CS100J --> CMS
CMS stands for Course Management System. You will use CMS to submit homework, find your scores, and view grading comments.
If you had pre-enrolled in CS100J, then your student information had been entered into CMS already and you would be ready to use CMS starting on February 3rd. If you add CS100M in January, then you must identify yourself in section to ask your TA to add your information into the system.
How to submit homework?
Read all the instructions below before attempting the submission.
- Note where you keep the file(s) you want to submit
- Go to the CMS website: http://cms.csuglab.cornell.edu/
- You will be prompted to log on. Log on using your CU NetID and password.
- Select CS100J under Courses
- If you are not working with a partner, then click on the submit button to upload (submit) the file(s).
- For each requested file, click Browse... to locate your file. It does not matter if your file name is different from the the requested file name. During upload, your file name will be converted to our requested file name.
- Click upload.
- If you work with a partner, click the groups button to register your group before submitting files. Enter your partner's netID. Click Invite. Now your partner must log on CMS and accept your invitation. Then either partner can submit the files as described in the previous steps.
- You can find detailed instructions by clicking Help (near top right corner of screen) in CMS.
We will accept homework properly submitted through CMS only. We will not accept any excuses for not submitting work on time on CMS.
Register a (different) group for each homework. Group registration must take place before file submission.
If you work with a partner, you must submit your project as a group. In order to register your group, one partner logs on to CMS and invites a group mate by typing the other partner's netID. The other partner confirms the group anytime after the invitation has been made. This means you can form your group even if you are never physically in the same lab at the same time.
Each requested file has a size limit that is much bigger than a typical, correct file. If CMS reports that your file is too big, the usual reason is that you submitted a file in an incorrect format.
Once CMS accepts an uploaded file, it will display the time of upload and the size of the uploaded file. The file size is one way for you to check that you submitted the file you intended to upload.
Start submitting your files early! Don't wait until the deadline. If necessary, you can re-upload any files during the submission period. The latest file will be graded. Don't wait until the deadline when traffic is congested and slows to a crawl ...