With the move to online delivery, we have had to make some major changes to how we run the course. For ease of navigation, we have now split this page up into three sections.
The sessions below are the ones that were held in class before the semester was radically changed. We have provided links to the lecture slides and presentation instructions. However, we will not be going back and recording video for any lectures. They are presented as is.
With each lecture we also have list of additional readings. Some of these readings are demos that were played with in class.
Fortunately, we had almost made it to alpha before we had to move to video. That meant we were already transitioning away from lectures and moving to more discussion based classes. That is why we set up the Discord server. However, considering the limitations of Discord for mobile games, we will need to switch back and forth between Discord and Zoom. The table below will help you keep things straight.
The lectures below are the ones that were lost due to the restructuring of the class. The slides are available by clicking on the Lecture number, just as in the traditional lectures. To see the video, click on the right-most column. Videos will become available starting March 23.
Given the higher priority work of restructuring the critiques, these videos are pretty primitive. They consist of your instructor narrating slides. Do not mistake them for high-quality online instruction. As with the normal lectures, we have included the traditional reading that accompanies the slides.