2. ACSE 1997:
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Harald Søndergaard, A. John Hurst (Eds.):
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE 2nd Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education, ACSE 1997, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1997.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 2 ACM 1997, ISBN 0-89791-958-0
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- Janet Verblya:
The web with relevance.
- Wayne Brookes, Jadwiga Indulska:
Teaching internet literacy to a large and diverse audience.
- Chris R. Jesshope:
Web based teaching: a minimalist approach.
- Michael Houle, Simon:
Social and ethical education in computing using virtual environments.
- Piyush Maheshwari:
Teaching programming paradigms and languages for qualitative learning.
- Anders Berglund, Mats Daniels, Vicki L. Almstrum:
A smorgasbord of pedagogical dishes.
- Tony Greening:
Paradigms for educational research in computer science.
- Richard J. Whiddett, Jocelyn A. Handy, J. L. Pastor:
Integrating case studies and projects in IS management education.
- David A. Carrington:
Teaching software testing.
- Roger Duke:
In search of the inverse curriculum.
- Robert Biddle, Ewan D. Tempero:
Explaining issues in software reusability via an audio system analogy.
- Linda Stern, Leon Sterling:
Teaching AI algorithms using animations reinforced by interactive exercises.
- Ann E. Nicholson, K. M. Fraser:
Methodologies for teaching new programming languages: a case study teaching LISP.
- G. Joy Teague:
A structured review of reasons for the underrepresentation of women in computing.
- Shereef Abu Al-Maati, William D. Shoaff:
Integrating literate programming and cleanroom software engineering to teach software engineering skills.
- Andy Cockburn, Neville Churcher:
Towards literate tools for novice programmers.
- Andrew Hussey, David Leadbetter, Helen C. Purchase:
Learning object-oriented programming in six hours: an experience with school students.
- Helen C. Purchase, Andrew Hussey, Wayne Brookes, David Leadbetter:
Fostering interest in information technology: running a vacation school for pre-University students.
- Michael Turk:
Introducing object orientation to experienced procedural programmers.
- Angela Carbone:
A first year advanced students' project scheme.
- Binh Pham:
The changing curriculum of computing and information technology in Australia.
- Richard Buckland:
Can we improve teaching in computer science by looking at how English Is Taugh?
- Neville Churcher, Andy Cockburn:
An immersion model for software engineering projects.
- John C. Grundy:
A comparative analysis of design principles for project-based IT courses.
- Peter Summons, Jo Coldwell, Christine Bruff, Frans Henskens:
Automated assessment and marking of spreadsheet concepts.
- Kathryn Crawford, Alan Fekete:
What do exam results really measure?
- Lawrence Cavedon, James Harland, Lin Padgham:
Problem based learning with technological support in an AI subject: description and evaluation.
- Tony Greening, Judy Kay, Jeffrey H. Kingston, Kathryn Crawford:
Results of a PBL trial in first-year computer science.
- Allan G. Bromley:
Hardware experiments with CISC and RISC computer architectures.
- John Rosenberg, Michael Kölling:
I/O considered harmful (at least for the first few weeks).
- R. Kearns, Stephen Shead, Alan Fekete:
A teaching system for SQL.