[This post is just a follow-up of an earlier message on caml-list, intended to reach more learn-ocaml instructors, so you can ignore this one if you already replied!]
The OCaml Software Foundation is developing the teaching platform Learn-OCaml that provides auto-graded exercises for OCaml, and was initially authored by OCamlPro for the OCaml MOOC: https://ocaml-sf.org/learn-ocaml.
The platform is free software and easy to deploy; this is great, but as a result we keep learning of users/deployments that we had no idea of. We would be interested in having a better view of our user-base.
If you use Learn-OCaml as a teacher, could you fill this Evento survey to let us know?
(the survey will be closed on 2022-02-07)
→ It contains these questions:
- Where are you using Learn-OCaml? (in which university (a specific course?), which company, online community or…?)
- Would you like to see your university/company added in github.com/ocaml-sf/learn-ocaml-places?
- How many students/learners use your deployment in a year?
And just to recall, a few links:
- For an example of Learn-OCaml instance, see https://discuss.ocaml.org/t/interesting-ocaml-exercises-from-francois-pottier-available-online/7050
- Last October we had a 0.13.0 release with several new features: https://discuss.ocaml.org/t/ann-release-of-ocaml-sf-learn-ocaml-0-13-0/8577
- For any question related to Learn-OCaml, feel free to create a discussion topic on https://discuss.ocaml.org, category
learn-ocaml(similarly to this discussion topic! )
- And if need be, opening an issue in https://github.com/ocaml-sf/learn-ocaml/issues is of course warmly welcome as well.