Ralph A. Morelli

 

 


 

Ralph Morelli is a professor of computer science at Trinity College. He is currently the Principal Investigator of the Mobile CSP project, an NSF-funded effort to train high school teachers in Connecticut and elsewhere to teach the emerging Advanced Placement CS Principles course that is being created by the College Board. The main goal of this NSF initiative is to increase access to computer science among underrepresented groups, including girls, African Americans, and Hispanic Americans. Morelli spent the 2012-13 academic year working on the App Inventor development team at the MIT Center for Mobile Learning.




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This course introduces basic principles of computer science by designing and building mobile apps in App Inventor for Android. Learn to use the open development tool, App Inventor, to program on Android devices. You will learn how to design and build mobile apps -- apps that are aware of their location, send and receive text messages, and give advice and directions. The only limit on the types of apps you will learn to build is your own imagination!

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