CS371g: Generic Programming and the STL

Summer 2017: 86970

The way in which you communicate and present yourself when writing to your professors is extremely important.

  1. If your communication is relevant to other students in the class, please use Piazza.
  2. If your communication is only relevant to you, please use Canvas.
  3. View an e-mail or post as a professional interaction.
  4. Use proper etiquette. Please read Professional Correspondence.
  5. Do not waste your professor's time. Many things can be found in the syllabus of the class or on the UT website.
  6. Do not ask for extra credit. All extra credit opportunities will be made available to all students.
  7. Do not vent, rant, or whine.
  8. Do not share inappropriate or irrelevant personal information.
  9. Be respectful.

Thank you.