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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Using "Alice" to Get Started Learning Programming

A big part of the legacy of Randy Pausch is his work with several colleagues on Alice, a 3D programming environment that teachers can use to introduce students to object-oriented programming concepts.

Alice makes it easy for students to create animations — both stories and simple interactive games. If the student wishes, an animation can be converted to a video, which can then be shared on the Web.

The video below provides an introduction to Alice. You can find more detail at www.alice.org.

Alice is an open source program available for free from Carnegie Mellon.


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