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Proceedings of the 41st ACM technical symposium on Computer science education, SIGCSE 2010, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, March 10-13, 2010

Gary Lewandowski, Steven A. Wolfman, Thomas J. Cortina, Ellen Lowenfeld Walker ,

Teil der Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)

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  • Useful sharing (Seite 1 - 1) () (2010)    
  • Building server-side web language processors (Seite 2 - 6) (Ariel Ortiz) (2010)    
  • Frances - a tool for understanding code generation (Seite 12 - 16) (Tyler Sondag, Kian L. Pokorny, Hridesh Rajan) (2010)    
  • Do roadshows work? - examining the effectiveness of just be (Seite 17 - 21) (Joseph A. Cottam, Samantha S. Foley, Suzanne Menzel) (2010)    
  • Connecting k-16 curriculum & policy - making computer science engaging, accessible, and hospitable for underrepresented students (Seite 22 - 26) (Joanna Goode) (2010)    
  • Integrating evaluation into program development - benefits of baselining a NSF-BPC alliance (Seite 27 - 31) (W. Richards Adrion, Renee Fall, Manuel Matos, Alan Peterfreund) (2010)    
  • Use of satellite imagery in multidisciplinary projects (Seite 32 - 36) (Ali Erkan, Jason Hamilton, Tom Pfaff, Michael Rogers) (2010)    
  • MPCT - media propelled computational thinking (Seite 37 - 41) (Eric Andrew Freudenthal, Mary K. Roy, Alexandria Nicole Ogrey, Tanja Magoc, Alan Siegel) (2010)    
  • Computational thinking for the sciences - a three day workshop for high school science teachers (Seite 42 - 46) (Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Dennis Brylow, Rong Ge 0003, Praveen Madiraju, Stephen J. Merrill, Craig A. Struble, James P. Early) (2010)    
  • Expanding the frontiers of computer science - designing a curriculum to reflect a diverse field (Seite 47 - 51) (Mehran Sahami, Alex Aiken, Julie Zelenski) (2010)    
  • Variations on a theme - role of media in motivating computing education (Seite 66 - 67) (, David Ranum, Bradley N. Miller, Beth Simon, Barbara Ericson, Samuel A. Rebelsky, Janet Davis, Deepak Kumar 0002, Douglas S. Blank) (2010)    
  • Using the imagine cup SDI as the foundation for computer science capstone projects (Seite 68 - 71) (James Parrish Jr., Janet L. Bailey, Bradley K. Jensen) (2010)    
  • Teaching communication, leadership, and the social context of computing via a consulting course (Seite 77 - 81) (Joseph Mertz, Scott McElfresh) (2010)    
  • Digital visualization tools improve teaching 3D character modeling (Seite 82 - 86) (Mark Christensen van Langeveld, Robert Kessler) (2010)    
  • Teaching web information retrieval to undergraduates (Seite 87 - 91) (Frank McCown) (2010)    
  • Developing a validated assessment of fundamental CS1 concepts (Seite 97 - 101) (Allison Elliott Tew, ) (2010)    
  • Educating the next generation of spammers (Seite 117 - 121) (Joel Sommers) (2010)    
  • Teaching the principles of the hacker curriculum to undergraduates (Seite 122 - 126) (Sergey Bratus, Anna Shubina, Michael E. Locasto) (2010)    
  • Understanding NSF funding opportunities (Seite 129 - 130) (Scott Grissom, Joan Peckham, Harriet G. Taylor, Guy-Alain Amoussou, Victor Piotrowski) (2010)    
  • A web service-oriented approach to teaching CS/IS1 (Seite 131 - 132) (Billy L. Lim, Bryan Hosack, Paul Vogt) (2010)    
  • Teaching computer networks in a real network - the technical perspectives (Seite 133 - 137) (Jianping Pan 0001) (2010)    
  • IPsecLite - a tool for teaching security concepts (Seite 138 - 142) (Niakam Kazemi, Shiva Azadegan) (2010)    
  • Teaching simplified network protocols (Seite 143 - 147) (Dave Feinberg) (2010)    
  • Broadening student enthusiasm for computer science with a great insights course (Seite 157 - 161) (Marie desJardins, Michael L. Littman) (2010)    
  • Coaching via cognitive apprenticeship (Seite 162 - 166) (Ray Bareiss, Martin Radley) (2010)    
  • The design of an online environment to support pedagogical code reviews (Seite 182 - 186) (Christopher D. Hundhausen, Anukrati Agrawal, Kyle Ryan) (2010)    
  • A visualization tool for tutoring the interactive learning of data structures and algorithmic schemes (Seite 187 - 191) (Valentin Razmov, Richard J. Anderson) (2010)    
  • Comparing alice, greenfoot & scratch (Seite 192 - 193) (, Stephen Cooper, , ) (2010)    
  • Recognizing the most influential CS education papers (Seite 196 - 197) (David G. Kay, Kim B. Bruce, Michael J. Clancy, Nell B. Dale, , Eric Roberts) (2010)    
  • Science education for the 21st century - using the insights of science to teach/learn science (Seite 198 - 198) (Carl E. Wieman) (2010)    
  • Braided teaching in secondary CS education - contexts, continuity, and the role of programming (Seite 204 - 208) (, Jan Vahrenhold) (2010)    
  • Writing in an upper-level CS course (Seite 209 - 213) (Alan Garvey) (2010)    
  • Design and evaluation of a computer science and engineering course for middle school girls (Seite 234 - 238) (Gabriela Marcu, Samuel J. Kaufman, Jaihee Kate Lee, Rebecca W. Black, Paul Dourish, Gillian R. Hayes, Debra J. Richardson) (2010)    
  • Compatibility of partnered students in computer science education (Seite 244 - 248) (Joshua Sennett, Mark Sherriff) (2010)    
  • Making contact with the forgotten k-12 influence - are you smarter than your 5th grader? (Seite 254 - 258) (Mindy L. Hart) (2010)    
  • Report on the future of computing education summit (Seite 259 - 260) (, Jane Prey, Lucy Sanders, Heikki Topi, Joseph E. Urban) (2010)    
  • If ____________, you might be a computational thinker! (Seite 263 - 264) (Daniel D. Garcia, Colleen M. Lewis, John P. Dougherty, Matthew C. Jadud) (2010)    
  • What game developers look for in a new graduate - interviews and surveys at one game company (Seite 275 - 279) (Michael Hewner, ) (2010)    
  • Parallel computing - at the interface of high school and industry (Seite 280 - 284) (Robert A. Chesebrough, Ivan Turner) (2010)    
  • Using microlabs to teach modern distributed computing (Seite 285 - 289) (Barry L. Kurtz, Rahman Tashakkori, John J. Helfert, Michael Sage) (2010)    
  • Is teaching parallel algorithmic thinking to high school students possible? - one teacher's experience (Seite 290 - 294) (Shane Torbert, Uzi Vishkin, Ron Tzur, David J. Ellison) (2010)    
  • Introductory computing students' conceptions of illegal student-student collaboration (Seite 295 - 299) (Michael Stepp, Beth Simon) (2010)    
  • Collaborative research in computer science education - a case study (Seite 305 - 309) (, , Renée McCauley) (2010)    
  • A strategy for collaborative outreach - lessons from the CSbots project (Seite 315 - 319) (Tom Lauwers, Emily Hamner, Illah R. Nourbakhsh) (2010)    
  • Novel approaches to CS 0 with app inventor for android (Seite 325 - 326) (Ellen Spertus, Mark L. Chang, Paul Gestwicki, David Wolber) (2010)    
  • Effective delivery of computing curriculum in middle school - challenges and solutions (Seite 327 - 328) (Youwen Ouyang, Ursula Wolz, Susan H. Rodger) (2010)    
  • Re-imagining the first year of computing (Seite 329 - 330) (Owen L. Astrachan, Kathleen Haynie, Chris Stephenson, Lien Diaz, Amy Briggs) (2010)    
  • Peer review in CS2 - conceptual learning (Seite 331 - 335) (Scott A. Turner, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Stephen H. Edwards, Joseph Chase) (2010)    
  • Turning exams into a learning experience (Seite 336 - 340) (Benjamin Yu, George Tsiknis, Meghan Allen) (2010)    
  • Experience report - peer instruction in introductory computing (Seite 341 - 345) (Beth Simon, Michael Kohanfars, Jeff Lee, Karen Tamayo, Quintin I. Cutts) (2010)    
  • How programming environment shapes perception, learning and goals - logo vs. scratch (Seite 346 - 350) (Colleen M. Lewis) (2010)    
  • Teaching computational thinking through musical live coding in scratch (Seite 351 - 355) (S. Alex Ruthmann, Jesse M. Heines, Gena R. Greher, Paul Laidler, Charles Saulters II) (2010)    
  • Scratching middle schoolers' creative itch (Seite 356 - 360) (Joel C. Adams) (2010)    
  • A simple machine simulator for teaching stack frames (Seite 361 - 365) (Dino Schweitzer, Jeff Boleng) (2010)    
  • Monetary values - double trouble or dollars and sense? (Seite 376 - 380) (Aaron M. Tenenbaum, Gerald Weiss, David M. Arnow) (2010)    
  • The baffling CS notions of "as-if" and "don't-care" (Seite 385 - 389) (David Ginat) (2010)    
  • Computational thinking in high school courses (Seite 390 - 391) (Vicki H. Allan, Valerie Barr, Dennis Brylow, Susanne E. Hambrusch) (2010)    
  • Some developments in mathematical thinking for computer science education since computing curricula 2001 (Seite 392 - 393) (Doug Baldwin, Bill Marion, Murali Sitaraman, Cinda Heeren) (2010)    
  • Rediscovering the passion, beauty, joy, and awe - making computing fun again, part 3 (Seite 394 - 395) (Daniel D. Garcia, Gail Chapman, , Maggie Johnson, Leigh Ann Sudol) (2010)    
  • Undergraduate computer science education in China (Seite 396 - 400) (Ming Zhang 0004, Virginia Mary Lo) (2010)    
  • Peerwise - replication study of a student-collaborative self-testing web service in a u.s. setting (Seite 421 - 425) (Paul Denny, , Beth Simon) (2010)    
  • How interactive multimedia authoring transforms object-oriented thinking (Seite 426 - 430) (Timothy T. Yuen, Min Liu) (2010)    
  • Manipulating mindset to positively influence introductory programming performance (Seite 431 - 435) (Quintin I. Cutts, Emily Cutts, Stephen Draper, Patrick O'Donnell, Peter Saffrey) (2010)    
  • Analyzing test items - using item response theory to validate assessments (Seite 436 - 440) (Leigh Ann Sudol, Cassandra Studer) (2010)    
  • An advanced assessment tool and process (Seite 451 - 454) (Legand L. Burge III, Ronald J. Leach) (2010)    
  • Computer science illustrated - engaging visual aids for computer science education (Seite 465 - 469) (Ketrina Yim, Daniel D. Garcia, Sally Ahn) (2010)    
  • Using You Tube to enhance student class preparation in an introductory Java course (Seite 470 - 474) (Martin C. Carlisle) (2010)    
  • Building an online educational community for algorithm visualization (Seite 475 - 476) (Clifford A. Shaffer, Thomas L. Naps, Susan H. Rodger, Stephen H. Edwards) (2010)    
  • Nifty assignments (Seite 478 - 479) (Nick Parlante, Julie Zelenski, Zachary Dodds, Wynn Vonnegut, David J. Malan, Thomas P. Murtagh, Todd W. Neller, Mark Sherriff, Daniel Zingaro) (2010)    
  • Teaching operating systems using virtual appliances and distributed version control (Seite 480 - 484) (Oren Laadan, Jason Nieh, Nicolas Viennot) (2010)    
  • Linux kernel projects for an undergraduate operating systems course (Seite 485 - 489) (Rob Hess, Paul Paulson) (2010)    
  • Teaching operating systems - windows kernel projects (Seite 490 - 494) (Alexander Schmidt 0001, Andreas Polze, Dave Probert) (2010)    
  • Evaluating the impact of PBL and tablet PCs in an algorithms and computer programming course (Seite 495 - 499) (Ana Paula Ambrosio, Fábio M. Costa) (2010)    
  • Does studio-based instruction work in CS 1? - an empirical comparison with a traditional approach (Seite 500 - 504) (Christopher D. Hundhausen, Anukrati Agrawal, Dana Fairbrother, Michael Trevisan) (2010)    
  • Implementing studio-based learning in CS2 (Seite 505 - 509) (T. Dean Hendrix, Lakshman Myneni, N. Hari Narayanan, Margaret Ross) (2010)    
  • Performance of python CS1 students in mid-level non-python CS courses (Seite 520 - 523) (Richard J. Enbody, William F. Punch) (2010)    
  • Integrating sustainability into undergraduate computing education (Seite 524 - 528) (Yu Cai) (2010)    
  • An approach to integrating ICTD projects into an undergraduate curriculum (Seite 529 - 533) (Richard J. Anderson, Ruth E. Anderson, Gaetano Borriello, Joyojeet Pal) (2010)    
  • Closed labs in computer science I revisited in the context of online testing (Seite 539 - 543) (Amruth N. Kumar) (2010)    
  • How do computing faculty adopt curriculum innovations? - the story from instructors (Seite 544 - 548) (Lijun Ni, Tom McKlin, ) (2010)    
  • CS1, arcade games and the free Java book (Seite 549 - 553) (Daniel L. Schuster) (2010)    
  • Suddenly, all computing is parallel - seizing opportunity amid the clamor (Seite 560 - 560) (Michael Wrinn) (2010)    

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LokalAuf dem WWW Useful sharing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 314 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Building server-side web language processors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 325 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Frances: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 624 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Do roadshows work?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 2022 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Connecting k-16 curriculum & policy: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 442 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating evaluation into program development: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1069 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Use of satellite imagery in multidisciplinary projects: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 912 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW MPCT: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1059 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computational thinking for the sciences: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 393 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Expanding the frontiers of computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 418 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Variations on a theme: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 401 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using the imagine cup SDI as the foundation for computer science capstone projects: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 398 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching communication, leadership, and the social context of computing via a consulting course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 436 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Digital visualization tools improve teaching 3D character modeling: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 2409 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching web information retrieval to undergraduates: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 381 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing a validated assessment of fundamental CS1 concepts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 350 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Educating the next generation of spammers: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 298 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching the principles of the hacker curriculum to undergraduates: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 528 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Understanding NSF funding opportunities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 372 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A web service-oriented approach to teaching CS/IS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 576 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching computer networks in a real network: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 369 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW IPsecLite: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1110 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching simplified network protocols: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 412 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Broadening student enthusiasm for computer science with a great insights course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 311 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Coaching via cognitive apprenticeship: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 421 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The design of an online environment to support pedagogical code reviews: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 531 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A visualization tool for tutoring the interactive learning of data structures and algorithmic schemes: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Comparing alice, greenfoot & scratch: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 377 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Recognizing the most influential CS education papers: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 366 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Science education for the 21st century: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 313 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Braided teaching in secondary CS education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 467 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Writing in an upper-level CS course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 447 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Design and evaluation of a computer science and engineering course for middle school girls: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 2281 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Compatibility of partnered students in computer science education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 425 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Making contact with the forgotten k-12 influence: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 554 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Report on the future of computing education summit: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 377 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW If ____________, you might be a computational thinker!: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 356 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW What game developers look for in a new graduate: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 352 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Parallel computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 412 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using microlabs to teach modern distributed computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 437 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Is teaching parallel algorithmic thinking to high school students possible?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 328 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Introductory computing students' conceptions of illegal student-student collaboration: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 490 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Collaborative research in computer science education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 402 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A strategy for collaborative outreach: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 474 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Novel approaches to CS 0 with app inventor for android: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 384 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Effective delivery of computing curriculum in middle school: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 391 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Re-imagining the first year of computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 364 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Peer review in CS2: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 445 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Turning exams into a learning experience: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 402 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experience report: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 817 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How programming environment shapes perception, learning and goals: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 539 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching computational thinking through musical live coding in scratch: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 752 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Scratching middle schoolers' creative itch: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 560 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A simple machine simulator for teaching stack frames: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 470 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Monetary values: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 417 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The baffling CS notions of "as-if" and "don't-care": Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 477 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computational thinking in high school courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 386 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Some developments in mathematical thinking for computer science education since computing curricula 2001: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 373 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Rediscovering the passion, beauty, joy, and awe: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 410 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Undergraduate computer science education in China: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 458 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Peerwise: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 448 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How interactive multimedia authoring transforms object-oriented thinking: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 400 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Manipulating mindset to positively influence introductory programming performance: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 496 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Analyzing test items: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 429 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An advanced assessment tool and process: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 488 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science illustrated: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 686 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using You Tube to enhance student class preparation in an introductory Java course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 483 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Building an online educational community for algorithm visualization: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 319 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Nifty assignments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 370 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching operating systems using virtual appliances and distributed version control: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 348 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Linux kernel projects for an undergraduate operating systems course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 325 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching operating systems: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 918 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Evaluating the impact of PBL and tablet PCs in an algorithms and computer programming course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 550 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Does studio-based instruction work in CS 1?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 430 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Implementing studio-based learning in CS2: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 511 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Performance of python CS1 students in mid-level non-python CS courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 380 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating sustainability into undergraduate computing education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 440 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An approach to integrating ICTD projects into an undergraduate curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 405 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Closed labs in computer science I revisited in the context of online testing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 441 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How do computing faculty adopt curriculum innovations?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 413 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS1, arcade games and the free Java book: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 451 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Suddenly, all computing is parallel: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 319 kByte; WWW: Link OK )

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