Assignment 1 is released, due at 5 pm, Fri 2 July ( Sydney Time ). The assignment is at Assignment 1 , and you need to submit it through Moodle . Please start early. Enjoy!
Thank you for your participation in the first week. From the next week, in addition to lectures, we will also have tutorials and consultations. Please note that all the lectures, tutorials, and consultations are delivered and recorded via Blackboard Collaborate in Moodle. You need to log into Moodle ( https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au ) first , find our course COMP9312, click " lectures and recordings ", click Menu (in up left corner), click "Sessions" to join a live lecture or "Recordings" to access the recorded lecture. The tutorials and consultations can be joined in a similar way.
Note that we will only make the links to the first week's lectures publicly available on WebCMS3, so please remember to use Moodle to join the sessions or see the recording next time. If you still don't know how to do so, please contact us via our course email (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible and we are willing to help you.
By the way, the consultation will be held on
Monday 2 pm - 3 pm Sydney time
. The time for lectures and tutorials can also be found at the Timetable (
Have a nice weekend and hope to see you all next week!
First, we would like to welcome everyone and we hope all of you are looking forward to learning about data analytics for graphs.
In this notice, we will briefly outline how we plan to run the course in T2 2021.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, we will be running most of our course activities online. In the context of our course, this means lectures, consultations and tutorial sessions are done via a mixture of online platforms and tools.
Course management: We use WebCMS3 ( https://webcms3.cse.unsw.edu.au/COMP9312/21T2/ ) to manage the course (the very system you are reading this notice from). All announcements, lecture notes, tutorial notes, assignment spec, etc. are going to be posted here. Moodle is used to provide access to online live lecture and lecture recordings.
Lectures (lectures start from Week 1): We will deliver lectures live online at the scheduled lecture time - 15:00 to 17:00, Monday and Tuesday (Sydney time). We understand that many students are overseas with different time zones and hope this will not cause too much inconvenience to you. The reason we want to use live lecture delivery is to make the teaching as interactive as possible as I will be able to take questions during the lecture. In case you find it difficult to join the online lecture, you can always access the recorded video afterwards.
All lectures will be delivered and recorded via Blackboard Collaborate in Moodle. You may log into Moodle ( https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au ) first, find our course, click " lectures and recordings ", click Menu (in up left corner), click "Sessions" to join a live lecture or "Recordings" to access the recorded lecture.
Tutorials (tutorials start from Week 2):
Detailed tutorial notes will be provided, and you are expected to follow the guide using your own computer. We will schedule online tutorial sessions throughout the course (via Blackboard Collaborate) and there will be tutors present to help you. Similar to lectures, you are able to access via Moodle. All online tutorials will be recorded.
Consultation (consultation starts from Week 2): weekly consultation will also be presented via Blackboard Collaborate. You may join the consultation if you have any questions regarding the course. Consultations will be recorded. You may join via Moodle.
Assessment : All assignments, projects and final exam will be conducted offline. Generally we allow 2-3 weeks for you to work on assignments and projects.
You can start using the "Q and A Forum" page to ask questions and discuss with your fellow students. Tutors will visit the forum regularly to answer questions. Feel free to ask questions and talk amongst your fellow students in the class.
Looking forward to meeting you all soon.