Robots Can Wear Multiple Hats in the Computer Science Curriculum at Liberal Arts Colleges

Christine Shannon

Abstract Faculty at liberal arts colleges are often challenged to offer a quality education to their students, complete with opportunities for undergraduate research. To guard against a curriculum that is too theoretical, students want to see applications of their course work and tangible results of their efforts. Like all computer science educators, we want to attract students to our discipline. The use of robotics can often be part of the answer in each of these realms.

Subjects: 1. Applications; 1.6 Engineering And Science

Submitted: Jan 22, 2007


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