For any Zoom meeting you attend, please take care to
- participate from a quiet office or similar space (and not from a bed, car, hammock, plane, or train), and
- participate with your camera turned on, using horizontal (not vertical) video.
Fall 2020 of CS50 (which will become CS50x 2021 on 1 January 2021) is about to begin at Harvard and Yale, and CS50’s lectures are, as always, open to the public, this year via Zoom!
Whether you are a CS50x student, a CS50 AP student, a prospective student, a teacher, a parent, or a Harvard alum (or anyone else!), you are cordially invited to attend one or more of Fall 2020’s lectures via Zoom.
All you need to participate is a computer or phone, though you might find it convenient to have both. If using a phone, best to download polleverywhere.com/mobile in advance, but you can alternatively just use a browser to answer questions.
You’re welcome to register for one, some, or all of the lectures below. Upon registering, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to connect!
|Register||Week 0||Computational Thinking, Scratch|
|Register||Week 5||Data Structures|
|Register||Week 10||The End|
None are scheduled at this time, but check back here soon!