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CodeRunner workshop at Edinburgh UK in April

 
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CodeRunner workshop at Edinburgh UK in April
by Richard Lobb - Wednesday, 1 February 2017, 5:14 PM
 

CodeRunner Workshop

On Wednesday 12th April 2017 the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh UK will host a workshop to discuss online assessment of programming, focused around CodeRunner. Registration is at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/coderunner-workshop-registration-31329634781

Schedule

10.00 - 10.45 Richard Lobb: "CodeRunner: What, why, how?" Richard (Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Canterbury, NZ), the principal developer, will describe CodeRunner and the authoring of CodeRunner questions.

Questions/mini-break

11:00 - 11:30 Richard Lobb: "Experiences with CodeRunner in various Computer Science courses." Richard will discuss how he and colleagues at the University of Canterbury have used CodeRunner in a range of courses, teaching not only programming but also algorithms, theory of computer science and web development.

Questions/mini-break

11:45 - 12:15 Jenny Harlow: "CodeRunner: Teaching Matlab to engineers". Jenny (School of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Canterbury, NZ) will describe the use of CodeRunner in a large first-year computational maths course for engineering students.

12:30-13:30 Lunch.

13:30-16:00 Practical CodeRunner Workshop. (Will include breaks).

The morning talks will be suitable for anyone interested in online assessment of computer programming (or indeed other topics where the question author can write a program to grade student answers). The practical workshop will be designed to make sure colleagues wishing to write questions can make a practical start, with Richard Lobb and Jenny Harlow on hand to give advice and support.

The event will take place in James Clerk Maxwell Building, Room 3217 at the University of Edinburgh.

This meeting has received financial support from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh.

For more information please contact C.J.Sangwin@ed.ac.uk