9. ITiCSE 2004:
UK Roger D. Boyle, Martyn Clark, Amruth Kumar (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 9th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2004, Leeds, UK, June 28-30, 2004.
ACM 2004, ISBN 1-58113-836-9
- Dave Cliff:
Teaching about natural systems, the next generation of computers, and the generation after that?
- Keith Mander:
Back to the future?
- Susan Stepney:
Teaching post-classical computation: (extended abstract).
Teaching advanced CS topics
Online and electronic learning
CS education research 1
Teaching elementary topics
On-line feedback & assessment
Advanced CS 2
CS education research 2
Technology in CS education
- Roberto E. Lopez-Herrejon, Morrie Schulman:
Using interactive technology in a short java course: an experience report.
- Rocky K. C. Chang:
Teaching computer networking with the help of personal computer networks.
- Beth Simon, Ruth E. Anderson, Crystal Hoyer, Jonathan Su:
Preliminary experiences with a tablet PC based system to support active learning in computer science courses.
- Guido Rößling, Christoph Trompler, Max Mühlhäuser, Susanne Köbler, Susanne Wolf:
Enhancing classroom lectures with digital sliding blackboards.
- Shazia Wasim Sadiq, Maria E. Orlowska, Wasim Sadiq, Joe Y.-C. Lin:
SQLator: an online SQL learning workbench.
The relationship between CS education research and the SIGCSE community
What do we mean by theoretically sound research in computer science education?
Poster session 1
Poster session 2
Poster session 3
Poster session 4
Poster session 5
- Steve Cunningham, Ernest L. McDuffie, Harriet G. Taylor:
The US national science foundation and the ITiCSE effort.
- Martha J. Kosa, Mark A. Boshart:
Treemap visualizations for CS2.
- Sita Ramakrishnan, Ashley Cambrell:
Service based framework for knowledge portals.
- Mohamed Hamada, Kazuhiko Shiina:
A classroom experiment for teaching automata.
- Eduardo Argollo, Mauricio Hanzich, Diego Mostaccio, Germán Bianchini, Paula Cecilia Fritzsche, Ferran Bonàs, Emilio Luque, Juan C. Moure, Dolores Rexachs:
Graduate students learning strategies through research collaboration.
- Chuck Leska:
Introducing undergraduates to programming using robots in the general education curriculum.
- Günter Tusch, Paul Leidig, Greg Wolffe, David Elrod, Carl Strebel:
Technology infrastructure supporting a medical & bioinformatics masters degree.
Demonstrations session 1
Demonstrations session 2
Demonstrations session 3
Demonstrations session 4
Tips and techniques
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