# 1. Getting started

The main entries you may consult if you want to have a first look to the catalogue are:

Some material of the global constraint catalogue may be used for teaching global constraints, namely:

Moreover additional on-line material that could also be used for teaching is:

• An online version constraint course focussing on core global constraints is available where exercises can be done interactively. It will be updated before April 2014.

• The constraint seeker allows users searching for global constraints, given positive and negative, fully instantiated examples without knowing neither the names of the constraints nor the way they arguments are organised (see the on-line help for using that tool).