With an eye on improving the broad interoperability of CS education tools, the Open Learning Initiative engineering team contributed to this year’s SPLICE workshop in Baltimore, an offshoot project of the Special Interest Group of Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) annual Technical Symposium. Raphael Gachuhi, Sr. Software Engineer at both OLI and CMU’s Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation, presented on “Integrating Custom CS Activities In OLI” courses.
Since 1970, SIGCSE’s Technical Symposium has been an annual opportunity for the CS educational community to collaborate on the latest technologies, methods, curricula, and other trends to help improve the field. SPLICE is an associated group of educational technology professionals who meet to discuss solutions to common problems encountered with technology that delivers CS educational experiences.
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