Undergraduate Computer Science Demonstrating

The Stylish Green Demonstrator Tee

I don’t think this would win any prizes at London Fashion Week

One of the cool things I’ve been doing alongside my own studying this year is helping other students, in Years 1 and 2, in my role as a lab demonstrator. A lab demonstrator is there to help students resolve any issues, technical or administrative, they may face during their mandatory lab sessions.

In semester one I was a demonstrator for the 2nd year “2D Computer Graphics and User Interface Design” module, which I took last year. This year they made an animated Christmas Card featuring falling snow and Santa flying in his slay.

Now, during semester two, I am a demonstrator for 1st year “Programming 2” module in which students learn Object Oriented Programming, Windows Presentation Foundation and other fun things such as Exception Handling.

Demonstrating has been a great way to earn a little bit of money whilst talking to people about the subject I love, and every demonstrator gets the funky green tee-shirt you can see above to wear whilst we work. I would recommend it to anyone who is offered the chance to do it. 🙂

Danny

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One response to “Undergraduate Computer Science Demonstrating”

  1. Jon says :

    Couldn’t agree more! I loved doing this for 3D Graphics on my third year. Don’t forget that it looks great on a CV and sounds good in an interview too

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