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Computer Science Department Colloquium

The Development of Software Tools for the Successful Teaching and Learning of Java

 

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015, 04:30pm

 

Dr. Kölling leads the Programming Tools group within the Computing Education research group where he works with others - staff members and PhD students - on developing software tools for the teaching and learning of programming. BlueJ and Greenfoot are part of that work. He will give an overview of his work and will enthusiastically entertain questions and comments from the audience. Snacks will be provided!

BlueJ (www.BlueJ.org) is a free Java Development Environment and used by millions worldwide. Greenfoot (www.Greenfoot.org) is a combination between a framework for creating two-dimensional grid assignments in Java and an IDE. Greenfoot teaches object orientation with Java.

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Email for questions:

fran.trees@cs.rutgers.edu

Speaker: Dr. Michael Kölling

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Location : CoRE Lecture Hall (Room 101)

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Fran Trees

Event Type: Computer Science Department Colloquium

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University of Kent