Computer Programming for Computational Linguistics
This web page is for the introduction to Computer Programming course of the Masters in Computational Linguistics, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. Module 1 (90 hours) is by Rosella Gennari.
For this course, each student needs to have an Internet connection and his/her own computer with the TEAMS application installed.
The course on Teams is named "Computer Programming at Applied Linguistics". First-year students of the Master's in Applied Linguistics only need to connect to TEAMS with their unibz student account to access the course.
In particular, all material of the course is
organised in classes in Teams so as to faciliated self-study as best
as possible—however, mind that programming is best learnt
by practicing it step by step, e.g., reading of programming is not sufficient
to master programming.
Classes and their material can be of type: (1) frontal lectures; (2) laboratories with challenges (e.g., quizzes or programming problems); (3) workshops with projects.
All material for the course is accessible via Teams upon registration. Kindly, notice that the course learning material changes every academic year.