ProgSnap2 is a proposed specification for datasets containing programming process data—i.e., data captured from programming activity (typically in an educational setting.) The specification is not complete, but is approaching a point where data can be exported and analyses can be performed. See the Current draft section below.
Please join us! If you have
- captured programming process data that you would be interested in sharing,
- ideas for interesting analyses to perform on captured programming process data,
- ideas for CS education research projects that would benefit from data collected from multiple institutions/contexts
or any combination of the above, then we would like to work with you! The first step is to contact David Hovemeyer to ask for access to our Google group and shared Google drive folder.
We presented an update on the working group's activities at the 2019 SIGCSE workshop. We had two presentations:
ProgSnap2 borrows heavily from the DATASTAND Group Notes document created by John Stamper, Stephen Edwards, Andrew Petersen, Thomas Price, and Ian Utting at ICER 2017.