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TFPIE encourages its participants to present and discuss each other's educational material. Below you will find the draft papers and additional material provided by the participants of TFPIE 2014 as soon as they are available.
 
TFPIE encourages its participants to present and discuss each other's educational material. Below you will find the draft papers and additional material provided by the participants of TFPIE 2014 as soon as they are available.
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=== Invited Speaker ===
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It is our pleasure that [http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~jeuri101/homepage/ Johan Jeuring] has accepted our invitation to give an invited talk! Johan Jeuring is professor of Software Technology for Learning and Teaching at Utrecht University (Institute of Information and Computing Sciences) and professor of Software Technology at the Open University (School of Computer Science). The subject of his presentation is: Automatic tutoring and assessing functional programs.

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TFPIE 2014

TFPIE 2014 is the third International Workshop on Trends in Functional Programming in Education. It is co-located with TFP 2014 which is held in Soesterberg, at the 'Kontakt der Kontinenten' hotel in The Netherlands. For more information, consult the current home page of TFPIE 2014.

Contributions

TFPIE encourages its participants to present and discuss each other's educational material. Below you will find the draft papers and additional material provided by the participants of TFPIE 2014 as soon as they are available.

Invited Speaker

It is our pleasure that Johan Jeuring has accepted our invitation to give an invited talk! Johan Jeuring is professor of Software Technology for Learning and Teaching at Utrecht University (Institute of Information and Computing Sciences) and professor of Software Technology at the Open University (School of Computer Science). The subject of his presentation is: Automatic tutoring and assessing functional programs.