Title

My Turn to Shine!: An Organizational App for Tutors

Lead Author Major

Jason Yen Jung

Lead Author Status

5th year Senior

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Daniel Cliburn

Faculty Mentor Email

dcliburn@pacific.edu

Faculty Mentor Department

Computer Science

Abstract/Artist Statement

Imagine a classroom full of stressed students with hands raised, asking tutors for assistance. In this situation, it becomes difficult for tutors to keep track of who is next in line to be helped. MyTurn!!! is a mobile application that assists in controlling the chaos. MyTurn!!! provides two primary features: a queue system and a help system. Students enter the queue when they request help from the tutors. The queue maintains the order in which students requested help, so that the tutors will always know whose turn is next. The help system provides helpful hints that students can access to attempt to resolve issues themselves. Students are expected to use the help system while they are waiting for their turn in the queue. The application will be evaluated at School of Engineering and Computer Science tutoring sessions. MyTurn!!! will be available for demonstration during Senior Project day.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

6-5-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

6-5-2017 4:00 PM

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My Turn to Shine!: An Organizational App for Tutors

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Imagine a classroom full of stressed students with hands raised, asking tutors for assistance. In this situation, it becomes difficult for tutors to keep track of who is next in line to be helped. MyTurn!!! is a mobile application that assists in controlling the chaos. MyTurn!!! provides two primary features: a queue system and a help system. Students enter the queue when they request help from the tutors. The queue maintains the order in which students requested help, so that the tutors will always know whose turn is next. The help system provides helpful hints that students can access to attempt to resolve issues themselves. Students are expected to use the help system while they are waiting for their turn in the queue. The application will be evaluated at School of Engineering and Computer Science tutoring sessions. MyTurn!!! will be available for demonstration during Senior Project day.