Forced-Choice Personality Assessment in Organizational Human Resource Selection

  • T. Nguyen N
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Khan Academy recently announced that they will soon be teaching introductory Computer Science topics with the Processing.js language and an interactive, web-based code editor. At UNC Asheville, we have been using a similar pedagogical approach for over a year. Specifically, we have integrated Processing.js into our introductory course for non-majors by building an open-source, web-based editor which makes it easy for students to edit, save and share their Processing.js sketches. This workshop offers a hands-on introduction to Processing.js and our editor. Participants will also be given an overview of the programming module in Creative Computing, our recently re-imagined CS0 course. Curious individuals with a laptop, a modern web-browser and some basic programming experience are welcome.




T. Nguyen, N. (2014). Forced-Choice Personality Assessment in Organizational Human Resource Selection. Journal of Entrepreneurship & Organization Management, 03(01).

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