Here you can find some links that I’ve found very important in my work in diagrams. If you are interested in diagrams then you can check my research on Diagram-Based Computer Based Assessment and my diagrammatics course!
Tag Archives: Diagrams
A Course in Diagrammatics
In 2001 I’ve compiled the resources for a four-part “Diagrammatics” course. I’ve taught it few times. Sometimes as a full-blown four hours lecture but most times I just pick up the relevant bits.
Diagrams, an Introduction, zip, ppt
Diagramming in Sciences, zip, ppt
Diagramming for Software, zip, ppt
Diagramming and Object-Orientation, zip, ppt
Unified Modelling Language (UML) allows us to describe and document elements of knowledge that map well into the object oriented paradigm.
I have completed my Ph.D under the supervision of Dr.E.Foxley and Dr.C.Higgins. My thesis has the title ” A Framework for the Computer Based Assessment (CBA) of Diagram Based Coursework“. It asserts that developing free-response CBA for coursework that is solved by students drawing diagrams, is both feasible and useful. To substantiate these claims, in the almost seven years period of my phd, I’ve designed, implemented and tested DATsys, a system which significantly eases the development of automatically assessed coursework that requires diagram-based solution.