Presented by:

Clifford Anderson

from Vanderbilt University

Clifford B. Anderson is Associate University Librarian for Research and Digital Strategy at the Vanderbilt University Library. He holds a secondary appointment as Professor of Religious Studies in the College of Arts & Science at Vanderbilt University and is affiliated faculty in the Comparative Media Analysis and Practice Joint-Ph.D. program. He was also an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Vanderbilt University School of Engineering.

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This lightning talk introduces a new programming course on the Coursera platform: Programming for a Networked World. This course teaches the basics of computer programming using NetsBlox, emphasizing remote procedure calls and peer-to-peer networking. The authors will succinctly discuss the origins of the course, its thematic organization, its use of Parson's problems for formative assessment, and the community its aims to serve.

5 min
Auditorium (Online)
Snap!Con 2023
Lightning Talk
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