Thirteen students in CSCI335: Software Engineering through Web Applications demonstrated their three team projects at the Spring Fest. In teams of four or five, the students gathered requirements for their project, created a static prototype, and developed a dynamic, user-friendly prototype–all in four weeks.
Each student worked on one of three projects:
- The Collegium Project – a digital humanities project in collaboration with Professor Sarah Bond, a history professor at Marquette University and a former Mellon Fellow at W&L.
- Corsola – a tool for visualizing course schedules and conflicts. W&L students may be able to use a version of Corsola as early as this fall.
- The Ancient Graffiti Search Engine Project – a digital humanities project in collaboration with classics professor Rebecca Benefiel