Discussion Board for CS/IS 3023 (50 points)

Complete the following tasks. Note: I only check the discussion board several times a week. If you need help with an assignment, please e-mail me at rosener@nsuok.edu or call me at (918) 456-4482 for immediate help.

1. Class introductions - Due: 8:00 a.m. Monday, January 16, 2023. (10 points)
Add a post or entry (i.e., "Create Thread") in the NSU Blackboard discussion forum "Class Introductions" for this class introducing yourself. In this post, feel free to list where you are from, your major, why you are taking this course, what career opportunities you would like to purse upon graduation, hobbies, interests, etc. Feel free to add a picture or video of yourself! Most students find it is easier to communicate with classmates when they know a little more about each other. While optional, feel free to respond to class introductions by other students.

2. Entry - Due 8:00 a.m. on February 27, 2023. (20 points)
Add at least two original entries or posts (i.e., "Create Thread") to the NSU Blackboard discussion forum "Visual Programming: Tools, Tips, and Helpful Resources" for this class. Your posts can include computer programming and coding tips, tricks, helpful resources, new technologies, and other useful features to help you edit, create, and test programming languages like Visual Basic. The deadline will provide ample time for follow-up responds from other students. See Step #3 below.

3. Reply - Due 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 24, 2023. (20 points)
Respond or reply to at least two postings from other students on the NSU Blackboard discussion forum "Computer Programming: Tips and Helpful Resources" for this class. Your replies should build on the original post to help construct a conversation. Add something unique to the post. Feel free to provide a video clip, or a link to an outside resource that highlights the message you are conveying. Do something extra that requires others to think and respond to the ideas you are sharing. Establishing a standpoint and supporting it with evidence are great ways to demonstrate that you are not only making connections with the content but also attaining a deeper understanding of the material.

Grading Rubric
Required Elements Points Possible Does not meet requirements Meets some requirements Meets or exceeds all requirements Your Score
1. Posted a class introduction to the discussion board for this course. Introduced yourself effectively. Your introduction should be engaging for everyone. 10 0 5 10 __/10
2. Added at least two original contributions to the discussion board on computer programming. Your contributions are thoughtfully and with insight. Resources (e.g., links) might be included to extend the discussion. 20 0 10 20 __/20
3. Responded to at least two postings from other students. Your responses indicate understanding of the other authorís comments. Your opinions and ideas are expressed in a clear and concise manner with obvious connection to the topic. Resources (e.g., links) might be included to extend the discussion. 20 0 10 20 __/20
Total points __/30