|Name||Office Number||Office Hours|
|Pedram Sadeghian||IRB 2214||Please email Pedram the day
before you need to meet so you can arrange
a time in-person or via zoom.
|Nelson Padua-Perez||IRB 2210||Mon and Wed (10 am → 11:30 am in Nelson's office)
Do not use Quuly to see Nelson
TAs will hold office hours in the location specified at CMSC131/CMSC133 Office hours location. The office hour schedule can be found below.
You can get assistance from any of the TAs posted on the schedule below. You are not limited to only see your lab/discussion TA.
We will use Quuly for students to see a TA during office hours. Information how to register can be found at Quuly Sign up. To request help during office hours, follow the instructions provided at Requesting Help.
Important: In order for you to access the Quuly queue, you need to have an email address in Quuly. You can add/update your email address by using the Quuly “My Account” view.
We want to make sure a TA can help you immediately after you are selected from the Quuly queue. Make sure you have Quuly notifications enabled. There is a separate desktop notification that is issued if one gives Quuly permission to send notifications to your desktop. To enable those in Chrome, one can click the lock icon and make sure notifications are set to "Allow".
Please only join the Quuly queue during office hours or 5 minutes (no more than 5 minutes) before an office hour period starts, otherwise you will be removed from the queue without receiving assistance.
TAs will spend around 10 minutes per student if other students are waiting. If there is no other student waiting you can spend as much time as needed. There is a limit of three daily visits per student.
We have a limited number of virtual/online office hours. We have them mainly for students that are sick, but everyone is welcome to attend them. If you are on campus, or can easily visit a TA in person, please do so. It will helps us a lot :) When using online office hours, follow the instructions below:
The Iribe Initiative for Inclusion & Diversity in Computing (I4C) offers both 1:1 and Guided Study Session (GSS) tutoring for CMSC 131, 132, 216, 250, 330, and 351 around specific concepts discussed in class. I4C also offers 1:1 tutoring only for CMSC 122 and 125. To learn more and request tutoring, please visit: go.umd.edu/Fall23_Tutoring. Visiting a tutor does not mean you are having trouble with your course. Many students visit a tutor to get clarification about class concepts, but others visit a tutor to discuss advanced concepts they are interested in and that we don't cover in class.