The cs4fn magazine is a magazine on the fun side of all things to do with computer science. The authors write up computing research in a fun and accessible way that puts across their enthusiasm for the subject. Unplugged computing, computational thinking and practical applications of computers in many areas are included. This collection is ideal for helping students contextualise their learning in computing / computer science, and helping them grasp the big concepts.
This issue of Computer Science for Fun focuses on creative computing. Can a machine even ever be truly creative? After all they are just blindly following their programs. Surely that isn’t what creativity is about! But what do we really mean by creativity? We need to decide if we are to write programs that are...
|Subject(s)||Computing, Computer Systems, Creating Media, Programming, Safety & Security, Design & Development, Computer Networks, Algorithmic Thinking, Data & Information|
|Tags||Algorithmic Thinking, Creating Media, Computer Networks, Computer Systems, Data & Information, Impact of technology, programming, Safety & Security|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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