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Title: A virtual learning environment for introductory programming.
Authors: Allison, Ian
Orton, Paul
Powell, Heather
Keywords: Virtual learning environment
Teaching programming
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences (HEA-ICS)
Citation: ALLISON, I., ORTON, P. and POWELL, H., 2002. A virtual learning environment for introductory programming. In: Proceedings of the 3rd Conference of the LTSN-ICS. 27-29 August 2002. Loughborough: Loughborough University. Pp. 48-52.
Abstract: Teaching of initial programming is a significant pedagogical problem for computing departments. It is shown that by understanding the changing characteristics of computing students helps to identify their learning approaches and requirements. These findings are used to explain the rationale for the development and use of a virtual learning environment to support the learning of introductory programming.
ISBN: 0954192710
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