Computing without computers

Computing without computers is a gentle introduction to programming, data structures and algorithms for complete novices written by Paul Curzon of QueenMary University of London. It avoids programming notation, instead focussing on helping you understand the concepts. Everything is explained in terms of everyday things, strange links and thought-provoking metaphors in the cs4fn  ‘Computer Science for Fun’ style.

  • Learn about programming, data structures and algorithms.
  • Suitable for students and to give ideas to teachers.
  • Download the booklet: Computing without computers (Feb 2014 version).

More of our resources, including linked classroom activities can be found in our resources section.

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