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Jeannette Wing Lecture - "Computational Thinking"

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Published on Apr 16, 2012

"Computational thinking is a fundamental skill used by everyone in the world, and should be incorporated into educational programs along with reading, writing and arithmetic to grow every child's analytical ability." - Jeannette M. Wing, the President's Professor of Computer Science and head of the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon

Wing, an internationally recognized leader and expert in computer science, was discussing her global vision and what she sees as important in the 21st century in front of a crowded audience of students, academics, alumni and other VIP guests on Tuesday at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. In her lecture titled "Computational Thinking", she emphasized the importance of computational thinking and its positive impact on future generations.

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