Interactive Visualizer to Facilitate Game Designers to Understand Machine Learning
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Khushi, Pranoti Kavimandal, Gopal Kotecha, Utkarsh Tiwari, Tanmay Garg
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Undergraduate research project work is very demanding of students, of tutors and of resources and many students and the transition from traditional practical work difficult. In particular, they have unrealistic expectations of what can be achieved. In order to prepare students for their project work, some third-year courses include mini-projects. This paper reports on a case study of one such miniproject: it was effective in preparing students for their project work but most students were unaware of this and as a result, many felt demoralized by their experience. A number of factors which might improve the effectiveness of mini-projects and reduce the students' negative feelings were identified including: making the aims and objectives unambiguous, achievable and explicit; recognizing the nature and difficulty of the demands which are being made of students; and providing sufficient time, support and guidance for students.
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Unique Paper ID: 156003

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 555 - 557
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