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    Rpi planner geoffrey_wright_6-17-2011[1] Rpi planner geoffrey_wright_6-17-2011[1] Presentation Transcript

    • RPI PlannerGeoffrey Wright
    • What is RPI Planner?• Course/schedule planning tool, similar in function to RPI Scheduler• RPI Planner helps students generally plan out an entire plan of study during enrollment at RPI o Scheduler which handles only a single semester• Leverages requirements from the CAPP report• Developed by previous RCOS students, primarily Eric Allen
    • What does RPI Planner do right now?• Provides a simple interface for constructing a plan of study• Easy drag and drop control to manipulate courses• Handles course database and course descriptions• Saving and loading preset and user-made plans• Handles the validation of the plan of study
    • Current Interface of RPI Planner
    • Planned Additions• Flexibility is key o Multiple degree program o Number of courses/credits per semester o Number of semesters in the plan• More diversity o Current degrees to select from are very limited o Course database is not complete
    • Example Addition: Multiple Degree Programs
    • Potential Additions if Time Allows• Automated completion o Given a number of parameters, RPI Planner would create a plan fulfilling those requirements in the shortest amount of time• Fetching degree requirements and courses directly from RPI
    • Brief Schedule• June: Study RPI Planner design and code, add functionality for multiple degree programs• July: Add flexibility functionality for courses/credits per semester and number of semesters in plan, additional courses and degree programs• August: Add additional features as time allows