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ITiCSE 2008

Proceedings of the 13th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2008, Madrid, Spain, June 30 - July 2, 2008
June Amillo, Cary Laxer, Ernestina Menasalvas Ruiz, Alison Young ,

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  • What is web science and why is it important to CSE (Seite 1 - 2) (Wendy Hall) (2008)
  • Scalable apprenticeships - reconnecting students through technology (Seite 3 - 4) (Philip D. Long) (2008)
  • Neither rocket science nor washing machine science, but computer science (Seite 5 - 6) (Roger D. Boyle) (2008)
  • ROSE - a repository of education-friendly open-source projects (Seite 7 - 11) (Andrew Meneely, Laurie Williams, Edward F. Gehringer) (2008)
  • Automatic creation of indexed presentations from classroom lectures (Seite 12 - 16) (Paul E. Dickson, W. Richards Adrion, Allen R. Hanson) (2008)
  • Question answering from lecture videos based on an automatic semantic annotation (Seite 17 - 21) (Stephan Repp, Serge Linckels, ) (2008)
  • An open integrated exploratorium for database courses (Seite 22 - 26) (Peter Brusilovsky, Sergey A. Sosnovsky, Danielle H. Lee, Michael Yudelson, Vladimir Zadorozhny, Xin Zhou) (2008)
  • Databases, non-majors and collaborative learning - a ternary relationships (Seite 27 - 31) (Don Goelman) (2008)
  • Using accessible digital resources for teaching database design - towards an inclusive distance learning proposal (Seite 32 - 36) (Lourdes Moreno, Ana Iglesias, Elena Castro, Paloma Martínez) (2008)
  • ClockIt - collecting quantitative data on how beginning software developers really work (Seite 37 - 41) (Cindy Norris, E. Frank Barry, James B. Fenwick Jr., Kathryn Reid, Josh Rountree) (2008)
  • Teaching an object-oriented CS1 - - with Python (Seite 42 - 46) (Michael H. Goldwasser, David Letscher) (2008)
  • Evaluating OO example programs for CS1 (Seite 47 - 52) (Jürgen Börstler, Henrik Bærbak Christensen, Jens Bennedsen, Marie Nordström, Lena Kallin Westin, Jan Erik Moström, Michael E. Caspersen) (2008)
  • Reductive thinking in a quantitative perspective - the case of the algorithm course (Seite 53 - 57) () (2008)
  • Jenuity - a lightweight development environment for intermediate level programming courses (Seite 58 - 62) (Martin van Tonder, Kevin Naude, Charmain Cilliers) (2008)
  • Teaching computer aided software engineering at the graduate level (Seite 63 - 67) (Marcelo Jenkins) (2008)
  • A set of tools to teach compiler construction (Seite 68 - 72) (Akim Demaille, Roland Levillain, Benoît Perrot) (2008)
  • Student use of the PeerWise system (Seite 73 - 77) (Paul Denny, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, John Hamer) (2008)
  • Assessment and comparison of local and global SW engineering practices in a classroom setting (Seite 78 - 82) (Dragutin Petkovic, Gary D. Thompson, Rainer Todtenhoefer) (2008)
  • A tablet-based paper exam grading system (Seite 83 - 87) (Aaron Bloomfield, James F. Groves) (2008)
  • Assessing students' practice of professional values (Seite 88 - 92) (Ursula Fuller, Bob Keim) (2008)
  • Electronic voting on-the-fly with mobile devices (Seite 93 - 97) (Margarita Esponda) (2008)
  • How to teach semantic web? - a project-based approach (Seite 98 - 102) (Belén Díaz-Agudo, Guillermo Jiménez-Díaz, Juan A. Recio-García) (2008)
  • Exploring accessibility and visibility relationships in java (Seite 103 - 108) (James H. Cross II, T. Dean Hendrix, David A. Umphress, Larry A. Barowski) (2008)
  • A graphics-based approach to data structures (Seite 109 - 113) (Sarah Matzko, Timothy A. Davis) (2008)
  • A data type to exploit online data sources (Seite 114 - 118) (Matthew Thornton, Stephen H. Edwards) (2008)
  • Teaching students to develop thread-safe java classes (Seite 119 - 123) (Alan David Fekete) (2008)
  • Test-driven development in education - experiences with critical viewpoints (Seite 124 - 127) (Sami Kollanus, Ville Isomöttönen) (2008)
  • An environment for supporting active learning in courses on language processing (Seite 128 - 132) (José Luis Sierra, Ana M. Fernández-Pampillón Cesteros, Alfredo Fernández-Valmayor) (2008)
  • Hypertextbooks and a Hypertextbook authoring environment (Seite 133 - 137) (Rockford J. Ross) (2008)
  • VDE - an emulation environment for supporting computer networking courses (Seite 138 - 142) (Michael Goldweber, Renzo Davoli) (2008)
  • Spamulator - the Internet on a laptop (Seite 142 - 147) (John Aycock, Heather Crawford, Rennie deGraaf) (2008)
  • Building an economical VR system for CS education (Seite 148 - 152) (Joel C. Adams, Joshua Hotrop) (2008)
  • Virtual chat in an enquiry-based team project (Seite 153 - 157) (Adrian Albin-Clark) (2008)
  • A development environment for distributed synchronous collaborative programming (Seite 158 - 162) (Kristy Elizabeth Boyer, August A. Dwight, R. Taylor Fondren, Mladen A. Vouk, James C. Lester) (2008)
  • Group work support for the BlueJ IDE (Seite 163 - 168) (Kasper Fisker, David McCall, , Bruce Quig) (2008)
  • Perceived behavior control and its influence on the adoption of software tools (Seite 169 - 173) (Ronit Ben-Bassat Levy, ) (2008)
  • Sorting out sorting - the sequel (Seite 174 - 178) (David Furcy, Thomas L. Naps, Jason Wentworth) (2008)
  • Engaging with computer science through magic shows (Seite 179 - 183) (Paul Curzon, Peter W. McOwan) (2008)
  • Cognitive dimensions questionnaire applied to exploratory algorithm design (Seite 184 - 188) (Chris J. Martin, Janet M. Hughes) (2008)
  • The "instructed-teacher" - a computer science online learning pedagogical pattern (Seite 189 - 193) (Matt Bower) (2008)
  • Experiences with a synchronous virtual classroom in distance education (Seite 194 - 198) (Herman Koppelman, Harald P. E. Vranken) (2008)
  • A distance learning approach to teaching eXtreme programming (Seite 199 - 203) (Christian Murphy, Dan B. Phung, Gail E. Kaiser) (2008)
  • Distributed application launching for high quality graphics in synchronous distance education (Seite 204 - 208) (J. Mark Pullen, Jim X. Chen) (2008)
  • Going SOLO to assess novice programmers (Seite 209 - 213) (Judy Sheard, Angela Carbone, , Beth Simon, Errol Thompson, Jacqueline L. Whalley) (2008)
  • Teaching software quality assurance by encouraging student contributions to an open source web-based system for the assessment of programming assignments (Seite 214 - 218) (Olly Gotel, Christelle Scharff, Andrew Wildenberg) (2008)
  • Towards generic and flexible web services for e-assessment (Seite 219 - 224) (Mario Amelung, Peter Forbrig, Dietmar Rösner) (2008)
  • SRec - an animation system of recursion for algorithm courses (Seite 225 - 229) (J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide, Antonio Pérez-Carrasco, Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes) (2008)
  • Concurrent CS - preparing students for a multicore world (Seite 230 - 234) (Daniel J. Ernst, Daniel E. Stevenson) (2008)
  • A gentle introduction to mutual recursion (Seite 235 - 239) (Manuel Rubio-Sánchez, Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes, Cristóbal Pareja-Flores) (2008)
  • An internet role-game for the laboratory of network security course (Seite 240 - 244) (Luigi Catuogno, Alfredo De Santis) (2008)
  • Wu's castle - teaching arrays and loops in a game (Seite 245 - 249) (Michael Eagle, Tiffany Barnes) (2008)
  • Teaching game programming using XNA (Seite 250 - 254) (Joe Linhoff, Amber Settle) (2008)
  • Learning through creating learning objects - experiences with a class project in a distributed systems course (Seite 255 - 259) (Cristina L. Abad) (2008)
  • Course management with TrucStudio (Seite 260 - 264) (Michela Pedroni, Manuel Oriol, , Enrico Albonico, Lukas Angerer) (2008)
  • Improving student performance using automated testing of simulated digital logic circuits (Seite 265 - 270) (Zachary Kurmas) (2008)
  • Dangers of a fixed mindset - implications of self-theories research for computer science education (Seite 271 - 275) (Laurie Murphy, Lynda Thomas) (2008)
  • Tutoring model for promoting teaching skills of computer science prospective teachers (Seite 276 - 280) (Noa Ragonis, ) (2008)
  • A taxonomy of task types in computing (Seite 281 - 285) (Matt Bower) (2008)
  • Creativity as a pathway to computer science (Seite 286 - 290) (, ) (2008)
  • Computer-science education as a cultural encounter - a socio-cultural framework for articulating learning difficulties (Seite 291 - 295) (Yifat Ben-David Kolikant) (2008)
  • What are information technology's key qualifications? (Seite 296 - 300) (Christina Dörge, ) (2008)
  • Enhancing the general background of CS students through a computing history course (Seite 301 - 305) (Paolo Giangrandi, Claudio Mirolo) (2008)
  • Comparing capacity building frameworks for computer science education in underdeveloped countries - an Asian and African perspective (Seite 306 - 310) (Jandelyn D. Plane, Isabella Venter) (2008)
  • Practical tips for creating podcasts in higher education (Seite 311 - 311) (Jakki Sheridan-Ross, Andrea Gorra, Janet Finlay) (2008)
  • Providing a Seminar++ - innovation seminars (Seite 312 - 312) () (2008)
  • An introduction to problem equivalence with combinatorics (Seite 313 - 313) (Manuel Rubio-Sánchez) (2008)
  • JLS - a pedagogically targeted logic design and simulation tool (Seite 314 - 314) (David A. Poplawski, Zachary Kurmas) (2008)
  • Using DLSim 3 - a scalable, extensible, multi-level logic simulator (Seite 315 - 315) (Richard M. Salter, John L. Donaldson) (2008)
  • Teaching push-down automata and turing machines (Seite 316 - 316) (Cesar García-Osorio, Iñigo Mediavilla-Sáiz, Javier Jimeno-Visitación, Nicolás García-Pedrajas) (2008)
  • A tool for teaching LL and LR parsing algorithms (Seite 317 - 317) (Cesar García-Osorio, Carlos Gómez-Palacios, Nicolás García-Pedrajas) (2008)
  • Eclipse as a teaching tool (Seite 318 - 318) (Dwight Deugo) (2008)
  • A sudoku game for people with motor impairments (Seite 319 - 319) (Stéphane Norte, Fernando G. Lobo) (2008)
  • Java projects motivated by student interests (Seite 321 - 321) (Mirela Djordjevic) (2008)
  • Using eclipse in the classroom (Seite 322 - 322) (Dwight Deugo) (2008)
  • Cooperative learning in operating systems laboratory (Seite 323 - 323) (Jorge E. Pérez, Javier García Martín, Isabel Muñoz Fernández) (2008)
  • Extending moodle for collaborative learning (Seite 324 - 324) (Francesco Di Cerbo, Gabriella Dodero, Giancarlo Succi) (2008)
  • Digital CS1 study pack based on Moodle and Python (Seite 325 - 325) (Atanas Radenski) (2008)
  • A python graphics package for the first day and beyond (Seite 326 - 326) (Michael H. Goldwasser, David Letscher) (2008)
  • Greenfoot - a highly graphical ide for learning object-oriented programming (Seite 327 - 327) () (2008)
  • Web-CAT - automatically grading programming assignments (Seite 328 - 328) (Stephen H. Edwards, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones) (2008)
  • Digital topology java applet (Seite 329 - 329) (Carmen Escribano, Antonio Giraldo, María Asunción Sastre, Mario Trotta) (2008)
  • The future of ITiCSE (Seite 331 - 332) (Lillian (Boots) Cassel) (2008)
  • Scrambling for students - our graduates are sexier than yours (Seite 333 - 334) (Alison Young, Arnold Pears, Pedro de Miguel Anasagasti, , Michael Goldweber, Michael Goldwasser, Vicki L. Almstrum) (2008)
  • The use of role play to simulate a tethered swarm of robots for urban search and rescue (USAR) (Seite 335 - 335) (Adrian Albin-Clark, Thumatty R. Vishnu Arun Kumar) (2008)
  • Webreg - an online system for registration and grade distribution (Seite 336 - 336) (Erwin Aitenbichler, ) (2008)
  • Computing research methods multi-perspective digital library - a call for participation (Seite 337 - 337) (Anne Gates Applin, Hilary J. Holz) (2008)
  • Designing offline computer science activities for the korean elementary school curriculum (Seite 338 - 338) (SookKyoung Choi, , Soo Jin Jun, Won-Gyu Lee) (2008)
  • Learning object oriented programming - unique visualizations of individuals learning styles, activities and the programs produced (Seite 339 - 339) (Christopher J. Burrell) (2008)
  • Teaching SQL - a case study (Seite 340 - 340) (Carlos Pampulim Caldeira) (2008)
  • What is masters level education in informatics? (Seite 341 - 341) (Michael E. Caspersen, Lillian N. Cassel, Gordon Davies, Arnold Pears, Stephen Seidman, Heikki Topi) (2008)
  • Evaluating the extent to which sociability and social presence affects learning performance (Seite 342 - 342) (Terence Charlton, Lindsay Marshall, Marie Devlin) (2008)
  • Adopting pen-based technology to facilitate active learning in the classroom - is it right for you? (Seite 343 - 343) (Archana Chidanandan, Shannon M. Sexton) (2008)
  • What students say about gender in hiring software professionals (Seite 344 - 344) (Donald Chinn, Tammy VanDeGrift) (2008)
  • Complecto mutatio - teaching software design best practices using multi-platform development (Seite 345 - 345) (Randy W. Connolly) (2008)
  • A software development course for CC2001 - the third time is charming (Seite 346 - 346) (John F. Dooley) (2008)
  • A computer-based test to raise awareness of disability issues (Seite 347 - 347) (John Gray, Gill Harrison, Andrea Gorra, Jakki Sheridan-Ross, Janet Finlay) (2008)
  • A method for analyzing reading comprehension in computer science courses (Seite 348 - 348) (Ananda Gunawardena, John Barr, Andrew Owens) (2008)
  • Development of a new MOODLE module for a basic course on computer architecture (Seite 349 - 349) (Francisco Corbera, Eladio Gutiérrez, Julián Ramos, Sergio Romero, María A. Trenas) (2008)
  • Computer science and information technology associate-level curricular guidelines (Seite 350 - 350) (Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Karl J. Klee, Robert D. Campbell, Anita M. Wright) (2008)
  • Teaching query writing - an informed instruction approach (Seite 351 - 351) (Joseph E. Hollingsworth) (2008)
  • Learning for mastery in an introductory programming course (Seite 352 - 352) (Jana Jacková) (2008)
  • How do 7th graders solve algorithmic problems? - a tool-based analysis (Seite 353 - 353) (Ulrich Kiesmüller, ) (2008)
  • Four roles of instructor in software engineering projects (Seite 354 - 354) (Stan Kurkovsky) (2008)
  • Reevaluating and refining the engagement taxonomy (Seite 355 - 355) (Tobias Lauer) (2008)
  • Analysis of ABET accreditation as a software process (Seite 356 - 356) (Ronald J. Leach) (2008)
  • An interoperable assessment language proposal (Seite 357 - 357) (Roberto Barchino, Luis de Marcos, José María Gutiérrez) (2008)
  • A multidisciplinary computer science master program (Seite 358 - 358) (Luis de Marcos, Roberto Barchino, José Antonio Gutiérrez, Juan-Manuel de Blas, José Ramón Hilera, Salvador Otón) (2008)
  • Games developed in Java for teaching "Combinatorial Game Theory" (Seite 359 - 359) (Miguel Reyes, Agueda Mata) (2008)
  • Branches of professional organizations a way to enrich student's scientific and personal skills (Seite 360 - 360) (José Carlos Metrôlho, Mónica Isabel Teixeira Costa) (2008)
  • Program animation activities in Moodle (Seite 361 - 361) (Andrés Moreno) (2008)
  • Drawing the line - teaching the semantics of binary class associations (Seite 362 - 362) (James H. Paterson, John Haddow, Ka Fai Cheng) (2008)
  • WebTasks - online programming exercises made easy (Seite 363 - 363) (, Sebastian Hartte) (2008)
  • Toward a definition of the competences for global requirements elicitation (Seite 364 - 364) (Miguel Romero, Aurora Vizcaíno, Mario Piattini) (2008)
  • Students' perceptions of python as a first programming language at wits (Seite 365 - 365) (Ian Douglas Sanders, Sasha Langford) (2008)
  • Multidisciplinary projects for first year engineering courses (Seite 366 - 366) (Carmen Escribano, Antonio Giraldo, Águeda Mata, María Asunción Sastre) (2008)
  • Characteristics and dimensions of a competence model of theoretical computer science in secondary education (Seite 367 - 367) (Kirsten Schlüter, ) (2008)
  • Motivation of the students in game development projects (Seite 368 - 368) (Stephan Repp, , Sevil Yakhyayeva) (2008)
  • An experience of detecting plagiarized source codes in competitive programming contests (Seite 369 - 369) (Jeong-Hoon Ji, Gyun Woo, Hwan-Gue Cho) (2008)
  • A tool for teaching interactions between design patterns (Seite 371 - 371) (Ezequiel Denegri, Guillermo Frontera, Antonio Gavilanes, Pedro J. Martín) (2008)
  • Self-organized maps in scientific data analysis (Seite 372 - 372) (Jason T. Soo Hoo) (2008)
  • Evolutionary approaches for curriculum sequencing (Seite 373 - 373) (Luis de Marcos, Roberto Barchino, José-Javier Martínez) (2008)
  • Potential benefits of corrected-errors in AVBL (Seite 374 - 374) (Antonios Saravanos) (2008)
  • Web-based dynamic learning through lexical chaining - a step forward towards knowledge-driven education (Seite 375 - 375) (Arash Shaban-Nejad, Volker Haarslev) (2008)

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