ISG: Course Account Training >Tutor/TA Handbook >Training>scripts

ISG: Course Account Training >Tutor/TA Handbook >Training>scripts

ISG: Course Account Training >Tutor/TA Handbook >Training>scripts >ISG WiKi Agenda

Connecting to the Course Account

Structure of Course Account Maintenance of Course Account Assignment Submission Support Scripts Email ISG Wiki Viewing filesystem - Finder

From the Mac Finder, select the Go menu, then click Connect to Server Viewing filesystem - Finder Type in the server address smb://

where NNN is a course number Viewing filesystem - Finder Logging in command line Use ssh; i.e., ssh localhost -l csNNN ssh [email protected]

Logging in command line If you have an ssh key already generated on the student.cs systems, youre done Otherwise, run the command ssh-keygen -b 2048 -t rsa

Important Files: .classlist .classlist (also called .classlist. $term) Read-only, updated regularly by CFCF from Registrars info Do not change permissions on this file; instead, use:

.exceptionlist.$term .coursestaff.$term Important Files: .login Normally contains only the following line: exec /u/isg/bin/login Automates access to standardized tools

on command line, and creation of a directory for your personalized configuration and files. Automatically creates directory under /u/ csNNN/u Important files: .rhosts Gives people access to the course

account; check first with ISC. Put person in .rhosts file in /u/csNNN Rest takes care of itself when they connect if they have an account on student.cs Within an hour, personal ssh keys should be added to the authorized keys for the course account

Important Directories /u/csNNN archives bin course handin

marking marks pub / public_html u Directory: archives Contains material used in previous terms (assignment submissions, web

content, etc.) Can be interesting to see how things like marking scripts were done before, but knowledge transfer is more properly done via the Wiki: Directory: bin

Contains scripts/programs specific to this course Any scripts located here should be available to you automatically because of the login program. Directory: course Contains data about the course,

which varies from account to account. Can include snapshots of course enrolment, records of public test results, Directories: handin/marking Depending on course structure, may contain assignment submissions and

assignment autotesting suites, respectively. Directory: u Parent directory of the personalized directory created for you by the login script. Contains configuration and personal files of users of the course

account. Files specific to you belong here, instead of elsewhere on the account. Web Site public_html Ensure list of course staff is up-todate at beginning of term Update announcements and marks

regularly Set a good example by making websites that validate! Web Site: displayMarks Uses marks, which normally also contains the mark spreadsheet CSV files read by this program

should be generated regularly from the spreadsheet so students get prompt feedback. Web Site: displayMarks Sample spreadsheet and generated file (from Wiki)

Web Site: displayMarks Sample user display Web Site: displayMarks Sample root user display Submission: submit/Odyssey

Student submissions in handin, partitioned by assignment and then by userid .submitrc: global configuration .subfiles: list of files to submit for an assignment .lates: list of students who handed assignment in late; maintained by scripts deadline, makelateclone, submit, and

unlate Submission: Marmoset Submission: Markus

Submission: UW-ACE Scripts Purposes:

Cover page Auto-marking

Plagiarism detection Course announcements Cover Pages (Written Assignments) Configuration file .coverrc Command makeCover

For each assignment, add list of questions and marks per question to .coverrc Automarking: RST Scripts for testing and printing use rst [] where: rst is /u/isg/bin/rst,

assign = subdirectory of marking suite = name of directory holding scripts identifier = name of this test run Suite pt is used for public tests Also see rsta and distrst Automarking: BitterSuite

Testing framework used in some courses; abstracts away from mechanism of how tests are run so tutors can focus on designing tests instead of the details of maintaining scripts. Typically run via RST

Automarking: printOut Not used in MarkUs-based courses printOut piles = 'section' or number of piles, where = -7 for lp7_cs , -0 for don't actually print, -g for Graphics Services Xerox 470

Plagiarism detection: moss runMoss, moss_makereadable, and moss_getgroups Used to get statistically matching results, eliminate any matches that dont reach a certain threshold, and find clusters that may not be apparent in mosss pairwise results.

Course announcements announce utility Posts to course website, RSS Feed, and newsgroup. Should be used for all major information that needs to be pushed to all students.

Course Email When in doubt, check with instructors/ISC first (or forward to them) Carbon-copy replies so: others know a reply has been sent record is kept in case of problem ISG Wiki ISG Wiki Important resource to supplement material in this and other presentations Should be used regularly throughout

the term to check how to do things Should be updated regularly throughout the term so information stays current The End >Tutor/TA Handbook >Training>scripts >ISG WiKi

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