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CS 241 ISA Duties This page describes important tasks CS 241 ISAs must do throughout the term. The focus of this page is mostly on tasks that require technical knowledge...
How to Prepare an Assignment for Marking in MarkUs Courses where students submit to MarkUs (including through Open edX) Some courses need to upload files to MarkUs...
Resources and Information for CS 146 ISAs This twiki is for technical details only. Any other duty information can be found in Waterloo LEARN (D2L): CS Instructional...
Resources and Information for CS 135 Tutors This twiki is for technical details only. Any other duty information can be found in Waterloo LEARN (D2L): CS Instructional...
Releasing Grades Once marking is complete and solutions and postmortem are posted, we are ready to release student marks. Here are instructions to release marks on...
CS135 Main Page The responsibilities of a CS135 Tutor may vary over academic terms depending on the number of students and instructor preferences. The general weekly...
Conditions for passing/failing correctness tests and check test cases Terminology Clarifications: Syntax Error: Failing check test case is not a syntax error...
lintR lintR is a `lint` program to give advice on Racket programs. It consumes one or more student programs, parses them into an Abstract Syntax Tree (AST), and runs...
Checking For Plagiarism With moss241 This page describes how to use the moss241 script written by Rob Schluntz to check assignment submissions for plagiarism. This...
Post mortem The post mortem is released after an assignment has been graded and provides the students with a summary of common errors. The common errors are supplied...
Tracking TA Performance It is important to track the performance of TAs throughout the semester. A good idea is to have a spreadsheet tracking this information for...
Markus Rubric How To Set Up the Rubric on Markus Log into Markus in the admin account (the account that you log in with your email). Go to the current assignment...
Testing ISG Twiki website Testing Added a logo uwlogo.png:
Assignment Collection The main goal for assignment collection is to: Isolate the assignments that students submit before the due date from the ones that are submitted...
Testing Guide If this is your first time reading through the testing guide, please read the full summary below. Quick Links CorrectnessTests information on creating...
Providing Libraries and Helper Files This section should be your go to reference if there are any issues with providing a library or creating helper functions for...
Scripts Available for Banning Functions There are four different scripts available for banning functions on assignments. Two are whitelist scripts, and two are blacklist...
Rollback request, feedback request Gracket conversion Rollback requests Rollback/Roll Forward Policy Rollback/roll forward requests policy changes from term to...
Office Hours The following page will provide Office Hours tips specific to CS135 Office Hours. For more information on general Office Hours tips, please consult the...
Proofreading Assignments At least one week prior to the release of an assignment to students, instructors will release a draft to ISAs for feedback. Ideally, each...
Remark Requests Opening remark requests This page will explain how to open the remark requests form on the website for a new assignment. 1 Navigate to ~/web/content...
Scripts Here are the scripts we use in CS 135. Test Setup Scripts Deep Copy Dan`s Disallowed Cameron`s Whitelist cs135 tracing library Marker...
CS 105 CS 105 is a computer science course designed for global business and digital arts (GBDA) students, with CS 106 as the following course. These students are not...
Special Cases and Common Issues This covers miscellaneous helpful topics and general tips that can be used while setting up public/private tests. CommonIssues Many...
OnlineExams When creating a set up for an exam, there are a few things that need to be done differently than a regular assignment. This page will give the most important...
Stepper Questions This page contains information about how to set up stepper questions from edX or the course website for autotesting purpose. Steppers Through edX...
Providing Libraries and Helper Files This section has been moved to the top of the ConstantsAndHelpers page. Outdated You should be aware of how the various language...
options.rkt There are two different kinds of options.rkt files. The one directly under the in directory contains the global options for the entire assignment. It will...
CS 106 Previously known as CS 116x, CS 106 is a computer science course designed for global business and digital arts (GBDA) students, with CS 105 as a prerequisite...
~/markus/bin/getstats.py Running getstats.py on an assignment will return a summary of the correctness results, test by test. Examples from Fall 2020, a10: Using...
Handmarking Annotations How to set up annotations: 1. Log into MarkUs in the admin account (the account that you log in with your email) 2. Click on Assignments and...
Setting up TA MarkUs and Assignments To help TAs be familiar with each assignment and ensure high quality marking, a subset of each assignment...
Common Issues This section has been moved to SpecialCases. Outdated Many of these sections will be labeled with an error that is displayed after running rst. Not...
Miscellaneous notes This section has been moved to General FAQ under Common Issues HERE. Outdated Why is there a message `Evaluator creation error: FAILED Error...
Marking Meetings All information about prepping for, holding, and concluding marking meetings will be found on this page. Pre meeting Tasks Prior to the meeting,...
nop CheckTestcases In Fall 2012, CS 135 tried using a script to check the students` check expects. The script checks if the student has thoroughly tested their code...
MarkUs MarkUs is an open source software that lets students submit assignments online. Graders can mark the assignments online, and students can view their marked...
Discussion Sections ISAs are asked to assist with course Discussion Sections to introduce and/or recap important concepts with students. The planning and coverage...
Basics of Running Moss This page shows the basic steps for running Moss. Your course may have scripts that combine these steps. Step 1: Put files somewhere in the...
ProofreadingTestSetups This is a checklist to go through after finishing test setups and before running tests on every student`s submission. Check Autotesting Setups...
Marking Scheme Steps to prepare a marking scheme for a marking meeting. 1. Choose the criteria to include Not all the criteria should be included in a marking scheme...
TA Spotcheck TAs are supposed to have completed marking at least 5 submissions by a set date a few days before the marking deadline so ISAs can give them feedback...
Name bittersuite3 A framework for running tests via RST Description BitterSuite3 is a testing framework that works on top of rst . Instead of providing full...
Resources and Information for CS 145 ISAs This twiki is for technical details only. Any other duty information can be found in Waterloo LEARN (D2L): CS Instructional...
MarkUs Scripts Please list scripts that have been developed for working with MarkUs, including where to find them and how to use them. If you cannot find the script...
Flexible Python Automated Testing with RST The problem with test.py The test.py method of Python automated testing described at BitterSuitePythonTesting is sufficient...
NB : The following information is known to be accurate as of revision 851. Setup All scripts in the ISG account should be dependent on the central setup program...
Configuring BitterSuite To configure BitterSuite, add a file config.ss to the suite directory. This ability was added to remove the need for obscure command line...
Resources and Information for CS 241e ISAs This TWiki is for technical details only. Any other duty information can be found in Waterloo LEARN (D2L): CS Instructional...

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