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Hilda Halliday

Computer Science

Computer Science : Instructor

Office: L-201J on the Mount Vernon campus

Phone: (360) 416.7779

Email: Hilda.Halliday@skagit.edu


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Teaching Computer Science and Mathematics since 1985

  • MS & BS Computer Science; Western Washington University
  • Winter 2017 participant in SVC Inclusive Pedagogy faculty learning community
  • Winter 2017 participant in Reading Apprenticeship conference
  • Participant in 2015-17 NSF-funded "Change at the Core" (C-Core) project through Western Washington University to transform STEM education using student-centered approach to learning.

Winter 2018 Office Hours*

Effective 1/3/18 through 3/9/18
 
Mon, Wed and Thu: 11:30am-1:30pm
 
Additional office hours are available by appointment. See contact information at the top of this webpage.
 
*The purpose of office hours is to provide one-to-one instruction and advising. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this resource.

Materials Required for Winter 2018 Classes taught by Hilda

The Cardinal Bookstore website contains details about required textbooks.
 
CS 142:  REQUIRED materials include
  • Building Java Programs 4th edition textbook by Reges
    ISBN 978-0-13-432276-6. 
    (3rd edition is OK too.)
  • Access code to textbook's companion website containing video lectures
    New textbooks include the access code inside the front cover.
    Old textbooks may require purchase of the access code online.  
  • Access to the internet
  • Software for programming in Java. This is available for free online and will be described in the first class assignment.
CS 210:  REQUIRED the C++ How To Program 10th edition textbook by Deitel and Deitel. Students will also need access to computers with an Internet connection and a C++ compiler such as the free Dev C++ or Visual C++ Express programs.
 
 

Winter Class Schedule