Programmer education in Arts and Humanities course degree

Lorella Gabriele; Francesca Pietramala

In this paper, we present some results of a questionnaire research made at the Arts and Humanities Faculty nearby University of Calabria. We have investigated if, in learning a programming language, students coming from a humanistic background differ from students having a scientific one. Furthermore, we tried to verify if students experienced some learning difficulties and if a potential reason of these difficulties could be attributed to their school background.

Type of Publication: Paper
Conference: PPIG 2000 - 12th Annual Workshop
Publication Year: 2000
Paper #: 19
TitleProgrammer education in Arts and Humanities course degree
Publication TypePaper
AuthorsGabriele, L, Pietramala, F
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