with me and the rest of your classmates through discussions, exchange of documents, apps and code and posting of information and announcements. The link to join is shown below:
If you have not received an invitation to join, you may click on the link above to join the POP-R Slack group, and return to this website to continue learning. I will be sharing relevant documents, exercises and other resources with you via via this webpage and Slack. Note that the best way to contact me or ask me questions is via Slack, as I am not likely to respond to any email from you.
Please note that for UI students, it is not compulsory to use these resources to support yourself in CSC 101. Neither is it compulsory to fill the survey forms, as they don't count for any credit. Therefore, whether or not you are part of POP-R Class is totally up to you.
Congratulations for being part of this initiative. I sincerely hope you will make the best use of the opportunity and wish you the best of luck
Best of luck with CSC 101
Yetunde Folajimi, PhD
Dr. Yetunde O. Folajimi
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