2005 Tablet PCs in Higher Education Workshop
July 20 - 21, 2005. Seattle, Washington
Wednesday, July 20
- Chuck Thacker, The Tablet PC at five years old
- Francois Guimbretiere, UMD, CrossY: A Crossing-Based Drawing Application
- Todd Landstad, Microsoft, Challenges to creating solutions for note taking with digital Ink.
- Ken Hinkley, MSR, Scriboli: Rapid, Unambiguous, and Expressive Pen Interaction
Scriboli Video, Stitching Video
- Phil Cohen, OGI, Multimodal Interactions
- Jay Pittman, Microsoft, Handwriting Recognition
- Group Summaries
Thursday, July 21
- Jeremy Roschelle, Democratizing Access to the Mathematics of Change, SRI
- Ruth Anderson, Beth Simon, Classroom Presenter Demo
- Curt Allen, Scott Lemon, Agilix, Building pen-perfect Tablet PC Applications using the GoBinder SDK
- Patrick Bristow, ConferenceXP Team, MSR, Overcoming the Challenges of Wireless in the Classroom
- Poster Sessions
- Charlie Grisham, University of Virginia,The Tablet PC Project at the University of Virginia – Lessons learned.
- Sarah Bussell, Hewlett Packard, HP’s Tablet PC Strategy
- Arin Goldberg et al. Microsoft.
- Jane Prey, Microsoft, Overview of Tablets in Higher Education,
Participant Project Links
- Classroom Presenter: A Tablet PC classroom presentation
system developed at University of Washington.
- Denim: An informal tool for early stage web site and UI design.
- Topiary: A tool for prototyping location-enhanced applications
- Design Rationale: MIT's ink understanding project.
- SketchPoint and other projects: Yang Li's ink based projects and prototypes.
- DyKnow VISION: A pen-based classroom interaction system that extends
earlier research by
- Cross Y: A digital ink drawing application based on the crossing interaction
method instead of point and click.
- Cornell 3D-Journal: A 3-D sketching tool that
reconstructs spatial geometry from a single 2-D sketch in real time.
- Active Campus UCSD's exploration in community-oriented ubiquitous computing.
- DuplexCourse management including Tablet PC based assignment grading.
- E-TextAn electronic text book project that integrates the best features
of paper textbooks into an electronic framework.
- ConferenceXP An initiative of Microsoft Research's Learning Sciences
and Technology group exploring wireless classrooms, collaboration, and distance learning.
- Adaptive Book Project A C#/.net smart client for viewing, marking up and collaborating on XML based digital books.