Accessible CS Education through Evidence-based Programming Languages with Andreas Stefik

April 13 2020 · By Jared O'Leary

In this interview with Andreas Stefik, we discuss the importance of using evidence-based programming languages, problems with the lack of replication in CS education scholarship and academia in general, the importance of designing for accessibility and disabilities, lessons learned designing Quorum (an accessible programming language and platform), and much more.

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