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Arnold K. Pizer - WeBWorK use in Computer Science

Arnold K. Pizer - WeBWorK use in Computer Science

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userArnold K. Pizer - WeBWorK use in Computer Science  blueArrow
9/14/2006; 2:56:35 PM (reads: 1385, responses: 0)
WeBWorK use in Computer Science
The NSF supported project

Adapting and Extending WeBWorK for Use in the Computer Science Curriculum

is a collaborative research project centered at Cornell College and Pace University New York Campus. See Cornell College grant and Pace University grant

The project team consists of Andy Wildenberg (Cornell) and Christelle Scharff, Olly Gotel and Richard Kline (Pace)

This project is adapting and extending materials from NSF-funded projects on the WeBWorK web-based assessment system, initially developed at the University of Rochester, to supplement and enhance the core computer science courses that cover the topics that are collectively known as Programming Fundamentals (i.e. fundamental programming constructs, algorithms and problem-solving, elementary data structures, recursion and event-driven programming).

The project team is in the process of creating a web page. The URL is:
Posted by Arnold K. Pizer on 9/14/06; 2:57:39 PM
from the dept.


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