Medgar Evers College, City University of New York
1650 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn,
NY, 11225


This Thursday, October 11, 6:00 - 7:40 PM in Room: B-2014, Dr. David Arnow, co-founder of TuringsCraft, Inc., the creators of CodeLab, will come to MEC and give a workshop on the uses of CodeLab for both students and faculty.


    CodeLab is the web-based interactive programming exercise system for introductory programming classes.  CodeLab exercises are short, focused on a particular topic and automatically evaluated. The exercises range from "one-liners" like a variable declaration or an assignment statement to more complex problems involving loops, functions or methods or even small class definitions.


    Prof. Arnow will first talk to students from 6:00 - 6:30 PM.  Afterwards, students will visit the open lab and practice CodeLab exercises.  The 6:30 - 7:40 PM session is reserved for faculty.  In this second session, Prof. Arnow will cover faculty-specific features of CodeLab.


To get the most from this CodeLab Workshop, attendees should REGISTER, LOGIN, and complete the 15 QUICKSTART exercises.


Remember, please, to arrive on time for your respective CodeLab Session:


       Student Session: 6:00 -  6:30 PM B-2014 (Then students practice in the open lab 6:30 - 7:40 PM)

       Faculty Session:  6:30 -  7:40 PM B-2014 (This session for CS 151 & CS 244 In-class VTEA Tutors, and Faculty)