Alice 3.0: Innovations in teaching introductory computing
15th Americas Conference on Information Systems 2009, AMCIS 2009
Alice 3.0 is the latest release of the Alice programming environment developed at CMU by the late Randy Pausch. Over 200 universities use Alice to introduce object-oriented, event-driven programming to students. Alice 3.0 generates its worlds as Java code, and answers the primary criticism that earlier versions of Alice were a sealed environment and did not expose student to computer code. This workshop will guide participants in building an Alice 3.0 program, demonstrate its integration with NetBeans Java IDE, and show how Alice 3.0 code can be modified with Java code in NetBeans. Participants will receive the latest release of the software suite.
Brett Mckenzie, W., & Bennett, D. (2009). Alice 3.0: Innovations in teaching introductory computing. 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems 2009, AMCIS 2009, 1, 294-297. Retrieved from https://docs.rwu.edu/gsb_fp/121