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Case Studies

From educators, researchers, and students, to experienced software engineers and beginner programmers—see why everyone loves Codio. 
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University of California — Berkeley

Codio lets students at UC Berkeley work on complex programming projects from day one without complex technical configuration requirements.

Southern New Hampshire University

SNHU moved its courses to Codio and simultaneously eliminated setup and configuration issues.

Macomb Community College

Auto-grading and instant feedback delivers a more engaging learning experience.

Florida A&M University

Students new to programming at Florida A&M University are introduced to coding concepts and languages using Codio.

Columbia University

Codio is the key technology used to deliver Computer Science and Mathematics courses at this large Ivy League Institution—providing faculty with everything they need to deliver courses and everything students need to code.

Wright State University

Professors at WSU use Codio's virtual machine architecture and auto-grading to deliver engaging introductory programming courses to CS and non-CS majors.

Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, instructors at Bay Path Voc Tech had to find a solution for continuing students' programming instruction at home. In Codio, they found an environment that allowed them to deliver a better learning experience no matter the location.

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Kent State University

Codio helps make advanced computer science courses more and engaging accessible for undergraduate students learning Big Data.

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Instructor Feedback

Users love Codio

From educators, researchers, and students, to experienced software engineers and beginner programmers—everyone loves Codio.

Armando FoxProfessor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley
"Codio is the most effective solution I've seen for sharing a combination of textbook and complex auto-graded programming labs."
Dr. Clement AllenAssociate Professor, Florida A&M University

“This semester is the first year we decided to teach a computer programming course to non-Majors. And I immediately wanted it to be Codio. The students are already intimidated by computers and programming. So, I needed an environment that was friendly, accessible and something they can easily grasp.”

Raymond LangAssociate Professor, Xavier University of Louisiana
“An incredible platform...I’m (almost) at a loss for words right now at how smoothly this pivot away from face-to-face teaching is going for my students because of Codio.”
John HalleCornell
“Codio’s partnership approach has enabled us to be far more successful than we otherwise would have been with our online course delivery and management.”
Mark ShermanAssistant Professor of Computer Science, Emmanuel College

“There are so many little things that are making my life so much easier while using Codio. Things I wouldn’t have thought to ask for, like popping into a student’s project live. Overall this is taking less maintenance effort on my end to run the same course, and I’m so happy about that.”

Greg DelozierLecturer, Kent State University
“Codio is extremely useful as a tool for teaching computer programming courses and great as a professional prototyping and technology exploration tool. I’ve done amazing things. Codio makes it possible for students to experience exactly how they would need to work as they progress into industry.”
Eitan Grinspun, PhDAssociate Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University
"What we love about Codio is the ease of configuration for any programming scenario and the fact that we can configure it entirely ourselves. Its integrated nature, flexibility, and the fact that all students need is a browser are fantastic."
David CroftLecturer, Coventry University
“Having the instant formative feedback is really useful. And that is where Codio comes in handy. They click ‘check it’ in Codio and it goes and tests that their code meets the specifications. It sorts correctly, it searches correctly. It has the error handling and features that we are expecting. It doesn’t have memory leaks.”
Armando FoxProfessor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley
"We needed a student-facing IDE that was 'ready to go' and didn't require futzing or installation on the student's part but was sophisticated enough to handle our auto-grading demands without requiring extensive instructor time spent on dev-ops or configuration."
Mateen RizkiChair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Wright State University
“The VM technology, integrated IDE, and class monitoring tools are a killer combination. The time savings for students and faculty are huge.”
Chris HickmanProgramming & Web Development Instructor, Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School
"Now, students are finally focusing 100% on the curriculum frameworks without worrying about any technology-related issues limiting their ability to succeed in the program."
Sylvester MobleyCoded by Kids
“Some older kids see it as: ‘this could take me somewhere’. The younger kids don’t yet see it in career terms. But that’s fine, it’s about immersing them in technology; immersing them in innovation. Seeing tech become second nature: using Git, the command line. That’s when I know we’re having an impact in bringing kids into the modern world.”
Dr. Gordon FraserSenior Lecturer, Sheffield University
“Click on a student’s project and five seconds later I can compile, run and debug without having to unzip or copy and paste it into my own environment. The time I save with this feature alone justifies the Codio platform and gives me back my Sundays.”
Gwen Britton, PhDSouthern New Hampshire University
“There is tremendous potential to expand the use of Codio at SNHU. We're in the process of rebuilding all tech-related undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as moving into the data science space, and Codio can support our effective course delivery in all of these fields.”
Elizabeth JenawayMacomb Community College

I plan on revising more of my content for ITCS 1140 and start working on new content for ITCS 1170 Database Design and Implementation using SQL. I'm excited about using Codio for my database class.”

Thomas SmithHead of Computing at Caistor Grammar School
“Codio just makes the whole process simple. And that’s something all teachers are looking for.”

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