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Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE 2008, Portland, OR, USA, March 12-15, 2008

J. D. Dougherty, Susan H. Rodger, , ,

Teil der Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)

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  • Alice - a dying man's passion (Seite 1 - 1) (Randy Pausch) (2008)    
  • A conceptual approach to teaching induction for computer science (Seite 9 - 13) (Irene Polycarpou, Ana Pasztor, Malek Adjouadi) (2008)    
  • Incorporating transformations into jflap for enhanced understanding of automata (Seite 14 - 18) (Joan M. Lucas, Jonathan Jarvis) (2008)    
  • A principled approach to teaching OO first (Seite 31 - 35) (David Gries) (2008)    
  • CS-1 for scientists (Seite 36 - 37) (Greg Wilson, Christine Alvarado, Jennifer Campbell, Rubin H. Landau, Robert Sedgewick) (2008)    
  • Bantam - a customizable, java-based, classroom compiler (Seite 38 - 42) (Marc L. Corliss, E. Christopher Lewis) (2008)    
  • Language engineering in the context of a popular, inexpensive robot platform (Seite 43 - 47) (Li Xu) (2008)    
  • Language design and implementation using ruby and the interpreter pattern (Seite 48 - 52) (Ariel Ortiz) (2008)    
  • Cross-cultural issues in a tutored video instruction course (Seite 53 - 57) (Natalie Linnell, Richard J. Anderson, Jane Prey) (2008)    
  • Engaging constructions - family-based computing experiences for immigrant middle school students (Seite 58 - 62) (Maureen Doyle, Kevin G. Kirby, Gary Newell) (2008)    
  • Improving pedagogical feedback and objective grading (Seite 72 - 76) (Tuukka Ahoniemi, Essi Lahtinen, Tommi Reinikainen) (2008)    
  • A new paradigm for programming competitions (Seite 87 - 91) (James F. Bowring) (2008)    
  • Computer science olympiad - exploring computer science through competition (Seite 92 - 96) (Iretta B. C. Kearse, Charles Hardnett) (2008)    
  • Misunderstandings about object-oriented design - experiences using code reviews (Seite 97 - 101) (Scott A. Turner, Ricardo Quintana-Castillo, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Stephen H. Edwards) (2008)    
  • Can students reengineer? (Seite 102 - 106) (Ronald J. Leach, Legand L. Burge III, Harry Keeling) (2008)    
  • Nifty assignments (Seite 112 - 113) (Nick Parlante) (2008)    
  • An open dialogue concerning the state of education policy in computer science (Seite 114 - 115) (Robert B. Schnabel, Duncan A. Buell, Joanna Goode, J Strother Moore, Chris Stephenson) (2008)    
  • Towards a top-down approach to teaching an undergraduate grid computing course (Seite 126 - 130) (Barry Wilkinson, Clayton Ferner) (2008)    
  • The role of virtualization in computing education (Seite 131 - 132) (Alessio Gaspar, Sarah Langevin, William D. Armitage, R. Sekar, T. Daniels) (2008)    
  • Mock trials and role-playing in computer ethics courses (Seite 148 - 152) (Roxanne L. Canosa, Joan M. Lucas) (2008)    
  • Ethics training and decision-making - do computer science programs need help? (Seite 153 - 157) (Carol Spradling, Leen-Kiat Soh, Charles Ansorge) (2008)    
  • Debugging - the good, the bad, and the quirky -- a qualitative analysis of novices' strategies (Seite 163 - 167) (Laurie Murphy, Gary Lewandowski, Renée McCauley, Beth Simon, Lynda Thomas, ) (2008)    
  • Compiler error messages - what can help novices? (Seite 168 - 172) (Marie-Hélène Nienaltowski, Michela Pedroni, Bertrand Meyer 0001) (2008)    
  • Backstop - a tool for debugging runtime errors (Seite 173 - 177) (Christian Murphy, Eunhee Kim, Gail E. Kaiser, Adam Cannon) (2008)    
  • Innovating our self image (Seite 178 - 179) (Owen L. Astrachan, Peter J. Denning) (2008)    
  • Improving computer science diversity through summer camps (Seite 180 - 181) (Dennis P. Groth, Helen H. Hu, Betty Lauer, Hwajung Lee) (2008)    
  • Implementation of threads as an operating systems project (Seite 187 - 191) (John L. Donaldson) (2008)    
  • An experimental laboratory environment for teaching embedded operating systems (Seite 192 - 196) (Dennis Brylow) (2008)    
  • Exploring NSF funding opportunities (Seite 197 - 198) (Stephen Cooper, Timothy V. Fossum, Harriet G. Taylor) (2008)    
  • Innovation, design, and simplicity at google (Seite 199 - 199) (Marissa Mayer) (2008)    
  • The effects of pair-programming on individual programming skill (Seite 200 - 204) (Grant Braught, L. Martin Eby, Tim Wahls) (2008)    
  • An experimental study of cooperative learning in cs1 (Seite 205 - 209) (Leland L. Beck, Alexander W. Chizhik) (2008)    
  • Problem solving in community - a necessary shift in cs pedagogy (Seite 210 - 214) (Sarah Monisha Pulimood, Ursula Wolz) (2008)    
  • Struggles of new college graduates in their first software development job (Seite 226 - 230) (Andrew Begel, Beth Simon) (2008)    
  • From sockets and RMI to web services (Seite 236 - 240) (Mark A. Holliday, J. Traynham Houston, E. Matthew Jones) (2008)    
  • Isn't it time you had an emulab? (Seite 246 - 250) (W. David Laverell, Zongming Fei, Jim Griffioen) (2008)    
  • Bloom's taxonomy revisited - specifying assessable learning objectives in computer science (Seite 261 - 265) (Christopher W. Starr, Bill Z. Manaris, RoxAnn H. Stalvey) (2008)    
  • Pre-programming analysis tutors help students learn basic programming concepts (Seite 276 - 280) (Wei Jin) (2008)    
  • A novel approach to K-12 CS education - linking mathematics and computer science (Seite 286 - 290) (Mindy Hart, James P. Early, Dennis Brylow) (2008)    
  • The game of life - an outreach model for high school students with disabilities (Seite 296 - 297) (Richard E. Ladner, Tammy VanDeGrift) (2008)    
  • 'scratch' your way to introductory cs (Seite 298 - 299) (Ursula Wolz, , Sarah Monisha Pulimood) (2008)    
  • Game-themed programming assignments - the faculty perspective (Seite 300 - 304) (Kelvin Sung, Michael Panitz, Scott A. Wallace, Ruth Anderson, John Nordlinger) (2008)    
  • Ucigame, a java library for games (Seite 310 - 314) (Daniel Frost) (2008)    
  • Defense against the dark arts (Seite 315 - 319) (Mark W. Bailey, Clark L. Coleman, Jack W. Davidson) (2008)    
  • Teaching cryptography with open-source software (Seite 325 - 329) (Alasdair McAndrew) (2008)    
  • Serious fun - peer-led team learning in CS (Seite 330 - 331) (Steven Huss-Lederman, Donald Chinn, James Skrentny) (2008)    
  • Socially relevant computing (Seite 347 - 351) (Michael Buckley, John Nordlinger, Devika Subramanian) (2008)    
  • Community connections - lessons learned developing and maintaining a computer science service-learning program (Seite 352 - 356) (Christopher H. Brooks) (2008)    
  • Forging connections between life and class using reading assignments - a case study (Seite 357 - 361) (Leigh Ann Sudol) (2008)    
  • Increasing diversity in k-12 computer science - strategies from the field (Seite 362 - 366) (Joanna Goode) (2008)    
  • Programming by choice - urban youth learning programming with scratch (Seite 367 - 371) (John H. Maloney, Kylie A. Peppler, , , Natalie Rusk) (2008)    
  • The expansion of CS4HS - an outreach program for high school teachers (Seite 377 - 378) (Lenore Blum, Thomas J. Cortina, Edward D. Lazowska, Joe Wise) (2008)    
  • Grid computing at the undergraduate level - can we do it? (Seite 381 - 382) (Jens Mache, Amy W. Apon, Thomas Feilhauer, Barry Wilkinson) (2008)    
  • Multidisciplinary students and instructors - a second-year games course (Seite 383 - 387) (Nathan R. Sturtevant, H. James Hoover, Jonathan Schaeffer, Sean Gouglas, Michael H. Bowling, Finnegan Southey, Matthew Bouchard, Ghassan Zabaneh) (2008)    
  • An interdisciplinary major emphasizing multimedia (Seite 388 - 391) (Carol Spradling, Jody Strauch, Craig Warner) (2008)    
  • Exploring studio-based instructional models for computing education (Seite 392 - 396) (Christopher D. Hundhausen, N. Hari Narayanan, Martha E. Crosby) (2008)    
  • Student perceptions of computer science - a retention study comparing graduating seniors with cs leavers (Seite 402 - 406) (Maureen Biggers, Anne Brauer, Tuba Yilmaz) (2008)    
  • Cultural representations of gender among u. s. computer science undergraduates - statistical and data mining results (Seite 407 - 411) (Antonio M. Lopez Jr., Kun Zhang, Frederick G. Lopez) (2008)    
  • Noteblogging - taking note taking public (Seite 417 - 421) (Beth Simon, Krista Davis, William G. Griswold, Michael Kelly, Roshni Malani) (2008)    
  • A system for developing tablet pc applications for education (Seite 422 - 426) (Sam Kamin, Michael Hines, Chad Peiper, Boris Capitanu) (2008)    
  • Operational experience with a virtual networking laboratory (Seite 427 - 431) (Charlie Wiseman, Ken Wong, Tilman Wolf, Sergey Gorinsky) (2008)    
  • Local - a model geared towards ubiquitous learning (Seite 432 - 436) (Jorge L. V. Barbosa, Rodrigo Hahn, Solon Rabello, Débora Nice Ferrari Barbosa) (2008)    
  • Nifty objects for CS0 and CS1 (Seite 437 - 438) (Joe Hummel, Carl Alphonce, Joe Bergin, Michael E. Caspersen, Stuart Hansen, James E. Heliotis, ) (2008)    
  • Developing inclusive outreach activities for students with visual impairments (Seite 439 - 443) (Stephanie Ludi, Thomas Reichlmayr) (2008)    
  • Helping him see - guiding a visually impaired student through the computer science curriculum (Seite 444 - 448) (Mary Elaine Califf, Mary Goodwin, Jake Brownell) (2008)    
  • Inspiring blind high school students to pursue computer science with instant messaging chatbots (Seite 449 - 453) (Jeffrey P. Bigham, Maxwell B. Aller, Jeremy T. Brudvik, Jessica O. Leung, Lindsay A. Yazzolino, Richard E. Ladner) (2008)    
  • Undergraduate research experiences in data mining (Seite 461 - 465) (Imad Rahal) (2008)    
  • Improving retention and graduate recruitment through immersive research experiences for undergraduates (Seite 466 - 470) (Teresa A. Dahlberg, Tiffany Barnes, Audrey Rorrer, Eve Powell, Lauren Cairco) (2008)    
  • Preparing students for industry's software engineering needs (Seite 481 - 482) (Watts Humphrey, Robert Musson, Rafael Salazar) (2008)    
  • An image background detection project for a visual exploration of DFS and BFS (Seite 483 - 487) (Ali Erkan, Diyan Gochev) (2008)    
  • A cross-domain visual learning engine for interactive generation of instructional materials (Seite 488 - 492) (K. R. Subramanian, T. Cassen) (2008)    
  • A query simulation system to illustrate database query execution (Seite 493 - 497) (Brett Allenstein, Andrew Yost, Paul Wagner, Joline Morrison) (2008)    
  • Introducing an experimental cognitive robotics curriculum at historically black colleges and universities (Seite 498 - 502) (Andrew B. Williams, David S. Touretzky, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson, LaVonne Manning, Chutima Boonthum, Clement S. Allen) (2008)    
  • The funnel that grew our cis major in the cs desert (Seite 503 - 507) (Janice Pearce, Mario Nakazawa) (2008)    
  • Grace hopper visits the neighborhood (Seite 513 - 517) (Gloria Childress Townsend, Lecia Jane Barker, Suzanne Menzel, Joanne McGrath Cohoon) (2008)    
  • Improving the persistence of first-year undergraduate women in computer science (Seite 518 - 522) (Rita Manco Powell) (2008)    
  • The effect of using problem-solving software tutors on the self-confidence of female students (Seite 523 - 527) (Amruth N. Kumar) (2008)    
  • It seemed like a good idea at the time (Seite 528 - 529) (Jonas Boustedt, Robert McCartney, Josh D. Tenenberg, Scott D. Anderson, Caroline M. Eastman, Daniel D. Garcia, Paul V. Gestwicki, Margaret S. Menzin) (2008)    
  • Curriculum update from the ACM education board - CS2008 and a report on masters degrees (Seite 530 - 531) (Lillian N. Cassel, Michael E. Caspersen, Gordon Davies, Renée McCauley, Andrew D. McGettrick, Arthur B. Pyster, Robert H. Sloan) (2008)    
  • Test-driven learning in early programming courses (Seite 532 - 536) (David Janzen, Hossein Saiedian) (2008)    
  • Computer science for everyone - making your computing classes and departments accessible (Seite 547 - 548) (Richard E. Ladner, Dan Comden) (2008)    

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LokalAuf dem WWW Alice: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 134 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A conceptual approach to teaching induction for computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 162 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Incorporating transformations into jflap for enhanced understanding of automata: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 230 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A principled approach to teaching OO first: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 256 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS-1 for scientists: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 98 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Bantam: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 166 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Language engineering in the context of a popular, inexpensive robot platform: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 405 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Language design and implementation using ruby and the interpreter pattern: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 108 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cross-cultural issues in a tutored video instruction course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 399 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Engaging constructions: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 887 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Improving pedagogical feedback and objective grading: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 283 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A new paradigm for programming competitions: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 177 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science olympiad: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 246 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Misunderstandings about object-oriented design: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 279 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Can students reengineer?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 218 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Nifty assignments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 137 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An open dialogue concerning the state of education policy in computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 174 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Towards a top-down approach to teaching an undergraduate grid computing course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 844 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The role of virtualization in computing education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 159 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Mock trials and role-playing in computer ethics courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 222 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Ethics training and decision-making: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 229 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Debugging: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 218 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Compiler error messages: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 367 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Backstop: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 251 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Innovating our self image: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 208 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Improving computer science diversity through summer camps: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 104 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Implementation of threads as an operating systems project: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 182 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An experimental laboratory environment for teaching embedded operating systems: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 284 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Exploring NSF funding opportunities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 153 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Innovation, design, and simplicity at google: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 129 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The effects of pair-programming on individual programming skill: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 263 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An experimental study of cooperative learning in cs1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 386 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Problem solving in community: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 258 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Struggles of new college graduates in their first software development job: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 249 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW From sockets and RMI to web services: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 254 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Isn't it time you had an emulab?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 133 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Bloom's taxonomy revisited: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 239 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Pre-programming analysis tutors help students learn basic programming concepts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 457 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A novel approach to K-12 CS education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 214 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The game of life: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 629 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW 'scratch' your way to introductory cs: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 168 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Game-themed programming assignments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 229 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Ucigame, a java library for games: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 200 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Defense against the dark arts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 111 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching cryptography with open-source software: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 162 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Serious fun: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 163 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Socially relevant computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 543 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Community connections: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 156 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Forging connections between life and class using reading assignments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 222 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Increasing diversity in k-12 computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 214 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Programming by choice: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 444 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The expansion of CS4HS: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 169 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Grid computing at the undergraduate level: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 59 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Multidisciplinary students and instructors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 162 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An interdisciplinary major emphasizing multimedia: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 187 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Exploring studio-based instructional models for computing education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 201 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Student perceptions of computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 222 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cultural representations of gender among u. s. computer science undergraduates: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 226 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Noteblogging: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 440 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A system for developing tablet pc applications for education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 477 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Operational experience with a virtual networking laboratory: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 156 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Local: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 311 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Nifty objects for CS0 and CS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 159 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing inclusive outreach activities for students with visual impairments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 676 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Helping him see: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 224 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Inspiring blind high school students to pursue computer science with instant messaging chatbots: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 429 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Undergraduate research experiences in data mining: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 249 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Improving retention and graduate recruitment through immersive research experiences for undergraduates: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 284 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Preparing students for industry's software engineering needs: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 158 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An image background detection project for a visual exploration of DFS and BFS: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 788 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A cross-domain visual learning engine for interactive generation of instructional materials: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 797 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A query simulation system to illustrate database query execution: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 361 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Introducing an experimental cognitive robotics curriculum at historically black colleges and universities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 216 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The funnel that grew our cis major in the cs desert: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 211 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Grace hopper visits the neighborhood: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 544 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Improving the persistence of first-year undergraduate women in computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 198 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The effect of using problem-solving software tutors on the self-confidence of female students: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 209 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW It seemed like a good idea at the time: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 74 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Curriculum update from the ACM education board: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 180 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Test-driven learning in early programming courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 213 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science for everyone: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 161 kByte; WWW: Link OK )

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