Learn to code for free
for secondary and higher education
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Dodona is an online exercise platform for learning to code. It wants to teach students how to program in the most meaningful and effective way possible. Dodona acts as an online co-teacher, designed to give every student access to high quality education. The focus is on automatic corrections and giving meaningful feedback on the submitted solutions from students.
Dodona is free to use for schools and thanks to your support, we would like to keep it that way! Keeping this platform up and running takes a lot of time, just as supporting hundreds of schools and thousands of students. Your support would go entirely to personnel (e.g., paid internships) that help developing new features and supporting users.
Please contact us at [email protected] for more information about this project.
How can you support us?
Thanks to the University Fund of Ghent University, you can support us in a tax-friendly manner. Donations over 40 euros come with a tax certificate, which allows you to recover 45% through your personal income tax. There are no additional charges, so we receive your donation for the full 100%.
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If you would like to donate a larger amount or wish to sponsor us (by invoice), please contact us at [email protected] and we'd be happy to look at the possibilities.
Dodona is run by a small team of researchers at Ghent University. The platform is open source and all code is available on GitHub. The hosting is provided by Ghent University. In addition, Dodona is supported by educational innovation projects from Ghent University and the Faculty of Sciences. ELIXIR Belgium also provides some funding.