5. ITiCSE 2000:
Helsinki, Finland Jorma Tarhio, Sally Fincher, Daniel Joyce (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 5th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2000, Helsinki, Finland, June 11-13, 2000.
ACM 2000, ISBN 1-58113-207-7
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- Hongchi Shi, Yi Shang, Su-Shing Chen:
A multi-agent system for computer science education.
- Fintan Culwin:
Lecturelets: web based Java enabled lectures.
- Amruth Kumar:
Dynamically generating problems on static scope.
- Daniel Nelson, Yau Man Ng:
Teaching computer networking using open source software.
- Andrew P. Bernat, Patricia J. Teller, Ann Q. Gates, Nellie Delgado:
Structuring the student research experience.
- Yifat Ben-David Kolikant, Mordechai Ben-Ari, Sarah Pollack:
The anthropology semaphores.
- Dianne Hagan, Selby Markham:
Does it help to have some programming experience before beginning a computing degree program?
- Bunny J. Tjaden, Brett C. Tjaden:
A worldwide, web-based study of the attitudes of college freshmen toward computing.
- Chris Exton:
Elucidate: a tool to aid comprehension of concurrent object oriented execution.
- Guido Rößling, Markus Schüer, Bernd Freisleben:
The ANIMAL algorithm animation tool.
- Wanda Dann, Stephen Cooper, Randy Pausch:
Making the connection: programming with animated small world.
- Mirko Raner:
Teaching object-orientation with the Object Visualization and Annotation Language (OVAL).
- Martin Dick, Margot Postema, Jan Miller:
Teaching tools for software engineering education.
- Thomas B. Hilburn:
Teams need a process!
- Maurice Abi-Raad:
Systems analysis with attitude!
- Xristine Faulkner, Fintan Culwin:
Enter the usability engineer: integrating HCI and software engineering.
- Kurt Nørmark:
A suite of WWW-based tools for advanced course management.
- Kuo-Liang Ou, Gwo-Dong Chen, Chen-Chung Liu, Baw-Jhiune Liu:
Instructional instruments for Web group learning systems: the grouping, intervention, and strategy.
- Sami Khuri, Hsiu-Chin Hsu:
Interactive packages for learning image compression algorithms.
- Frank Klassner:
Can Web development courses avoid obsolescence?
- David Ginat:
Colorful examples for elaborating exploration of regularities in high-school CS1.
- Debora Weber-Wulff:
Combating the code warrior: a different sort of programming instruction.
- Andreas Zeller:
Making students read and review code.
- Tony Greening:
Students seen flocking in programming assignments.
- Herman Koppleman, Charles van der Mast, Elisabeth M. A. G. van Dijk, Gerrit C. van der Veer:
Team projects in distance education: a case in HCI design.
- J. Mark Pullen:
The Internet-based lecture: converging teaching and technology.
- Joakim von Wright:
Distance tutorials in a systems design course.
- John Rosbottom, Jonathan Crellin, Dave Fysh:
A generic model for on-line learning.
- Peter Chalk:
Apprenticeship learning of software engineering using Webworlds.
- Anne Morgan Spalter, Rosemary Michelle Simpson:
Integrating interactive computer-based learning experiences into established curricula: a case study.
- Yi Shang, Hongchi Shi, Su-Shing Chen:
Agent technology in computer science and engineering curriculum.
- Steve Carr, Ching-Kuang Shene:
A portable class library for teaching multithreaded programming.
- Mary Z. Last, Mats Daniels, Vicki L. Almstrum, Carl Erickson, Bruce J. Klein:
An international student/faculty collaboration: the Runestone project.
- Charles Kelemen, Allen B. Tucker, Peter Henderson, Owen L. Astrachan, Kim B. Bruce:
Has our curriculum become math-phobic? (an American perspective).
- Congxin Wu, Bokan Zhang:
Embedding problem of noncompact fuzzy number space E~ (II).
- J. R. Davy, K. Audin, M. Barkham, C. Joyner:
Student well-being in a computing department.
- Stanislaw P. Maj, D. Veal, P. Charlesworth:
Is computer technology taught upside down?
- Elizabeth Odekirk, Dominic Jones, Peter Jensen:
Three semesters of CSO using Java: assignments and experiences.
- Barry S. Fagin:
Using Ada-based robotics to teach computer science.
- Hoda Mohammed Hosny, Osama Mabrouk Khaled, M. E. Fathalla:
ILE: a Java-based environment for CS courses.
- Jeff Raab, Richard Rasala, Viera K. Proulx:
Pedagogical power tools for teaching Java.
- Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi:
Algorithm simulation with automatic assessment.
- David Jackson:
A semi-automated approach to online assessment.
- John English, Phil Siviter:
Experience with an automatically assessed course.
- Tony Greening, Glenn Stevens, David Stratton:
A case for data-driven testing.
- Erkki Sutinen:
Future challenges in program visualization (panel session).
- Bruce J. Klein, Mats Daniels, Dianne Hagan, Anders Berglund, Annegret Goold, Mary Z. Last, Tony Clear, Erkki Sutinen:
Teaching inter-institutional courses (panel session): sharing challenges and resources.
- Robert Boyle:
Do it themselves.
- Ainslie Ellis:
Toolbook multimedia demonstrations for Java programming.
- Jill Gerhardt-Powals:
Have a great lab without needing roller skates.
- Mike Hobbs:
Email groups for learning and assessment.
- Mark A. Holliday:
A kernel-based synchronization assignment for the operating systems course.
- João Paulo Barros, Rui Pais:
A versatile assignment in CS 2(poster session): a file compression utility based on the Huffman code.
- Jay Martin Anderson:
Algorithm visualization using QuickTime movies for student interaction (poster session).: algorithms from computational geometry.
- Constance G. Bland, Pamela B. Lawhead:
Agents, profiles, learning styles and tutors (poster session).
- J. M. Burgos, J. Galve, J. García, J. J. Moreno, S. Muñoz, D. Villén:
Abstract solution design by specification refinement.
- Janet Carter:
What the students said about plagiarsim.
- Chih-Kai Chang:
Discovering learning patterns from Web logs by concept transformation analysis (poster session).
- Gladys García Delgado:
Ethical knowledge for an electronic era (poster session).
- Ng S. T. Chong, Masao Sakauchi:
A multi-modal chat for coordinated interaction (poster session).
- Alex Davidovic, James Warren, Elena Trichina:
Structural example-based adaptive tutoring system (poster session) (SEATS).
- Dianne Hagan:
Using BlueJ to teach Java (poster session).
- Annegret Goold, Russell Rimmer:
Undergraduates in business computing and computer science (poster session).
- Evgeny Eremin:
Software system to learn objects (poster session).
- Boris Koldehofe, Marina Papatriantafilou, Philippas Tsigas:
LYDIAN (poster session): an extensible educational animation environment for distributed algorithms.
- Jorma Kajava, Rauno Varonen:
The professional growth of ICT experts through progressive sandwich training (poster session).
- Martha J. Kosa:
Distributed algorithms in the discrete mathematics course (poster session).
- Barbara Mento, Donna Tupper, Kathleen Harmeyer, Sylvia Sorkin:
Internet and multimedia technology curriculum development (poster session).
- Fredrik Manne:
Competing in computing (poster session).
- Elizabeth Odekirk:
Analyzing student programs (poster session).
- M. Satrazemi, V. Dajdiielis:
Telemachus an effective electronic marker of students' programming assignments (poster session).
- Guido Rößling, Bernd Freisleben:
TOPKAPI (poster session): a tool for performing knowledge tests over the WWW.
- Judy Sheard, Margot Postema, Selby Markham:
Subject differences in student attitudes to paper-based and Web-based resources (poster session).
- David A. Scanlan:
Student preference for multimedia-based lectures (poster session): a preliminary report.
- Ching-Kuang Shene, John L. Lowther:
Computing with geometry as an undergraduate course (poster session).
- Soo-Bum Shin, In-Hwan Yoo, Chul-Hyun Lee, Tae-Wuk Lee:
Plan of teaching & learning for database software through situated learning (poster session).
- Ching-Kuang Shene, John L. Lowther:
DesignMentor (poster session): a pedagogical tool for graphics and computer-aided design.
- Raja Sooriamurthi:
Using recursion as a tool to reinforce functional abstraction (poster session).
- Minoru Terada:
Program paper-slide-show (poster session).
- David Stratton:
"Network protocols and services": a non-specialist approach to teaching networking (poster session).
- In-Hwan Yoo, Soo-Bum Shin, Chul-Hyun Lee, Tae-Wuk Lee:
Present status and direction of information curriculum of Korea.
- Errol Thompson:
Learning process maturity (poster session).