San Francisco, CA, March 02, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- CodeHS, the well-known San Francisco-based computer science platform, announced the launch of a new comprehensive coding platform for colleges and individual learners, Bool, as part of the company’s continuing effort to empower all students to meaningfully impact the future.
At the 2018 SIGCSE Technical Symposium in Maryland, CodeHS unveiled Bool to thousands of researchers and educators from around the country. Bool is a software designed to streamline the workflow for college computer science professors and students. The new software will include a course builder, code submission system, autograding tool, and more.
“Many universities and community colleges are still stuck with old systems for teaching computer science. We’re hoping to help build great tools for those teachers, professors and lecturers to streamline their workflow and give them powerful tools to manage their classes,” says Jeremy Keeshin, CEO of CodeHS.
The new platform will be available for free to colleges and individuals worldwide in fall 2018. A beta version of the platform will be available in summer 2018. To learn more and sign up to get early access to the beta version, visit bool.com or contact the Bool team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bool is a comprehensive computer science platform for universities, community colleges, and individual learners. It provides extensions tools and resources to build your own course, streamline code submission workflow, and implement accurate autograding. Visit bool.com to learn more.
CodeHS is a comprehensive teaching platform for helping schools teach computer science by providing web-based curriculum, teacher tools and resources, and professional development. There are over 500,000 students using the platform and 8,000 classrooms on CodeHS every month. Visit codehs.com to learn more.