• Manvers Street, Virgil Building, University of Bath

    BA1 1JW Bath

    UK United Kingdom

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Institute of Coding (IoC), a consortium of universities and employers, with a mission to develop the next generation of digital talent at degree level and above. The IoC will bring together the worlds of academia and industry with a remit to spread digital skills across the UK. The IoC organisation will work specifically to develop specialist skills training in areas of strategic importance and boost equality and diversity in digital education and careers. This will be delivered through degrees, degree apprenticeships, short courses, continuing professional development, innovative learning facilities and other outreach activities.

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programming Social Sciences
programming language Social Sciences
computer science Social Sciences
university Social Sciences
language Social Sciences
Teaching Social Sciences
New Zealand Social Sciences
employability Social Sciences

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Research Output 2016 2019

The Institute of Coding: Addressing the UK Digital Skills Crisis

Davenport, J., Hourizi, R., Hayes, A. & Crick, T., 2019, Computing Education Practice '19. Association for Computing Machinery

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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Fast matrix operations in computer algebra

Tonks, Z., Sankaran, G. & Davenport, J. H., 9 Nov 2018, Proceedings - 2017 19th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing, SYNASC 2017. Ida, T., Jebelean, T., Petcu, D., Watt, S. M., Negru, V. & Zaharie, D. (eds.). IEEE, p. 67-70 4 p. 8531267

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Language Choice in Introductory Programming Courses at Australasian and UK Universities

Simon, Mason, R., Crick, T., Davenport, J. & Murphy, E., 24 Feb 2018, p. 852-857. 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

programming
programming language
language