Reno, NV, USA Scott Grissom, Deborah Knox, Daniel T. Joyce, Wanda Dann (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 34th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2003, Reno, Nevada, USA, February 19-23, 2003.
ACM 2003, ISBN 1-58113-648-X
- Kathryn E. Sanders, Robert McCartney:
Program assessment tools in computer science: a report from the trenches.
- Donald B. Crouch, Leslie Schwartzman:
Computer science accreditation: the advantages of being different.
- Dick K. Blandford, Deborah J. Hwang:
Five easy but effective assessment methods.
- Elizabeth S. Adams, Orit Hazzan, Hrafn Loftsson, Alison Young:
International perspective of women and computer science.
- Pamela B. Lawhead, Michaele E. Duncan, Constance G. Bland, Michael Goldweber, Madeleine Schep, David J. Barnes:
Legos, Java and programming assignments for CS1.
- Sylvia Beyer, Kristina Rynes, Julie Perrault, Kelly Hay, Susan M. Haller:
Gender differences in computer science students.
- Ginger Holmes Rowell, Diane G. Perhac, Judith A. Hankins, Brenda C. Parker, Chrisila C. Pettey, Judith M. Iriarte-Gross:
Computer-related gender differences.
- Joel C. Adams, Vimala Bauer, Shakuntala Baichoo:
An expanding pipeline: gender in mauritius.
- Ewa Z. Bem, Luke Petelczyc:
MiniMIPS: a simulation project for the computer architecture laboratory.
- Brian J. Shelburne:
Teaching computer organization using a PDP-8 simulator.
- Ariel Ortiz:
Teaching the SIMD execution model: : assembling a few parallel programming skills.
- B. Olsson, Mikael Berndtsson, Björn Lundell, Jörgen Hansson:
Running research-oriented final year projects for CS and IS students.
- Timothy Huang:
The game of go: an ideal environment for capstone and undergraduate research projects.
- Eric E. Allen, Robert Cartwright, Charles Reis:
Production programming in the classroom.
- Jesse Heines, Katy Börner, Melody Y. Ivory, Edward F. Gehringer:
Panel on the development, maintenance, and use of course web sites.
- Daniel D. Garcia, David Ginat, Peter Henderson:
Everything you always wanted to know about game theory: but were afraid to ask.
- William M. Waite, Michele H. Jackson, Amer Diwan:
The conversational classroom.
- Michael J. Clancy, Nate Titterton, Clint Ryan, James D. Slotta, Marcia C. Linn:
New roles for students, instructors, and computers in a lab-based introductory programming course.
- Denise M. Woit, David V. Mason:
Effectiveness of online assessment.
- Jane Prey, Ernest L. McDuffie, Harriet G. Taylor:
Taking advantage of National Science Foundation funding opportunities.
Introduction to OO
Upper level courses
- Ray Giguette:
Pre-games: games designed to introduce CS1 and CS2 programming assignments.
- Dennis J. Bouvier:
Pilot study: living flowcharts in an introduction to programming course.
- Shannon Pollard, Jeffrey Forbes:
Hands-on labs without computers.
- Lillian N. Cassel, John Impagliazzo, Ann M. Lally, Edward A. Fox, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Jane Prey:
Report on the NSF major educational funding initiative for a National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library (NSDL) with special emphasis on the Computing Education component.
- Vicki L. Almstrum, David Ginat, Orit Hazzan, John M. Clement:
Transfer to/from computing science education: the case of science education research.
- Allen B. Tucker, Fadi P. Deek, Jill Jones, Dennis McCowan, Chris Stephenson, Anita Verno:
Toward a K-12 computer science curriculum.
Reading, writing, and recursion
- Michael Eisenberg:
Creating a computer science canon: a course of "classic" readings in computer science.
- Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk:
A technical writing class for computer science majors: measuring student perceptions of learning.
- Tina Götschi, Ian Sanders, Vashti Galpin:
Mental models of recursion.
- D. Paul Benjamin, Charles Border, Robert Montante, Paul J. Wagner:
Undergraduate cyber security course projects.
- Nick Parlante, Jeffrey L. Popyack, Stuart Reges, Stephen Weiss, Scott Dexter, Chaya Gurwitz, Joseph L. Zachary, Grant Braught:
- John Impagliazzo, Robert H. Sloan, Andrew D. McGettrick, Pradip K. Srimani:
Computer engineering computing curricula.
- Jeffrey L. Popyack, Nira Herrmann, Paul Zoski, Bruce W. Char, Christopher D. Cera, Robert N. Lass:
Academic dishonesty in a high-tech environment.
Using the web
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- Dale Reed, Sam John:
- José Emilio Labra Gayo, José M. Morales Gil, A. M. Fernández Álvarez, H. Sagastegui Chigne:
A generic e-learning multiparadigm programming language system: IDEFIX project.
- Joseph L. Zachary, Peter A. Jensen:
- Williams C. Judith, Bettina Bair, Jürgen Börstler, Timothy C. Lethbridge, Ken Surendran:
Client sponsored projects in software engineering courses.
- William J. Collins, Josh D. Tenenberg, Raymond Lister, Suzanne Westbrook:
The role for framework libraries in CS2.