Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Bridge Students from High School to College

Elizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, Sheila Tejada, Susan Lowes, M Q Azhar, Samir Chopra, Richard Jansen, Ira Rudowsky.

This paper describes work from the Bridges to Computing project at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. This project focuses on the transition from high school to college with the intention of encouraging more students to study some aspect of computer science. The Bridges project has both introduced new undergraduate courses into our computer science curriculum and revised existing courses, as well as developed activities for high school students to help better prepare them for college-level computer science. Here, we report on the use of ideas from artificial intelligence implemented within several of these interventions.

Subjects: 7.2 Software Agents; 1. Applications

Submitted: Jan 24, 2008


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