“An Open-Source CVE for Programming Education: A Case Study” by Egert, Parks and Bierre

  • ©Christopher Egert, David Parks, and Kevin Bierre



Entry Number: 20


    An Open-Source CVE for Programming Education: A Case Study

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    Familiarity with OpenGL and/or another graphics APIs. Familiarity with graphics and programming education.

    Intended Audience
    Educators who are teaching computer programming and/or computer graphics, and anyone interested in seeing a multi-user system that doubles as a CVE and a fully capable development environment.

    The Multi-User Programming Pedagogy for Enhancing Traditional Study (M.U.P.P.E.T.S.) system (a fully featured collaborative virtual environment) has been in development at Rochester Institute of Technology for several years. This course describes how the system was built and how it is used in the classroom for programming and graphics education, as well as how Open Source has affected the system, its development, and its deployment.


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