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Journal on Educational Resources in Computing

June 2004 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Robot Contest as a Laboratory for Experiential Engineering Education

    Igor M. Verner & David J. Ahlgren

    By designing, building, and operating autonomous robots students learn key engineering subjects and develop systems-thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills. Such events as the Trinity... More

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  2. Using RoboCup in University-Level Computer Science Education

    Elizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons & Peter Stone

    In the education literature, team-based projects have proven to be an effective pedagogical methodology. We have been using "RoboCup" challenges as the basis for class projects in undergraduate and... More

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  3. An Interdisciplinary Field Robotics Program for Undergraduate Computer Science and Engineering Education

    Christopher Kitts & Neil Quinn

    Santa Clara University's Robotic Systems Laboratory conducts an aggressive robotic development and operations program in which interdisciplinary teams of undergraduate students build and deploy a... More

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