CMP 761: Analysis of Algorithms
Lehman College, City University of New York
The start date for this quiz is Thursday, 12 September.
The due date for this quiz is 8pm, Thursday, 24 September.
Topics: The purpose of the first quiz is to make sure you can
access the Blackboard system and successfully submit a quiz.
Future quizzes will focus on topics from the textbook and
There will be regular quizzes using the on-line system Blackboard.
In general, to use the Lehman College Blackboard Server, you must
have an alpha account, available free to all Lehman students
from the Computer Center. To use the Blackboard system for this
course, you must be enrolled in the course. A login name
and default password are generated for each enrolled student.
These should be available during the first week of class from the
Academic Computer Center.
Once you have your login, access the Blackboard server at:
http://blackboard.lehman.cuny.edu Click the Login button, type your username, press Tab (not Enter),
type your password, and click OK. You may have to repeat this process
the first time you access Blackboard.
You should change your password regularly. To change your password,
choose the "Personal Information" menu from the left hand side of the
Blackboard window, and then choose "Change Password."
Every quiz has a starting time (usually Tuesday) and a deadline
(usually Thursday before class). You must complete the quiz in that
time period. All quizzes are timed.
You have the option of taking the quizzes on paper,
from 5:30 to 5:50 on the day the quiz is due.
If you choose the paper option, you must give 48 hours notice
so that a copy of the quiz is printed for you.
The on-line and paper quizzes are different but will cover the same
- If you have a documented learning disability that allows extra time,
you must provide written documention at least two days before the quiz
to have the extra time. All extended time quizzes are given on paper
(not on-line), on the day the quizzes are due (with
the same ending time as others taking the quiz).
- If you are found cheating or accepting help from others on the on-line
quizzes, you must take the quizzes on paper.
Quizzes are open book and open notes, but you may not accept help
from others while taking your quiz. All work must be your own.
See Academic Policy of the bulletin for more details.