2001 Computer Science
DOI: 10.1111/hea.12037_29 SemanticScholar ID: 202771224 MAG: 2970351312

Information Technology

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IT 123 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL REASONING | 4 quarter hours (Undergraduate) This course enables students to develop computational reasoning skills vital for success across multiple disciplines. Students will apply those skills to analyze and design solutions to problems or to express creative concepts. Students will also use computational tools to manipulate, analyze and visualize data. Topics include the representation of data, the design and understanding of algorithms, programming, and the use of abstraction in designing and analyzing computational solutions.

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Prof. Stephen Gorard

University of Durham - Professor in the School of Education

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