AUTOMATIC ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS IN TEACHING PROGRAMMING COURSES AT UNIVERSITY
Keywords:Automated rating system, programming, CMS, automatic scoring, Edusoft.
The article proposes a number of automatic assessment systems to support lecturers in teaching programming courses, helping to improve training quality and reduce effort in the teaching process. The systems support the organization of the test to assess programming skills and allow candidates to take the test online via the Internet or a local area network (LAN). The system accepts candidates' work and automatically scores completely objectively on pre-built test sets, not influenced by subjective opinions or psychology of the examiner.
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