The awards for the Alice Competition will be on Sunday March 10th from 2pm - 4pm at Georgia Tech. Students must register at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AliceComp2013 before 4:00pm on Tues Feb 26, 2013. After registration closes we will send out instructions to the students who registered about how to upload their projects.
We received 189 Registrations from a total of 284 people. There were 135 (71%) registrations for movies and 54 (29%) for games. There were 98 individual and 91 group registrations. 13 were from Middle School students and 176 were from High School students. There was a total of 37% under-represented minorities.
The total number of females registered was 86 (30%). The total number of males registered was 198 (70%). The number of white students was 98 (35%). The number of Black students registered was 94 (33%). The number of Hispanic students registered was 9 (3%).
Of the 98 (67%) individual registrations, 66 were male and 32 (33%) were female. Of those individuals, 41 (41%) were White, 22 (22%) were Asian, 19 (19%) were Black, 8 were Biracial, 7 were Hispanic, and 1 Other. Of the 186 people from group registrations, 54 (29%) were female and 132 (70%) were male. Of those students, 75 were black (40%), 57 white (30%), 41 (22%) Asian, 7 Multi-racial (3%), 3 Other (1%), 2 Hispanic, and 1 Native American.
Entries with Submissions
Native American/Alaskan Native
The deadline for us to receive submissions will be Friday March 1st at 4:00pm. The entries must be uploaded to http://home.cc.gatech.edu/TeaParty/1080. Alice worlds can either be uploaded to a web site or submitted on a CDROM. CDROMs must be received by Friday March 1st at 4:00pm. Alice worlds can also be uploaded to the website, but be aware that it can be difficult to upload very large Alice worlds. The instructions for uploading are at http://home.cc.gatech.edu/TeaParty/1083 If you are mailing in a CD send it to:
GA Tech, College of Computing
ICE Programs: April Heard
801 Atlantic Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
There will be one division for middle school students, and one for high school students. Awards will be given for both individual and group projects (up to 3 people per group). Projects will be judged based on creativity, originality, technical merit, and how well they follow good programming practices (comments, breaking tasks or scences into methods, putting the methods on the right objects, etc). There will be two categories of awards: movies and interactive games. The movies must be at least 15 seconds long and must be less than 2 minutes long. All movies must display some text to show that the movie is over (like "The End"). Interactive games can be submitted as well but a video (in Quicktime or AVI format) showing someone playing the game (just the screen capture we don't actually want to see the person playing the game) must be submitted with the game. The video of the person playing the game must be at least 15 seconds and less than 2 minutes long. You can use CamStudio or Camtasia to create the video. All interactive games must also include instructions (as a word doc or rtf) for playing the game.
We will give awards to at least one entry in each category if there are at least 5 entries in that category. In addition we will also give out the following special awards: Most Creative, Best Comedy, Best Drama, Best Educational Game, Best Educational Movie, Best Adventure Game, Best use of Music, Best use of Sound, Best use of Dialogue, and Best Original Idea. Winners who don't attend the Awards ceremony are allowed 90 days to pick up their prize.
Workers: Chasity , Laura , Jillian and Rita
Location: Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Rooms 2443 (Setup) and 2447 (Prizes)
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