February 2008 J. D. Dougherty, Susan H. Rodger, Sue Fitzgerald, Mark Guzdial (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE 2008, Portland, OR, USA, March 12-15, 2008.
ACM 2008, ISBN 978-1-59593-799-5
June 2008 Invited editorial
- Tony Clear:
Global collaboration in course delivery: are we there yet?
Community college corner
- Heikki Topi:
Role of information systems as a business discipline.
- Elizabeth K. Hawthorne:
Revising the guidelines for associate-degree transfer curriculum in computer science.
Upsilon Pi Epsilon
- Judith Gal-Ezer:
Online courses: North Carolina business and IT courses: a case study.
- Henry Neeman, Horst Severini, Dee Wu:
Supercomputing in plain english: teaching cyberinfrastructure to computing novices.
- A. Barbara Ainsworth, Judithe Sheard, Chris Avram:
The Monash Museum of Computing History: part 1.
- Marco A. Alvarez, José Baiocchi, José Antonio Pow Sang:
Computing and higher education in Peru.
- Orit Hazzan:
Reflections on teaching abstraction and other soft ideas.
- Axel-Tobias Schreiner, James E. Heliotis:
Sudoku: a little lesson in OOP.
- Daniel S. Spiegel, Lisa M. Frye, Linda L. Day:
Issues in the instantiation of template classes.
- Timothy J. Rolfe:
Perverse and foolish oft I strayed.
- Barry Goluboff:
A denotational tracing domain for C++ programs.
- Torben Lorenzen, Abdul Sattar:
Objects first using Alice to introduce object constructs in CS1.
- Jeffrey A. Stone, Elinor M. Madigan:
The impact of providing project choices in CS1.
- Andrew K. Lui, Yannie H. Y. Cheung, Siu Cheung Li:
Leveraging students' programming laboratory work as worked examples.
- David B. Sher:
A visual proof for an average case of list searching.
- Carol Masuck, Jim Alves-Foss, Paul W. Oman:
Analysis of fault models for student use.
- Amruth Kumar, Patricia A. Joseph, Michael Goldweber, Paul J. Wagner:
Reviewing the SIGCSE reviewing process.
- Kelly Vandever:
Teaching the business of software development.
- Norman Jacobson, Suzanne K. Schaefer:
Pair programming in CS1: overcoming objections to its adoption.
- Chetan Desai, David Janzen, Kyle Savage:
A survey of evidence for test-driven development in academia.
- David Poe, Christine Hansen, Kellie McGowan, Gautam Singh:
Refining educational content through a closed-loop FLOW approach.
- Ali Rafieymehr:
Kids in Computing (K.I.C.): is there a solution to solve the computer science enrollment problem?
- Carol Edmondson:
Real women don't write programs.
- John D. N. Dionisio, Kam D. Dahlquist:
Improving the computer science in bioinformatics through open source pedagogy.
- Daryl H. Hepting, Lijuan Peng, Timothy Maciag, David Gerhard, Brien Maguire:
Creating synergy between usability courses and open source software projects.
- Wendy Zhang, Theresa Beaubouef:
Geographic information systems: real world applications for computer science.
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- Norman Sanders:
An industry perspective on the beginnings of CAD.