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Title: Avaluació de projectes Snap! via web mitjançant SnapTools
Author: Arnau Ros, Carlos Cristian
Director: Caballé Llobet, Santi  
Tutor: Robles Martínez, Gregorio
Keywords: SnapTools
computational learning
web development
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Although there are online platforms that allow for the improvement of computer learning skills, none of them offer native feedback on the quality of their users' projects. This fact has triggered the emergence of external platforms capable of importing and processing these types of projects to evaluate them in different categories. The benefit for the users is that they provide a way to check the validity of the programming, facilitate the learning of their own errors and improve the computational thinking. This final degree work has been focused on the creation of a web portal where users can evaluate Snap! platform projects, filling the gap that exists at present since there is no online utility that offers this service. This platform scans the project and obtains a score for each of the six areas evaluated (logic, data representation, parallelism, synchronization, user interactivity and flow control), showing a page to the user with the result obtained in the tests, where he can also see how he has to improve to obtain a higher score. For its elaboration, a cascade methodology was followed, where many of the knowledge learned during the course of the degree was applied and put into practice, with a special mention to the contents of the software itinerary. The result has been the publication of an online platform available through the Internet, where users can register and evaluate any project of the Snap! platform, getting feedback in different areas of computer learning.
Language: Catalan
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