ALVIS



Funding source:
NSF CAREER (no. 0133212 & 0406485), NSF DUE (no. 0530708), NSF CPATH Class I (no. 0721927)

Project team:
Jon Brown, Sean Farley, Cole Nevins, Chris Hundhausen

Overview:


ALVIS is a novice programming environment with a rich design evolution. Originally targeted for use in a third-year undergraduate algorithms course, ALVIS has since been redesigned specifically for introductory programming students. The modern version of ALVIS (“ALVIS Live!”) supports two key innovations: (a) a dual-representation direct manipulation programming environment; and (b) up-to-the-keystroke semantic feedback in the form of visualizations of program variables and data structures.

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