The Debug Room is a student support service available to all students enrolled in the Toronto Met Computer Science program.
The Debug Room is intended primarily for first and second-year students seeking support and guidance on labs, assignments, and understanding course topics. The Debug Room is also equally available for upper year students in the Computer Science program looking for co-op/internship guidance, campus opportunities and resources, and course concerns.
Appointments are 30 minutes and are available Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Appointments can be held via Zoom, as well as in-person in ENG 268A. Students can book up to 2 sessions per day, with a maximum of 4 appointments per week.
Please use your Toronto Met email when booking an appointment.
The Debug Room is currently providing assistance for the following list of courses:
CPS109, CPS106, CPS209, CPS213, CPS305, CPS310, CPS393, CPS420, CPS506, CPS590
Review sessions are often organized for the core first year courses, such as CPS109 and CPS209. Follow the department's social media to stay updated for any announcements about review sessions. Review sessions are also announced through the D2L course shell.
If you have any questions, please email the Student Skill Facilitator, Johnathan Spinelli - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Debug Room is available for students enrolled in Spring and Summer Transition Courses!
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