13th February - Innovating in society through education & technology

The Lifelong Learning Center (CAP) of the Aldo Moro University of Bari (UNIBA), one of the partners of INSO Project, organized a closing event under the title: "Innovating in society through education and technology: the contribution of UNIBA to the INSO project" on Wednesday 13th February 2019 at the site of the rectorate of the University. During the conference the CAP presented the results of the evaluation and monitoring of skills, the learning outcomes and assessment of the effectiveness of the training path that involved 67 students of CCST, 73 from 16 different Sudanese universities, 2 CCST lecturers and senior officials of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Sudan for 21 months.

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    In this section you'll learn some basic concepts of programming languages and how to use them. You'll also learn how to write clean code using different code editors and tools.

    • Lecture 2.1
      Working with Numbers
      35m
    • Lecture 2.2
      Tuples, Sets, and Booleans
      20m
    • Lecture 2.3
      Regular Expressions
      20m
    • Lecture 2.4
      Version Control
      30m
    • Quiz 2.1
      Function Exercises
      3 Questions
    • Quiz 2.2
      Model Forms Exercise
      3 Questions
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    In this section you'll learn some core concepts of Object Oriented Programming. You'll also learn how to structure the data, debug and handling exceptions.

    • Lecture 3.1
      17m
    • Lecture 3.2
      Control Flow
      18m
    • Lecture 3.3
      Modules and Packages
      13m
    • Quiz 3.1
      Templating Engine
      3 Questions
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    • Lecture 4.1
      Errors and Exceptions
      45m
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