UW CSE Tutored Video Pilot Project
The University of Washington's Department of Computer Science & Engineering, in collaboration with several area community colleges, is exploring a new approach to introductory computer science education.
Our experiment addresses two issues. The first is the extraordinary labor involved in preparing materials for intensive courses such as UW's CSE 142 and CSE 143 -- generically, "CS 1" and "CS 2." Can we achieve economies? The second is articulation: can we make our courses more comparable, to facilitate transfer and to improve the foundation of all students?
These zip files contain a high quality video of the classroom
lecture, GIFs of the slides for presentation, and a PowerPoint
document containing the original slides. To view a lecture,
download the file, decompress it using WinZip or another zip utility,
and double click on the file named
lecture slides in one browser window. To use the application
successfully, you will need IE 4 or later, and at least version 6 of the Microsoft
Windows Media Player.
If the application does not work with your browser,
LectureNN.asf (where NN represents the lecture number) from
the Files directory.
Warning: these files are large! (70-100 MB) It is not recommended that you try to download them if you are accessing the Internet via a modem. We are using this format in order to obtain high audio and video quality.
For any questions regarding the Tutored Video Pilot Project, please send e-mail to email@example.com.