Sunday, August 24, 2014

Managing Student Programming Exercises

Greetings from the opening of the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Education (ICCSE 2014) in Vancouver, where Jean Luca Bez from Universidade Regional Integrada is talking on "URI Online Judge Academic: A Tool for Algorithms and Programming Classes". This tool has the Stanford University Moss Plagiarism Detector built in and looks very useful for teaching programming.
The URI Online Judge Academic is an online tool
that assists professors in programming classes and motivates students to practice more and to go beyond the theoretical base learned in class and, as a result, helps them sharpen their logical, algorithmically and programming skills. The Academic module enables professors to manage disciplines and lists of exercises on specific programming topics in a visual and organized online environment that presents several benefits compared to the traditional method of handwritten lists. The purpose of this article is to introduce the features and the benefits available in version 3.0 of the tool.

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