USA Robert A. Barrett, Maynard J. Mansfield (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 20st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1989, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, February 23-24, 1989.
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- Larry Brumbaugh:
An undergraduate course in applied data communications.
- Larry Hughes:
Low-cost networks and gateways for teaching data communications.
- Margaret M. Reek:
An undergraduate concentration in networking and distributed systems.
- Jacobo Carrasquel, Jim Roberts, John Pane:
The design tree: a visual approach to top-down design and data flow.
- Rex E. Gantenbein:
Programming as process: a "Novel" approach to teaching programming.
- Peter B. Henderson, Francisco J. Romero:
Teaching recursion as a problem-solving tool using standard ML.
- Janet Hartman:
Writing to learn and communicate in a data structures course.
- Laurie Honour Werth:
Preparing students for programming-in-the-large.
- Judith D. Wilson, Newcomb Greenleaf, Robert Trenary:
Algorithms and software: integrating theory and practice in the undergraduate computer science curriculum.
- Galen B. Crow:
Defining educational policy on software usage in the light of copyright law.
- Freeman L. Moore, James T. Streib:
Identifying the gaps between education and training.
- Robert E. Beck, Lillian N. Cassel, Richard H. Austing:
Computer science: a core discipline of liberal arts and sciences.
- Ashok Kumar, John Beidler:
Using generics modules to enhance the CS2 course.
- Joseph E. Lang, Robert K. Maruyama:
Teaching the abstract data type in CS2.
- Donald L. Jordan:
Integrating desktop publishing into a systems analysis and design course.
- Charles H. Mawhinney, David R. Callaghan, Edward G. Cale Jr.:
Modifying freshman perception of the CIS graduate's workstyle.
- Leslie J. Waguespack Jr.:
An IS1 workbench for ACM information system curriculum '81.
- Robert Leeper:
Progressive project assignments in computer courses.
- Ivan B. Liss, Thomas C. McMillan:
An example illustrating modularity, abstraction & information hiding using.
- Michael Britt:
APEX1, a library of dynamic programming examples.
- Michael M. Delaney:
Testing student micro computer skills through direct computer use.
- Linda M. Null, Johnny Wong:
A unified approach for multilevel database security based on inference engines.
- Kenneth A. Reek:
The TRY system -or- how to avoid testing student programs.
- Ernest C. Ackermann, William R. Pope:
Computer aided program design experiments: diagrammatic versus textual material.
- Barbee T. Mynatt, Laura M. Leventhal:
A CASE primer for computer science educators.
- James R. Sidbury, Richard M. Plishka, John Beidler:
CASE and the undergraduate curriculum.
- William Mitchell:
What is to become of programming?
- Dino Schweitzer, Scott C. Teel:
AIDE: an automated tool for teaching design in an introductory programming course.
- Leslie J. Waguespack Jr.:
Visual metaphors for teaching programming concepts.
- Raymond D. Gumb:
A first course in program verification and the semantics of programming languages.
- Linda M. Northrop:
Success with the project-intensive model for an undergraduate software engineering course.
- Patricia B. van Verth, Lynne Bakalik, Margaret Kilcoyne:
Use of the Cloze procedure in testing a model of complexity.
- Donald J. Bagert:
A core course in computer theory: design and implementation issues.
- Mark Smotherman:
Examining compiled code.
- Daniel C. Hyde:
A parallel processing course for undergraduates.
- Bob P. Weems:
Operations on sets of intervals - an exercise for data structures or algorithms.
- J. Paul Myers Jr.:
The new generation of computer literacy.
- James S. Collofello:
Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course.
- Linda Rising:
Removing the emphasis on coding in a course on software engineering.
- David F. Haas, Leslie J. Waguespack Jr.:
Sizing assignments: a contribution from software engineering to computer science education.
- Harriet G. Taylor, Luegina C. Mounfield:
The effect of high school computer science, gender, and work on success in college computer science.
- James D. Kiper, Bill Rouse, Douglas Troy:
Inservice education of high school computer science teachers.
- Leonard A. Larsen:
Laying the foundations for computer science.
- Leon E. Winslow, Joseph E. Lang:
Ada in CS1.
- G. Scott Owen:
An Ada-based software engineering course.
- James L. Silver:
Concurrent programming in an upper level operating systems course.
- Charles M. Shub:
Performance experiments for the performance course.
- Joseph Hummel:
Xinu/WU: an improved PC-Xinu clone?
- Malcolm G. Lane, Anjan k. Ghosal:
MPX-PC: an operating system project for the PC.
- Kenneth A. Lambert:
A language-only course in LISP with PC scheme.
- Norman E. Sondak, Vernon K. Sondak:
Neural networks and artificial intelligence.
- Mark B. Wells, Barry L. Kurtz:
Teaching multiple programming paradigms: a proposal for a paradigm general pseudocode.
- Paul A. Luker:
Never mind the language, what about the paradigm?
- J. Wey Chen:
Toward an ideal competency-based computer science teacher certification program: the Delphi approach.
- Philip L. Miller:
A software rotation for professional teachers.
- Newcomb Greenleaf:
Algorithms and proofs: mathematics in the computing curriculum.
- William A. Marion:
Discrete mathematics for computer science majors - where are we? How do we proceed?
- Michael K. Mahoney:
Implementing a GKS-like graphics package on a microcomputer.
- G. Scott Owen:
Teaching introductory and advanced computer graphics using micro-computers.