Are you giving a presentation soon and looking to receive instant audience feedback? Poll Everywhere is one solution. It is a web based technology that allows audience members to respond through text messages, the web, or twitter.
On the Poll Everywhere website, you can play around with the technology by creating your own [...]Continue Reading →
I’ve been realizing slowly that to write good code, you don’t just have to practice a lot. You also have to regularly read good code. Most people read articles and frequent StackOverflow to solve their own problems, which is great. But I think reading all sorts of code, whether related or unrelated to your current [...]Continue Reading →
In the past, when I’ve needed to create charts or diagrams, I’ve used traditional programs like Visio and even Power Point. However, recently I discovered another tool that tends to stand out from the rest – Cacoo.
Cacoo is a free online tool that can be used to create diagrams such as wireframes, site Continue Reading →
Don’t be shy: you have the artistic talent in your blood. You have a unique view of the surroundings. How about making a piece of video art in your style? You can definitely manifest your character, implicitly or explicitly, through the music, pictures, and video clips you have selected for your piece of art. What [...]Continue Reading →
Over spring break last year, I had the honor of working with a group of Tufts students at a public school in Harlem, New York. There I taught 2nd grade students robotics and engineering using three main tools namely, WeDo, Smartboard, and Legos which are explained in detail below.
WeDo is a robotics [...]Continue Reading →
- Episode 13: Want to learn more? Online!? November 17, 2013Today we're doing a screencast looking at learning tools for languages, programming and more
- Episode 14: Collaborating Online? Who knew! November 17, 2013Today we will show you neat tools to collaborate on programming projects and more
- Episode 11: Summer Jobs are fun? September 23, 2013Fall 2013 AT Fellows podcast. Cohosted by Jonathan Wu and Aaron Wishnick
- Episode 13: Want to learn more? Online!? November 17, 2013