de Raadt, Michael and Dekeyser, Stijn and Lee, Tien Yu (2006) Do students SQLify?: improving learning outcomes with peer review and enhanced computer assisted assessment of querying skills. In: 6th Baltic Sea Conference on Computing Education Research - Koli Calling 2006, 9-12 Nov 2006, Koli, Finland.
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In recent years a small number of web-based tools have been proposed to help students learn to write SQL query statements and also to assess students' SQL writing skills. SQLify is a new SQL teaching and assessment tool that extends the current state-of-the-art by incorporating peer review and enhanced automatic assessment based on database theory to produce more comprehensive feedback to students. SQLify is intended to yield a richer learning experience for students and reduce marking load for instructors. In this paper SQLify is compared with existing tools and important new features are demonstrated.
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