View Full Version : Authoring stencils-based Tutorials

06-13-2008, 04:09 AM

we write you from Spain. I'm studing a Master of Computer Graphics,
Games and Virtual Reality.

We are preparing a workshop with Alice for future students in computer
science (girls and boys around 15-18). We have read about
Stencil-Based Tutorials: Design and Evaluation, and stencil-based
tutorials present a good way to motive them. but getting the raw xml
file to make new tutorials is harder than we thought. is there
information about 'Authoring stencils-based Tutorials'.

We're really grateful for your support.

Thanks in advance and best regards!

06-14-2008, 11:18 AM
Caitlin Kelleher and Randy Pausch authored a paper on Stencil-Based-Tutorials with Alice. You might wish to start here: http://www.cse.wustl.edu/~ckelleher/kelleherCHI05.pdf

Good luck,

06-28-2008, 12:06 AM
Hello to everyone! I'm new here in this forum and also in using Alice, i find Alice Software as very interesting programming language that's why i want to use it for my class in theory and structure in programming language wherein we should be able to create a simple program design like game in a particular language and also be able to have n executable file. So i decided to use Alice, However, I have a problem, i don't know how to create an executable file in Alice, I there a way to create an executable file in Alice...I've been looking at different websites and unfortunately i found no result.



06-28-2008, 06:49 PM
You can not create an executable Alice world. Alice was meant to work on numerous computer platforms, i.e., Windows, MAC, Linux, etc and therefore compiling an Alice file into a single .exe is not achievable.