Enhancing Campus Activity with Mobile Devices
This course consists of multiple teams (most likely 4-5) of undergraduates working on developing iOS apps for a variety of departments around campus. The students in one semester will learn app development programming skills through four intensive programming assignments. They will then propose a major project (must be approved by instructor) for which they will design, implement, test, and deploy an app. The project may involve other academic departments (such as Mathematical Science, Bioengineering, or English) or campus institutions (such as the Academic Success Center, Cooper Library, or the Michelin Career Center) around campus. The students will present their results at a formal class mini-conference at the end of the semester.
Roy P PargasSchool of Computing
|Edison, G., Pargas, R. (2014, April). Mobile apps software development with Creative Inquiry Poster presented at the Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum, Clemson, SC.|
|Edison, G., & Kulkarni, P. (2014, March 5-8), "Teaching Mobile App Software Development is a Challenge!", Poster presented at the annual meeting of ACM SIGCSE 2014, Atlanta, GA.|