There will be an Alice2 to Alice3 Workshop on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, run by the CMU Alice team. The workshop will be held in Schiciano Auditorium in the Fitpatrick building.
The Workshop will run 9am-4pm with breakfast at 8:30am and Lunch included.
|9:15am||The Scene Editor: The Object Gallery and Setting up a Scene|
|10:45am||The Code Editor: Programming with Classes and Inheritance|
|1:00pm||Control Structures and Data: Variables, Expressions, Arrays|
|2:45pm||Alice 3 Events|
This hands on workshop will examine the similarities and differences
Alice 2 and Alice 3, and together we will think about how an Alice 2 based
course can be taught using Alice 3. This workshop assumes participants have
some familiarity with Alice2, may have attended an Alice2 workshop at Duke
one of the South Carolina sites.
For those attending the workshop, you will need to bring a laptop
and a mouse is also recommended.
In particular, please bring a laptop computer with at least 1 GB RAM (2 or
recommended). Also, please bring a 2- or 3-button mouse. The laptop may
be a PC running Windows or a Mac.
Notes: Alice 2 and Alice 3 run OK on some netbooks. However, it typically most be the more powerful netbooks model.
We recommend you download Alice 3 from alice.org for the workshop you plan to attend before coming to the workshop.