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Title: Benefit of multiple sessions of perilesional repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for an effective rehabilitation of visuospatial function
Author: Mor Pera, Enric  
Santanach Delisau, Francesc  
Tesconi, Susanna
Casado Martínez, Carlos  
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Estudis d'Informàtica, Multimèdia i Telecomunicació
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. eLearn Center (eLC)
Keywords: learning to code
learning labs
learning tools
conversation-based interaction
dialogue-based interfaces
interaction design
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Citation: Mor, E., Santanach, F., Tesconi, S. & Casado, C. (2018). Next generation conversation-based learning tool for learning to code. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). ISBN 9788409008292
Series/Report no.: Next Generation Student Success Symposium, Barcelona, Espanya, 19-21 juny 2018
Abstract: Learning to code can be considered as one of the most representative examples of learning by doing. Programming is a skill and learning skills requires practice. Online teaching and learning depend on tools that allow students practice and teachers to monitor student progress and provide feedback. In this work, the design and architecture of an educational tool for learning to code are presented. The CodeLab tool is based on skill practice and assessment and is targeted for non-STEM students to develop computational thinking and programming competences. The tool is designed to provide an educational lab experience based on activities to practice through a conversational interface.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/85845
ISBN: 9788409008292
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