7. ITiCSE 2002:
Denmark Michael E. Caspersen, Dan Joyce, Don Goelman, Ian Utting (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 7th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2002, Aarhus, Denmark, June 24-28, 2002.
ACM 2002, ISBN 1-58113-499-1
- Niklaus Wirth:
Computing science education: the road not taken.
Impact of technology
Advance CS courses
Faculty and student
Tips and techniques
- Lillian N. Cassel:
Very active learning of network routing.
- Joseph Bergin:
Teaching on the wiki web.
- William Fone:
Improving feedback from multiple choice tests.
- Tony Clear:
A diagnostic technique for addressing group performance in capstone projects.
- Robyn Gibson:
The student record book: showing the value of documentation.
- John Hamer:
A musical approach to teaching design patterns.
- Tami Lapidot:
Self-assessment as a powerful learning experience.
- Cary Laxer:
Evaluating student team project experiences.
- Alison Young, Samuel Mann:
Innovation in software engineering education.
- Donald Joyce:
Group work at postgraduate level: some issues.
- John Impagliazzo:
Integrating the history of systems software in the computing curriculum.
- Tony Clear, Graeme Foot:
Avatars in cyberspace: a Java 3D application to support formation of virtual groups.
- Kirk Scott:
MISC: the minimal instruction set computer.
- Jason N. Wyatt, Martha J. Kosa, Mark A. Boshart:
Implementing student ideas in CS2: a simple IDE.
- Deborah Knox:
CITIDEL: making resources available.
- Peter Holdfeldt, Boris Koldehofe, Carina Lindskog, Torbjörn Olsson, Wanja Petersson, Jonas Svensson, Linus Valtersson:
EnViDiA: an educational environment for visualization of distributed algorithms in virtual environments.
- Arnold Pears:
Defining a global view of CS education research.
- Christian S. Collberg, Stephen G. Kobourov, Jessica Miller, Suzanne Westbrook:
AlambdagoVista: a tool to enhance algorithm design and understanding.
- Ching-Kuang Shene:
ThreadMentor: a system for teaching multithreaded programming.
- Valentina Plekhanova, Walter Middleton:
Learning processes in software engineering projects.
- Herman Koppelman, Betsy van Dijk:
A model for a flexible, web-based course.
- Sotiris Skevoulis, Maria Falidas:
Integrating formal methods tools into undergraduate computer science curriculum.
- Christoph W. Keßler, Simin Nadjm-Tehrani:
Mid-term course evaluations with muddy cards.
- "Machshava": the Israeli National Center for high school computer science teachers.
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- Ranjana Shukla, Donald Joyce:
Conferencing technologies and online courses.
- Judy Sheard, Selby Markham:
Creating an interest in IT: a gender study.
- John Impagliazzo, Lillian (Boots) Cassel, John A. N. Lee:
ICT and digital libraries.
- Victor N. Kasyanov, Elena V. Kasianova:
Web-based systems for supporting computer-science teaching and learning.
- Mario A. Garcia, Holly Patterson McNeill:
Learning how to develop software using the toy LEGO mindstorms.
- Brad Richards:
Illustrating networking concepts with wireless handheld devices.
- Madeleine Schep, Nieves McNulty:
Experiences with using robots in an all-female programming class.
- Sita Ramakrishnan:
DoIT: dynamic curriculum organisation by innovation through technology.
- Avare Stewart, Parviz Kermani, Magda Mourad:
MediaMime: after-the-fact authoring annotation system for an e-learning environment.
- Vassilios Dagdilelis, Maya Satratzemi, Georgios Evangelidis:
What they really do?: attempting (once again) to model novice programmers' behavior.
- Jan Voracek, Nina Kontro-Vesivalo:
International education in information technology.
- Karl J. Klee:
Guidelines for associate-degree programs in computer science.
- Roland N. Ibbett:
WWW visualisation of computer architecture simulations.