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This paper describes the package EVEGA (Educational Visualization Environment for Graph Algorithms) and possible ways of incorporating it into the teaching of algorithms. The tool is freely available, platform− and network−independent, and highly interactive. The tool is designed for three different groups of users: students, instructors, and developers. Interaction with EVEGA can be achieved through the exploration of existing default visualizations, through the direct manipulation ofdoi:10.1145/377435.377497 dblp:conf/iticse/KhuriH01 fatcat:pwfgbcu3krgrjbkmj7ybqk6dqm