A web-based system to support Java programming learning



The difficulties felt by students and teachers in programming learning in higher education led to the development of ELJT, a tool that has as main objectives to support the work of both the student and the teacher of programming classes giving the former an easy possibility for extra training. In ELJT students can submit solutions to problems proposed by teachers in the form of Java computer programs. They can also test the solutions and get feedback from the system in several ways. Teachers besides providing extra problems for students can monitor their evolution.


Computer Science Education

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CompSysTech' 2005 - International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies, June 2005

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Year 2011 : 2 citations

 Adair, D., Jaeger, M. e Stegen, J., Comparison of Two Approaches when Teaching Object-Orientated Programming to Novices. International Journal of Engineering Education, 27(5) pp. 1027-1036, 2011.

 Radosevic, D. e Orehovacki, T., An analysis of novice compilation behavior using Verificator. In Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, pp. 325-330, Dubrovnik, Croácia, Junho de 2011.

Year 2009 : 1 citations

 Yan, L., A programming learning environment for multiple languages. Dissertação de Mestrado, Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2009.