Every time you use the Codio platform, you are using a cloud instance of the Linux operating system. Understanding how to manipulate the command line interface will unlock a powerful new way to interact with Codio.
Students receive immediate, rich feedback. There are a wide variety of questions — all of which are auto-graded, giving students a sense of their understanding of the material right after they are introduced to it and as they attempt harder and harder problems.
Linux Command Line Interface emphasizes students applying and exploring the information presented. Students have access to terminal so they can see for themselves how to interact with Linux. In addition, the content provides code snippets to get students started as well as suggested avenues for investigation.
Linux Command Line Interface reflects the need for computer science education to meet students where they are. Like any specialized community, computer science has its own jargon. The formal teaching of computer science should not burden students with the assumption that they are fluent in this special language. The material is presented in smaller units that are more manageable for the students. The same vocabulary and concepts are covered, but in a more approachable way — state things as plainly as possible, and, when appropriate, use images, tables, or lists.