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A new support project I've started - think of it as a giant notepad.

 

JCU Downloads (the original swan files)

Explanation:

These are the "original swan files", made famous by the fact students are lazy, and so always wanted to borrow my study notes. So one day I decided if I just uploaded them people like Josh wouldn't bug me so much...... and the rest is history baby! I hope these notes help people, although, with every year that passes, I suppose the content gets slightly less relevant. :-)
star -- good and/or helpful.
Right click then "save target as". If you want to download quickly use uni machines (or get ADSL!).

Subject Summaries:

It's always a lot easier to read off paper than off a computer screen. Hopefully, most of the subject material from the subjects below hasn't changed since I did the course.

year1: (2001)

year2: (2002)

Old Assignments:

NOTE: Lecturers are suppose to change all assignments every year - and for this reason there is no problems with showing student and old assignment as a learning reference.

year1: (2001)

year2: (2002)

year3: (2003)

honours stuff: (2004)

Miscellaneous:

NOTE: HEY! Just because I have a color-coded timetable doesn't make me a girl! I resent that. Pink is a perfectly masculine colour.

  • Subject Results Template (.xls) (79 KB)starstar - once you work out how to use it, this spreadsheet is excellent for determining what you need to get that grade you want
  • Lecture Timetable Template (.xls) (54 KB) - most people like to design their own pretty timetables - here's one I made earlier. Err..... at least it's colorful.
  • UNIX commands reference card (.pdf) (12 KB) star - you'll need these UNIX commands in cp1300 (& possibly others) - and, lets face it, these commands are easy to forget. so here they all are on a single, simple sheet.

 

 
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