Online services for students
This is a brief summary of some additional online services and resources that are available for current students at the Computer Laboratory.
- Lecture course feedback
After each lecture course the Laboratory sends out an electronic feedback questionnaire to all enrolled students via email. The system uses the CamSIS SWIFT tool, which reports the results anonymously to the Laboratory. Please fill in any feedback requests you receive since this allows the Laboratory to improve its teaching.
- Urgent teaching or supervision-related problem
(the fast feedback button)
If the problem cannot wait, send a message anonymously. This will be acted on as soon as possible (if the problem has a solution).
- If you have any suggestions for how to improve these web pages, please contact email@example.com.
The department operates several electronic mailing lists (all ending in ...@cl.cam.ac.uk) for sending announcements to current computer-science students via their ...@cam.ac.uk address:
|students-part1a-cst||CST Part IA students|
|students-part1a-other||NST Part IA, PPS Part I students|
|students-part1a||both of the above|
|students-part1b||CST Part IB students|
|students-part2||CST Part II students|
|students-part3||CST Part III students|
|students-acs||MPhil ACS students|
|students-all||all of the above|
These mailing lists are intended primarily for announcements by departmental staff. They may also be used by the elected student representatives for occasional announcements. These mailing lists are currently not moderated; anything sent to them will immediately be forwarded to everyone. When replying to an announcement, take care that you only address the sender and not the entire mailing list. These mailing lists are not intended for online discussions among students.
[Before Michaelmas 2009 the lists students-part1a-cst and students-part1a-other were called students-part1a50 and students-part1a25, respectively.]
Some online facilities are maintained by our students, including wikis, mailing lists, discussion boards, IRC channels. These are usually hosted on private computers, College servers, the SRCF, or other web hosting services.
The department does not accept responsibility for any of these, but we are happy to collect some links here (pagemaster welcomes suggestions for additions):
- Chat channel #cl on the IRC server irc.srcf.ucam.org