4. ACSE 2000:
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Ainslie E. Ellis (Ed.):
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE 4th Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education, ACSE 2000, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2000.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 8 ACM 2000, ISBN 1-58113-271-9
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- David Abramson, Gordon S. Lowe, Peter Atkinson:
Are you interested in computers and electronics?
- Sandy Barker, Ann Monday:
Business students in information systems: wizards or apprentices?
- Roger Box, Michael Whitelaw:
Experiences when migrating from structured analysis to object-oriented modelling.
- Kay Bryant:
Teaching a first-level programming course to management students: a flexible approach.
- Angela Carbone, John Hurst, Ian Mitchell, Dick Gunstone:
Principles for designing programming exercises to minimise poor learning behaviours in students.
- Michael E. Caspersen, Henrik Bærbak Christensen:
Here, there and everywhere - on the recurring use of turtle graphics in CS1.
- Voon-Li Chung:
Student participation in computer science tutorials: why are their shoes so interesting?
- Chris Cope:
Educationally critical aspects of a deep understanding of the concept of an information system.
- Lew Della, David Clark:
Teaching object-oriented development with emphasis on pattern application.
- Michael Docherty, Peter Sutton, Margot Brereton, Simon M. Kaplan, Allison Brown:
The information environments program - a new design based IT degree.
- Wendy Doube:
The impact on student performance of a change of language in successive introductory computer programming subjects.
- Roger Duke, Eric Salzman, Jay Burmeister, Josiah Poon, Leesa Murray:
Teaching programming to beginners - choosing the language is just the first step.
- Abdulmotaleb El-Saddik, Amir Ghavam, Stephan Fischer, Ralf Steinmetz:
Metadata for smart multimedia learning objects.
- Ken Eustace, Lyn Hay:
A community and knowledge building model in computer education.
- Mark Evered, Gisela Menger:
Using and teaching information hiding in single-semester software engineering projects.
- Chris Exton, Michael Kölling:
Concurrency, objects and visualisation.
- Christabel Gonsalvez, Martin Atchison:
Implementing studios for experiential learning.
- John Hamer, Adriana Ferraro:
The versatile list: a pathway to abstraction.
- Paul Hawking, Brendan McCarthy:
Industry collaboration: a practical approach for ERP education.
- Igor Hawryszkiewycz:
Creating and supporting learning environments.
- Elizabeth Haywood, Jane Madden:
Computer technology students - what skills do they really need?
- Darren James, Jane Hunter:
A streamlined system for building online presentation archives using SMIL.
- Edward L. Jones:
Software testing in the computer science curriculum -- a holistic approach.
- Raymond Lister:
On blooming first year programming, and its blooming assessment.
- Gordon S. Lowe:
Preparing students for the workforce.
- Cara MacNish:
Evolutionary programming techniques for testing students' code.
- Peter Gordon McDonald:
Using algorithm animations to assist teaching state space search: an empirical evaluation.
- John Messing, Sebastian Abeck, Jodok Batlogg, Dirk Feuerhelm, Oliver Mehl:
A CANDLE to light the way?
- Matthew Mitchell, Judy Sheard, Selby Markham:
Student motivation and positive impressions of computing subjects.
- Josiah Poon:
Java meets teletubbies: an interaction between program codes and physical props.
- M. V. Ramakrishna:
A learning by doing model for teaching advanced databases.
- Anna Sandström, Mats Daniels:
Time studies as a tool for (computer science) education research.
- C. Simon, Peter Summons:
Automated testing of databases and spreadsheets - the long and the short of it.
- Andrew Stein, Annemieke Craig:
The dot.com generation: IT practices & skills of transition students (2000).
- Kevin G. Suffern:
Effective instructional animation in 3D computer graphics education.
- Juhani Tuovinen:
Optimising student cognitive load in computer education.
- Paul Worthington:
Technology support for authentic assessment in the new millennia: a case study on implementing digital portfolios.
- Yonglei Tao:
Teaching software tools via design patterns.
- Kevin J. Austin:
Puzzles (poster session): a tool for teaching knowledge based systems.
- Ilona Box:
Engaging students in information systems development - a detailed account of first encounters (poster session).
- Kathy Lynch, Angela Carbone, Peter Jamieson, David Arnott:
Adopting a studio-based education approach into information technology (poster session).
- Krisztián Monostori, Arkady B. Zaslavsky, Heinz W. Schmidt:
Digital documents in educational environment (poster session): misuse, appropriation and detection issues.
- Alan Wheeldon, Jim Reye:
Classical planning in an intelligent tutoring system (poster session).
- Margot Postema, Jan Miller, Martin Dick:
Teaching software evolution practice (poster session).