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Robot Virtual Worlds Release You Don’t Want to Miss

Times are quite exciting for Robots Virtual Worlds (RVW).  This latest release is packed with features and content to help educators teach virtual robots and their sensors, including additional utility tables and two new challenges: Billiards and Mini Golf!     In addition, students will find the latest release easier …

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Join the NXT Tweetup

You are invited to attend our NXT Tweetup presentation hosted by NASATalk.       What is a Tweetup? A Tweetup is real time meeting that starts on Twitter (though you do not need a Twitter account to attend).         What is the Topic? In this meeting, …

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Halfway Point: Seven Weeks Left Until Animation Competition Deadline!

  Hi everyone-   There is still time to submit to our animation competition: “Save the World in 60 Seconds!”  The deadline for submission is May 6, 2012.   Click on the image to see an overview of the competition:     Students, hobbyists, and professionals are invited to create …

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My First Alice Animation

Hello Animators! I experienced Alice (version a month ago and I wanted to share my project with you. Alice has both strengths and flaws. It is a great tool for learning algorithmic thinking, which is mandatory for computer and robot programming. However, It is a tough tool for animating. …

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CS2N New look and feel

Welcome to our newly designed CS2N website! We hope the changes make sense and that the site is easier to navigate. Coming up with the navigation was key. We needed to build the site so that it can grow (easily), and be able to be edited through our own interface.

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