Cincinnati, Kentucky, USA Judith L. Gersting, Henry MacKay Walker, Scott Grissom (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 33rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2002, Cincinnati, Kentucky, USA, February 27 - March 3, 2002.
ACM 2002, ISBN 1-58113-473-8
Aha! an illuminating perspective
- José M. Vidal, Paul A. Buhler:
Using RoboCup to teach multiagent systems and the distributed mindset.
- Frank Klassner:
A case study of LEGO Mindstorms' suitability for artificial intelligence and robotics courses at the college level.
- John C. Gallagher, Steven Perretta:
WWW autonomous robotics: enabling wide area access to a computer engineering practicum.
- James L. Noyes:
A first course in computational science: (why a math book isn't enough).
- Mary Micco, Hart Rossman:
Building a cyberwar lab: lessons learned: teaching cybersecurity principles to undergraduates.
- Troy Vasiga:
What comes after CS 1 + 2: a deep breadth before specializing.
CS education research
Integrating empirical methods into CS
Internet-centric computing in the CS curriculum
Taking advantage of National Science Foundation funding opportunities
Undergraduate computational science and engineering programs and courses
Mathematics preparation for an undergraduate degree in CS
Tutorial on extreme programming
Object-oriented - 1
Women, mathematics, and computer science
Service learning in computer science and engineering
Computational science and engineering:
tools and techniques for teaching
CS1 - Java
Computing Curricula 2001:
implementing the recommendations
Preparing for information systems accreditation
- Steve Cunningham:
Graphical problem solving and visual communication in the beginning computer graphics course.
- Susan H. Rodger:
Introducing computer science through animation and virtual worlds.
Teaching internet technology
- Kevin Treu:
To teach the unteachable class: an experimental course in web-based application design.
- Heidi J. C. Ellis:
Andragogy in a web technologies course.
Incorporating Human-Computer Interaction into the undergraduate CS curriculum
why and how we use what we do
NSF graduate research fellowship program
- Jeffrey Johnson:
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Software engineering - 1
Using Visual Studio.Net in the classroom
Rewrite cycles in CS courses:
The object is objects
Managing large classes
Software engineering - 2
beyond the first course
Using Visual Basic in the CS curriculum
How to develop and grade an exam for 20, 000 students (or maybe just 200 or 20)
Object oriented - 2
Open source software:
intellectual challenges to the status quo
Integrating security concepts into existing computing courses
Industry in the ivory tower
- Stuart Reges:
SIGCSE 2002 forum: industry in the ivory tower.
a new initiative to support computing education through SIGCSE-member involvement
- Henry MacKay Walker:
SIGCSE 2002 forum: introducing SIGCSE committees: a new initiative to support computing education through SIGCSE-member involvement.
Teaching a software project course using the team software process
- Tia Newhall, Lisa Meeden:
A comprehensive project for CS2: combining key data structures and algorithms into an integrated web browser and search engine.
- Kay A. Robbins, Catherine Sauls Key, Keith Dickinson:
Integrating a simulation case study into CS2: developing design, empirical and analysis skills.
- Alan Fekete:
Teaching data structures with multiple collection class libraries.
- William A. Shay:
A multiplatform/multilanguage client/server project.
- Greg Gagne:
To java.net and beyond: teaching networking concepts using the Java networking API.
- Joel C. Adams, David Vos:
Small-college supercomputing: building a Beowulf cluster at a comprehensive college.
Managing undergraduate CS research
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