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VL/HCC 2020
Tue 11 - Fri 14 August 2020 Dunedin, New Zealand
Caitlin Kelleher

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Name: Caitlin Kelleher

Bio: Caitlin Kelleher is a researcher in Human-Computer Interaction and focuses on designing new kinds of programming environments and languages that democratize programming. Recently, her research group has focused on supporting children learning to program independently. This research has resulted in new kinds of support for tutorials, code execution history exploration tools, and robust support for reusing code from unfamiliar programs. Additionally, her group has explored how to support learning from code puzzles and the kinds of learning decisions young novices make in open ended contexts. The results of this research are shared through the Looking Glass programming environment, available at lookingglass.wustl.edu.

Country: United States

Affiliation: Washington University in St. Louis

Contributions

VL/HCC 2020 Poster: Towards Understanding Novice Behaviors and Mental Effort in Code Puzzles
Using Bugs in Student Code to Predict Need for Help
Exploring Programmers’ API Learning Processes: Collecting Web Resources as External Memory
Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
Conference Closing
Session Chair of Supporting Learning by Novice Programmers (part of Research Papers)
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