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ECE 462, Fall 2007

In this semester, an experiment is being conducted to provide all lectures on line. Students watch the lectures outside the classroom. The instructor works with the students in a laboratory (MSEE 190) to solve the problems in the assignments. This approach is called "directed problem solving" (DPS) by Professor David Meyer.  The videos are available through WeCT to the students taking this class.

Screenshots of Student Projects:

Game Game Game Game


 Week 1  Week 2  Week 3  Week 4
 Week 5  Week 6  Week 7  Week 8
 Week 9  Week 10  Week 11  Week 12
 Week 13  Week 14  Week 15  Week 16



 Exam 1  Exam 2  Exam 3  Final Exam



References: Developing Games in JavaEffective C++

Comments from the students:

  • "I enjoyed this course a lot. I thought the projects were extremely helpful to my learning."
  • "Good content, enjoyed learning OO."
  • "Good Job!"
  • "I thought Professor Lu did a great job with this course and I can tell that he cares a lot about helping students learn."
  • "The professor is very good and dedicated to helping the students learn the material."

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