|Michael Herrmann||Maurice Fallon|
|Email: michael DOT herrmann AT ed DOT ac DOT uk||Email: maurice DOT fallon AT ed DOT ac DOT uk|
|Office: 1.26 Informatics Forum||Office: 1.42 Informatics Forum|
|Phone: 651 3441||Phone: 651 7177|
Demonstrators: Davide Modolo (d.modolo AT sms DOT ed DOT ac DOT uk) and Calum Imrie (s1120916 AT sms DOT ed DOT ac DOT uk)
Support of Distance Learning Version of Course: Bob Fisher
The master schedule can be found in the 3rd year course descriptor.
Review Lectures: Twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 11.10-12.00. Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3.
Supervised Lab Session: From week 2, Monday (14.10-15.00), Wednesday (12.10-14.00), Thursday (14:10 to 16:00). Forest Hills Robot teaching lab (G.A11).
This course will be simultaneously delivered to resident 3rd year informatics undergraduates and distance learning MSc students. Lecture videos are available online (see below). The review lectures will be streamed via the LEARN system allowing distrance students to ask questions (using 'Collaborate', TBC). The assignments will follow the same schedule and approach as for the local course. Distance students are required to purchase an Lego EVO kit and a student matlab license for the assignments. Assignments will be remotely assessed at a convenient time for our demonstrators and the student.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This course is not taught by the traditional lectures. Instead, IVR uses an Inverted Classroom method. This means that you will have about 15 hours of video to watch in your own time ('Lecture Videos'). This material is assessible. There are still 2 full class meetings each week ('Review Lectures'). We will discuss any questions that you either suggest in advance or raise in class on the day. Here is an Introduction to how the course is intended to be followed.
Lecture videos, associated readings and associated Matlab are hosted on the University's LEARN system. You will need an EASE account to access this materials. To access the materials:
There will be two pieces of assessed coursework carrying equal weight. (20% each)
The practicals are done in teams of two. For each assignment a demonstration of the results will be required and a single, joint report is to be submitted by one of the students in each team.Exam (60%)
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