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Secondary Education Conference 2004 Schedule
Times Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
08:00:00 am Short Videos --- Network Gaming
09:00:00 am Browsing the Web Dreamweaver Network Gaming
10:00:00 am Robotics Gaming and AI Network Gaming
11:00:00 am Lunch Lunch Network Gaming
12:00:00 pm Prize Drawings Prize Drawings Prize Drawings
12:30:00 pm Building PC's Programming w/ Robocode Network Gaming
01:30:00 pm Wi-Fi Robocode Tournament Network Gaming
02:30:00 pm -- Done -- -- Done -- -- Done --

Browsing the Web by Kirk Burns
The web hold vast amounts of information and useful resources. Learn how to tap into the web and improve your research, knowledge and browsing experience.

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Building PC's by Kirk Burns
Learn how to build a PC from scratch. Whether you are looking to learn, save money, build the ultimate gaming machine or anything else; this class will prepare you to build a machine

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Dreamweaver
Learn how to build web pages using Dreamweaver. Also, take advantage of Dreamweaver's instant animations, image roll-overs, swapping and more.

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Gaming and AI by Jon Hill
This is an introduction into the world of gaming and how artificial intelligence is used to bring games to life.

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Lunch
A one hour lunch break will be taken. Bring your own lunches or visit any of the local food establishments in Huntsville.
You can also visit http://www.huntsvilletexas.com/ to learn more.

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Network Gaming by SHACS
Enjoy playing networked games against other live opponents.

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Prize Drawings by SHACS
Door prizes will be announced at this time. Be sure to get your door ticket at the registration table when you arrive.

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Programming with Robocode by Brian Culver & Dr. Ken Hartness
Learn basic programming using the robocode environment. Robocode is a java-based environment where you can program your own virtual robot. Can your robot defeat the other robots?

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Robocode Tournament by Brian Culver & Dr. Ken Hartness
A tournament will be held where students can take their robots and challenge everyone elses. The winner(s) will receive a worthy prize in recognition of their champion robot.

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Robotics by Brian Culver
This is an introduction to mobile robotics. Learn to program and create behaviors in the real world.

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Short Videos by SHACS
During registration, "Thumb Wars" will be playing for anyone to watch.

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Wi-Fi (Wireless Networking) by Jeremy Binkley
Wireless networks are popping up all over the place. How can you learn to take advantage of this convenient and growing technology? Learn to build your own wireless network and how to use them anywhere they are available.

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