A Web Based Environment for Learning to Program

@inproceedings{Truong2003AWB,
  title={A Web Based Environment for Learning to Program},
  author={Nghi Truong and Peter Bancroft and Paul Roe},
  booktitle={ACSC},
  year={2003}
}
The purpose of this paper is to describe in detail the current development status of the innovative Environment for Learning to Program (ELP) which provides an interactive web-based environment for teaching programming to the first year Information Technology students at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). ELP allows students to program at the early stages of their course without the need to familiarize themselves with a program development environment. Most importantly, it eliminates… CONTINUE READING
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