Project “Hybrid Curriculum”

Published by Tim on Thursday November 3, 2022

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:06

For the current semester, I have accepted a small teaching assignment for Creative Coding again after a long time. This time I’m teaching the course “Graphic Design Machines” at the FH Bielefeld together with Florian Gubernator, who has background in physics, graphic design and creative coding. Florian suggested using p5.js instead of Processing in the course and I thought it would be an exciting challenge. Then I got the idea to use this tailwind to push a massive update for my online courses:

My plan is to gradually prepare the entire curriculum for both Processing and p5.js. This is very ambitious, and above all quite a lot of manual work, because for this I have to port a few hundred code snippets on the website from Processing to p5.js, test them, and then add them to the respective lessons. Fortunately, I found some great people in the community who are now helping me with this and I think and hope it will be done in the next few weeks. I will keep you updated.

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