Useful Web Links at this point in the course :
Python docs are available on line.
You can grab python from here Be sure to get version 3.5.x not legacy python 2
Get the pycharm editor/IDE from here You can either get the community edition, or join their academic program and get the professional edition.
Your Book's Website
From time to time I will put my lecture slides on the website here:
Second week's lecture on I/O and basic
More of Arithmetic
Objects and intro to Zelle graphics
Events and more on Zelle Graphics.
The bits and pieces from chapter 5 that give
you more tools files, lists, string formatting and interpolation
Moving things around on the screen
Social issues and ethics part I
Functions, Parameters, return values and digressions on images and keyboard input
Sound and collections
The social context of computing