A collaborative environment to learn programming

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A collaborative environment to learn programming is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Bizzarri G., Forlizzi L., Ricci F. and published in CSEDU 2012 - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education.

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Students taking their first steps in the programming world need to find resolved examples, compare their solutions to well-know problems and to understand the errors that are returned by a compiler. We have planned to create a wiki for source code and give to the students an e-learning platform that allow them to write code in a collaborative way, integrated with a technology to compile the source code written in different programming languages, to interpret errors returned by the compiler and to show them by a virtual tutor speaking in their national language and that use the natural language of everyday life. It helps to understand the errors, where they were committed and how fix them.

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