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Singer, J. ; Nat. Res. Council Canada, ON, Canada ; Vigder, M.

Tools help end users develop software, but they're effective only when combined with a basic understanding of software engineering. Given this proliferation of new and old capabilities, how will end users exploit the programming possibilities available to them? Will tools to support end users be enough - or should everyone be taught some form of software engineering literacy? We believe we need a new literacy: not just reading, writing, and arithmetic, but the 3 Rs + SE. With such an education, end users will have greater success customizing environments and manipulating digital information correctly and thoughtfully.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 5 )