AAAI Spring Symposium 2008 - Using AI to Motivate Greater Participation in Computer Science:
Stanford University, CA, USA Using AI to Motivate Greater Participation in Computer Science, Papers from the 2008 AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-08-08, Stanford, California, USA, March 26-28, 2008.
- John Anderson, Jacky Baltes:
Robotics and AI as a Motivator for the Attraction and Retention of Computer Science Undergraduates in Canada.
- Eric Breck, David A. Easley, K.-Y. Daisy Fan, Jon M. Kleinberg, Lillian Lee, Jennifer Wofford, Ramin Zabih:
A New Start: Innovative Introductory AI-Centered Courses at Cornell.
- Yanpei Chen, Patricia C. Fong, Jerry Hong, Deepa Mahajan, Cynthia Okita, David Eitan Poll, Alan Roytman, Ofer Sadgat, Daniel D. Garcia:
200 Students Can't Be Wrong! GamesCrafters, a Computational Game Theory Undergraduate Research and Development Group.
- Andrea Pohoreckyj Danyluk:
Artificial Intelligence for Non-Majors at Multiple Levels.
- Zachary Dodds:
Leveraging AI's Breadth in CS 1.
- V. Scott Gordon:
Experiences with Artificial Intelligence as an Undergraduate Creative Capstone Course.
- Emily Hamner, Tom Lauwers, Debra Bernstein, Illah R. Nourbakhsh, Carl F. DiSalvo:
Robot Diaries: Broadening Participation in the Computer Science Pipeline through Social Technical Exploration.
- Wayne Iba:
There's Something about AI Exercises.
- Susan P. Imberman, Sarah Zelikovitz:
Robotics as a Component of a General Education Course.
- Deepak Kumar, Douglas S. Blank, Tucker R. Balch, Keith J. O'Hara, Mark Guzdial, Stewart Tansley:
Engaging Computing Students with AI and Robotics.
- Micah Lapping-Carr, Odest Chadwicke Jenkins, Daniel H. Grollman, Jonas Schwertfeger, Theodora Hinkle:
Wiimote Interfaces for Lifelong Robot Learning.
- Todd W. Neller, Ingrid Russell, Zdravko Markov:
Throw Down an AI Challenge.
- T. M. Rao, Sandeep Mitra:
Synergizing AI and OOSE: Enhancing Interest in Computer Science through Game-Playing and Puzzle-Solving.
- Elizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, Sheila Tejada, Susan Lowes, M. Q. Azhar, Samir Chopra, Richard Jansen, Ira Rudowsky:
Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Bridge Students from High School to College.
- Milind Tambe, Anne Balsamo, Emma Bowring:
Using Science Fiction in Teaching Artificial Intelligence.
- Sheila Tejada:
AI, AIBO and ART: Inspiring Interaction with Computer Science.
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AI and Developing Socially-Engaged Computational Thinkers.
- Timothy Huang:
Restructuring the Introductory Computer Science Course with Topics from AI.
- Tom Lauwers, Illah R. Nourbakhsh:
Iterative Design of a Robot-Centered Curriculum for Introduction to Computer Science.
- Kristina Striegnitz, Valerie Barr:
Can Computers Think? An Introduction to Computer Science, Programming, and Artificial Intelligence.
- Fang Tang, Robert W. Kerbs, Gilbert S. Young:
Improving CS Student Retention with Intelligent Agents.
- Andrew B. Williams, Whitney O'Banner:
SpelBots: Using Autonomous Robotics to Inspire Women to Participate in Computer Science.
- Andrew B. Williams, David S. Touretzky, LaVonne Manning, Jessie J. Walker, Chutima Boonthum, Jeffrey Forbes, Jayfus T. Doswell:
The ARTSI Alliance: Recruiting Underrepresented Students to Computer Science and Robotics to Improve Society.