Adventures in Alice Programming
March 23, 2013
NOTE: WE ARE NOW FULL FOR BOTH SESSIONS!
The Duke University Computer Science Department and Duke ACM is holding an activity day for current 6th graders to learn about computer animation using the Alice 3D virtuals worlds programming enviroment.
There will be two sessions, one in the morning from 9am-noon and a second one in the afternoon from 1:30pm-4:30pm.
This activity is for students with no programming experience to learn basic computer programming skills while having fun creating and designing 3D animations, interactive stories, and games. Alice is very easy to use and it possesses a vast library of various 3D objects, characters, animals, environments, settings, and other things for students to add to their Alice worlds. At each session, we will introduce you to the basics of using Alice and demo several Alice animations and games. Then we will do various activities and challenges with you. We will provide laptops to use for the session, and Alice is a free program at www.alice.org.
To see sample videos made with Alice, click here. Click on the .mov or .avi files to see videos of Alice worlds.
For more information, here is our information flyer
This event will be held at the Levine Science Research Center Room D106. For the morning session, students should be dropped off between 8:45am and 9am and picked up between 12pm and 12:15pm. For the afternoon session, students should be dropped off 1:15-1:30pm and picked up between 4:30-4:45pm.
Students must be signed in to participate.
To register for one of the sessions submit the following google form.
A student can participate in only one session.