Archive for October, 2007


TETC 2007: I’ll Be There

October 11, 2007

This November, Nashville will host TETC (Tennessee Educational Technology Conference), and I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be presenting a lab session about Leopard on Wednesday (28th). If you’re going to be in attendance at the conference, then I’d love to have you join in on the session so that I can show you more about Leopard and answer any questions that you may have.

For more information on the session, please check out page four of this document.

See you in Nashville!


Web Site Additions

October 10, 2007

On the Leopard Web site, you’ll now find a revised introductory video in a variety of formats and a Leopard forum in which you can both start and participate in discussions about the tool.


WeatherBug 2007 Online Science and Programming Contest

October 1, 2007

Now that October 1st is here, I’m pleased to announce that the WeatherBug 2007 Online Science and Programming Contest has begun!

The contest runs through November 16th, and the winners will be selected in December. Now is a great time to get your students started with using Leopard so that they can be a part of this national contest and possibly win some fantastic prizes.

Please visit the contest Web site for more information.


Development Update: Subroutines and Looping

October 1, 2007

When I told you that Leopard is going to support more of the standard programming concepts, I wasn’t kidding.

As the title of this post implies, the next version of Leopard now has support for subroutines and looping!