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A lack of resources exists outside of the classroom to aid students in the understanding of the basic fundamental topics. One of the Projects developed at CGS is the Combinational Logic Design Tool which allows students the ability to gauge their own progress in their classes and allow them to be self as well as lifelong learners. CLDT is designed to work with the students' base knowledge and through practice improve this knowledge and expand it. CLDT generates random problem statements for students to practice on. It also assesses the student's response "Just In Time (JIT)". No purely assessment tools exist in the area of digital logic design and hence CLDT is expected to fill a large void in terms of online assessment/practice tools. 

The project was partially funded by the National Science Foundation (DUE-0737242).