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CodeLab
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  • Installation

    Nothing to Install!
    CodeLab is completely web-based so there is nothing for the instructor or student to install. The engine is hosted and supported by Turing's Craft and the CodeLab runs in browsers such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari, Netscape Navigator and Mozilla. It does require the Flash plugin which generally is already installed on Windows and MacOS systems, and can be easily updated or obtained for free from Adobe. (Click here for list of supported browsers)


    Section Access Codes
    Every instructors adopting CodeLab for their course will be sent a section access code.

    This code will allow your students to register, and choose a username and password. You do NOT have to send us any information about the students: they self-register, for free.

    Once registered, students get read-only access to the entire CodeLab, and FREE access to up to 10 exercises for the first 10 days. This way your students can start doing CodeLab after the first class meeting and not have to stand in line at the bookstore or decide that they will actually take the class.

    What our students say
    "I saw a real increase in my test scores after using Turing's Craft. It broke down programming concepts into easy steps and helped me see how these concepts fit together, making my homework easier to do." Ethan A., Student, Brooklyn College. (more)

    What our instructors say
    "Our students and instructors credit the labs and the CodeLab for improved marks..." Jeremy Sills, Professor , University of Toronto

    "CodeLab has indeed proven invaluable..." Glenn Jones, Professor Medgar Evers College

    "It has helped me cover more material with better comprehension..." Marcus Darden, Professor, Olivet College


    What our students say
    "I signed up for this at the start of the semester and thought it was going to be just tedious work, however it turned out to be very helpful in understanding some of the concepts in C programming." Greg M., Student, University of Akron. (more)

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