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An integrated programming environment for undergraduate computing courses

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C. B. Price ; Comput. Div., Univ. Coll. Worcester, UK

The Computing Division of the Business School at University College Worcester provides computing and information technology education to a range of undergraduate students. Topics include various approaches to programming, artificial intelligence, operating systems and digital technologies. Each of these has its own potentially conflicting requirements for a pedagogically sound programming environment. This paper describes an endeavor to develop a common programming paradigm across all topics. This involves the combined use of autonomous robots and Java simulations.

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Information Technology: Research and Education, 2004. ITRE 2004. 2nd International Conference on

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28 June-1 July 2004