All students enrolled in courses taught by Prof. Baldwin are required to complete online orientation at the beginning of the course. Follow the link to the Main page for your course below to complete online orientation.
Then log into Blackboard, access your course, and use the Blackboard "Send Email" feature within the first few days of the course to send an Email message to Prof. Baldwin confirming that you have completed online orientation. Make the subject of your message read "Online orientation complete." If you fail to do this within the first few days of the course, you may suffer administrative penalties, which may include being administratively dropped from the course and the loss of eligibility for financial aid. (See the announcement regarding being declared as "Never Attended" in Blackboard.)
ITSE2321 - Object-Oriented Programming (Java)
ITSE2317 - Java Programming (Intermediate)
INEW2338 - Advanced Java Programming
GAME2302 - Mathematical Applications for Game Development
ITSE1359 - Introduction to Scripting Languages: Python
ITSE1356 - Introduction to XML
GAME 1343 Game and Simulation Programming I -
Summer 2016 version
GAME2342 - Game Development Using C++
Many of the learning resources that are used in the courses that I teach are published as books at OpenStax.
Early in 2014, OpenStax began a transition from a legacy presentation format to a new OpenStax presentation format. As of April, 2016, some of the functionality of the legacy presentation format has not yet been ported to the OpenStax presentation format (but it continues to improve over time).
If you find yourself viewing one of my books in the OpenStax presentation format and some of the links appear to be broken, you may need to revert to the legacy presentation format. You can navigate to the legacy presentation format by selecting the Legacy Site link in the upper-right portion of the OpenStax page.
The following page contains a list of links to the books that I have published at OpenStax:
Here are a couple of other miscellaneous but useful links:
Most of this material is standard programming material and is believed by the author to be in the public domain. If you use it for any purpose, you are using it at your own risk, and this author assumes no responsibility or liability for any damages that you may incur.
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