~ Classrooms ~
Version January 2002
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Approach & Assessment
Programming experience: You will be asked to use a number
of different programming languages and applications in your
projects. It is unlikely that you will have had direct experience
with many of these tools. While you will be supported in learning
these new tools, I assume a level of programming experience
roughly equivalent to that of any average PC-buff.
English skills: The aim of the assessment is to
measure the depth of your understanding of the course topics
and the originality of your thought, developments and additions.
I do not care about the presentation, spelling, or grammar of the
written work that you do except when it makes your message unclear,
imprecise, or ambiguous. I will slightly edit your contributions
if needs be, but you will always get full recognition for your work,
and you will always have the possibility to comments my comments (and so on :-)
Please use a WORKING email address and pseudo, so that readers will be
able to contact you directly with specific questions. I'm not
going to push emails around.
Project / classroom grades
Each project / classroom will receive a letter
grade based on the following guidelines:
- Outstanding: Shows significant original thought and advanced development.
- Good: Shows some original thought, most of the project is implemented.
- Satisfactory: Shows competent technical work and implementation of the core ideas.
- Fail: Project not thought through or code too buggy to run properly.
- Fail: No serious attempt made at project.
These decisions will of course be taken collectively and be based on feedback as well.
How to proceed
Visit the different labs: [Lab1] [Lab2]
Visit the different [classrooms]
Visit the [Scrolls room]
Join/prepare a project on the ad hoc
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