Over the past 6 months, I've made a big commitment to LiveCode for both my own development work and in my teaching. During the fall (August-December) 2012 semester, I introduced LiveCode to my students in EDIT 6190 (Design and Development Tools) at the University of Georgia. This course is part of our studio curriculum. I also designed and delivered my first LiveCode workshop at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) in Louisville.
Given my commitment to learning LiveCode, I thought this would make a fine topic for a blog. I have no other ambition here other than to learn LiveCode and to share what I've learned. But if others learn something too, then all the better. I also hope those with more skill than I will share their expertise with me.
My design focus is on creating interactive software for education. To me, this means designing educational games, simulations, and microworlds. However, discussion of other software designs will not be not off limits here.