History of Syllabus

commit d558767a065a20d885ef414e8f1a79ac96043e6b
Author: Michael Wisely <michaelwisely@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Mar 8 15:27:09 2017 -0600

    Remove language about due date for labs
    
    Labs aren't necessarily due at the end of class. Modify language to
    reflect that.
diff --git a/syllabus.md b/syllabus.md
index 296e6a7..0c23606 100644
--- a/syllabus.md
+++ b/syllabus.md
@@ -78,9 +78,9 @@ Attendance
 ----------
 
 No credit will be given for attendance; however, attending lab is
-**mandatory**. In addition, you must submit homework while you are
-physically present in lab. $\therefore$ you should probably come to
-class.
+**mandatory**. In addition, your instructor and lab helpers will be
+available for the duration of the lab to help you and answer your
+questions. ∴ you should probably come to class.
 
 If you miss attending the lab, you need to communicate with your
 instructor well ahead of lab time. It is up to the instructor to decide

commit 1de0fa353941137affda9c7e3030d1cf22550ee8
Author: Michael Wisely <michaelwisely@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Feb 20 10:37:41 2017 -0600

    Add office hours location to syllabus
diff --git a/syllabus.md b/syllabus.md
index 2bb7ee3..296e6a7 100644
--- a/syllabus.md
+++ b/syllabus.md
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ Instructor Information
 - **Instructor**: **Mike Wisely**
 - **E-mail**: <mwisely@mst.edu>
 - **Website**: [Canvas](https://mst.instructure.com/) and <http://dsl.mwisely.xyz>
-- **Office Hours**: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Mondays and Fridays, or by appointment
+- **Office Hours**: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Mondays and Fridays in CS 345, or by appointment
 - **Textbook**: None
 
 Course Information

commit b4abfa428a25154a6f9b3075fd57cbbe3050ebb2
Author: Michael Wisely <michaelwisely@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Feb 13 09:32:43 2017 -0600

    Add office hours to syllabus
diff --git a/syllabus.md b/syllabus.md
index f88ce80..2bb7ee3 100644
--- a/syllabus.md
+++ b/syllabus.md
@@ -29,8 +29,7 @@ Instructor Information
 - **Instructor**: **Mike Wisely**
 - **E-mail**: <mwisely@mst.edu>
 - **Website**: [Canvas](https://mst.instructure.com/) and <http://dsl.mwisely.xyz>
-- **Office**: **TBD**
-- **Office Hours**: **TBD**
+- **Office Hours**: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Mondays and Fridays, or by appointment
 - **Textbook**: None
 
 Course Information

commit 4fa8ab943c09b227b8ed64841c47927b180848da
Author: Michael Wisely <michaelwisely@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Jan 25 10:24:49 2017 -0600

    Update syllabus
diff --git a/syllabus.md b/syllabus.md
index 64fc75f..f88ce80 100644
--- a/syllabus.md
+++ b/syllabus.md
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ geometry: margin=0.5in
 papersize: letter
 numbersections: true
 layout: page
-diff: 2752679ed9c241bdf04c669b487e3284eb0a8dcc..master
+diff: 6e4f9cabdcfd0f64d748dffd2758f6472aa12313..master
 post: Fall Semester 2017
 ---
 
@@ -23,39 +23,40 @@ the last couple of weeks will be determined by student interest. If
 there is something not on the schedule that you would like to learn,
 please let me know!
 
-Instructor
-==========
+Instructor Information
+======================
 
-**Instructor**: **Mike Wisely**\
-**E-mail**: <mwisely@mst.edu>\
-**Website**: [Canvas](https://mst.instructure.com/) (for now)\
-**Office**: **TBD**\
-**Office Hours**: **TBD**\
-**Textbook**: None\
-**Note:** This course was originally designed by Nathan Jarus and
-further built upon by Islam Elnabarawy. They deserve credit for the
-excellent work they have done to develop this course. There will be some
-changes to the course material based on previous student feedback. The
-material will continue to change as the course progresses based on your
-feedback. Be sure to email your instructor if you would like to see
-certain topics covered in this class.
+- **Instructor**: **Mike Wisely**
+- **E-mail**: <mwisely@mst.edu>
+- **Website**: [Canvas](https://mst.instructure.com/) and <http://dsl.mwisely.xyz>
+- **Office**: **TBD**
+- **Office Hours**: **TBD**
+- **Textbook**: None
 
 Course Information
 ==================
 
+**Note:** This course was originally designed by Nathan Jarus and
+further built upon by Islam Elnabarawy. They deserve credit for the
+excellent work they have done to develop this course. There will be
+some changes to the course material based on previous student
+feedback. The material will continue to change as the course
+progresses based on your feedback. Be sure to email your instructor if
+you would like to see certain topics covered in this class.
+
 Section 3A
 ----------
 
-**Location**: V.H. Mcnutt Hall 114\
-**Time**: Monday, 5-6:50 PM\
-**Assistants**: Michael Beaver and Reno DuBois
+- **Location**: V.H. Mcnutt Hall 114
+- **Time**: Monday, 5-6:50 PM
+- **Assistants**: Michael Beaver and Reno DuBois
 
 Section 3B
 ----------
 
-**Location**: Toomey Hall 251\
-**Time**: Wednesday 4-5:50 PM\
-**Assistants**: Michael Beaver and Reno DuBois
+- **Location**: Toomey Hall 251
+- **Time**: Wednesday 4-5:50 PM
+- **Assistants**: Michael Beaver and Reno DuBois
 
 Grading
 =======
@@ -64,15 +65,12 @@ There are a total of 150 points available in the class. 130 points will
 be available from homework assignments, and 20 points will be available
 from two projects. Overall grades will be assigned on a straight scale:
 
-  ----------- ---
-    $135-150$ A
-    $120-134$ B
-    $105-120$ C
-     $90-104$ D
-       $< 90$ F
-  ----------- ---
+| **A** |  135-150 |
+| **B** |  120-134 |
+| **C** |  105-120 |
+| **D** |   90-104 |
+| **F** |     < 90 |
 
-\
 That being said, the instructor reserves the right to make any
 adjustments to the grading scale or individual letter grades as he deems
 necessary, at any point in time, and without prior notice.
@@ -81,9 +79,10 @@ Attendance
 ----------
 
 No credit will be given for attendance; however, attending lab is
-mandatory. In addition, you must submit homework while you are
+**mandatory**. In addition, you must submit homework while you are
 physically present in lab. $\therefore$ you should probably come to
-class.\
+class.
+
 If you miss attending the lab, you need to communicate with your
 instructor well ahead of lab time. It is up to the instructor to decide
 whether an absence is excused. Missing lab without permission may result
@@ -241,3 +240,7 @@ report Title IX violations. To learn more about Title IX resources and
 reporting options (confidential and non-confidential) available to
 Missouri S&T students, staff, and faculty, please visit
 <http://titleix.mst.edu>.
+
+---
+
+Modifications to this syllabus can be seen on the [History of Syllabus](/syllabus_diff/) page of this website.