1. ITiCSE 1996:
Spain Lillian (Boots) Cassel (Ed.):
Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference on Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 1996, Barcelona, Spain, 2-6 June, 1996.
ACM 1996, ISBN 0-89791-844-4
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- A. David Marshall, Stephen Hurley:
Interactive hypermedia courseware for the World Wide Web.
- Doug Baldwin:
Three years' experience with gateway labs.
- Stephen J. Hartley:
A hypermedia lab manual for operating systems: using the network to teach.
- B. Lees, J. Cowie:
Applying natural language technology to the learning of operating systems functions.
- Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, Cheng-Chih Wu, Guey-Fa Chiou:
Critical concepts in the development of courseware for CS closed laboratories.
- Deborah Knox:
Historical perspectives of computing: an introductory lab for browsing on the World Wide Web.
- Jane Chu Prey:
Cooperative learning and closed laboratories in an undergraduate computer science curriculum.
- Sami Khuri, Jason Williams:
Neuralis: an artificial neural network package.
- Ken Brodlie, Jason Wood, Helen Wright:
Scientific visualization - some novel approaches to learning.
- Paul S. Coe, Laurence M. Williams, Roland N. Ibbett:
An interactive environment for the teaching of computer architecture.
- Ricardo Jiménez-Peris, Cristóbal Pareja-Flores, Marta Patiño-Martínez, J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide:
Graphical visualization of the evaluation of functional programs.
- David Jackson, Ian G. Morton:
Algorithm animation of neural networks.
- Viera K. Proulx, Richard Rasala, Harriet J. Fell:
Foundations of computer science: what are they and how do we teach them?
- Blaise W. Liffick, Robert Aiken:
A novice programmer's support environment.
- Jeffrey J. McConnell:
Active learning and its use in computer science.
- David Finkel, Craig E. Wills:
Computer supported peer learning in an introductory computer science course.
- Ursula Wolz, Scott Weisgarber, Daniel Domen, Michael McAuliffe:
Teaching introductory programming in the multi-media world.
- Mark Woodman, Simon Holland:
From software user to software author: an initial pedagogy for introductory object-oriented computing.
- David Mutchler, Cary Laxer:
Using multimedia and GUI programming in CS 1.
- Thomas L. Naps:
Algorithm visualization served off the World Wide Web: why and how.
- Susan H. Rodger:
Integrating animations into courses.
- Judith D. Wilson, Robert M. Aiken, Irvin R. Katz:
Review of animation systems for algorithm understanding.
- Eric Roberts:
Tools for creating portable demonstration programs.
- Chris J. Pilgrim, Ying K. Leung:
Appropriate use of the Internet in computer science courses.
- Pamela B. Lawhead, Kathryn F. Gates:
Managing the development of a web-based project.
- Val E. Veraart, S. L. Wright:
Using CD-ROMs and local Web pages to provide course materials for distance-students.
- David M. Arnow, Dayton Clark:
Extending the conversation: integrating email and Web technology in CS programming classes.
- José Eduardo Pina Miranda, Jorge Sousa Pinto:
Using Internet technology for course support.
- G. Scott Owen:
Integrating World Wide Web technology into undergraduate education.
- Douglas Siviter:
Computer assistance for managing educational resources and managing collaborative educational processes.
- Catherine M. Beise:
Integrating Internet tools into the soft side of informatics education.
- Helen Sharp, Pat Hall:
A multi-media approach to providing software project experience for postgraduate students.
- Paul Marsden, Mark O'Connell:
MuPMoTT: a multimedia based tool supporting the teaching of process modelling within a framework of structured system analysis.
- Ainslie E. Ellis:
Design, implementation and testing techniques for multimedia industrial experience projects.
- Linda Carswell, David Benyon:
An adventure game approach to multimedia distance education.
- Nguyen Vi Cao, Atika Laribi, Michel Léonard, Olivier Parchet, Catherine Zellweger:
Integrating CSCW in a cooperative learning environment to teach information systems.
- Mary J. Granger, Joyce Currie Little:
Integrating CASE tools into the CS/CIS curriculum.
- Krzysztof Goczyla, Stanislaw Szejko:
Software quality lab in the informatics option of Gdañsk TU electronics faculty.
- Margaret M. McManus:
Gathering together through groupware in an MA program.
- David Jones:
Computing by distance education: problems and solutions.
- Pete Thomas, Linda Carswell, Marian Petre, Barbara Poniatowska, Blaine Price, Judy Emms:
Distance education over the Internet.
- James E. Miller:
Mistakes to avoid in the introduction of compressed video.
- Kurt Maly, J. Christian Wild, C. Michael Overstreet, Hussein M. Abdel-Wahab, A. Gupta, Alaa Youssef, Emilia Stoica, R. Talla, A. Prabhu:
Interactive remote instruction: initial experiences.
- Emilio Luque, Joan Sorribes, Remo Suppi, Eduardo César, J. Falguera, M. Serrano:
Parallel systems development in education: a guided method.
- Jan Kwiatkowski, Marek Andruszkiewicz, Emilio Luque, Tomàs Margalef, José C. Cunha, João Lourenço, Henryk Krawczyk, Stanislaw Szejko:
Teaching parallel processing: development of curriculum and software tools.
- Willis F. Marti, Udo W. Pooch, John A. Hamilton Jr.:
PACKET tracing: a new paradigm for teaching computer network courses.
- Margaret M. McManus, Catherine M. Beise, John A. Cross, John Saunders, Michael B. Twidale:
Challenges of using groupware to teach groupware.
- Deborah Knox, Ursula Wolz, Daniel T. Joyce, Elliot B. Koffman, Joan Krone, Atika Laribi, J. Paul Myers, Viera K. Proulx, Kenneth A. Reek:
Use of laboratories in computer science education: guidelines for good practice: report of the working group on computing laboratories.
- Elizabeth S. Adams, Linda Carswell, Amruth Kumar, Jeanine Meyer, Ainslie Ellis, Patrick Hall, John Motil:
Interactive multimedia pedagogies: report of the working group on interactive multimedia pedagogy.
- Joe Bergin, Ken Brodie, Marta Patiño-Martínez, Myles F. McNally, Thomas L. Naps, Susan H. Rodger, Judith Wilson, Michael Goldweber, Sami Khuri, Ricardo Jiménez-Peris:
An overview of visualization: its use and design: report of the working group in visualization.
- Vicki L. Almstrum, Nell B. Dale, Anders Berglund, Mary J. Granger, Joyce Currie Little, Diane M. Miller, Marian Petre, Paul Schragger, Frederick N. Springsteel:
Evaluation: turning technology from toy to tool: report of the working group on evaluation.
- Stephen Hartley, Jill Gerhardt-Powals, David Jones, Colin McCormack, Mary Dee Medley, Blaine Price, Margaret Reek, Marguerite K. Summers:
Enhancing teaching using the Internet: report of the working group on the World Wide Web as an interactive teaching resource.
- Elizabeth S. Adams:
Teaching with technology at my fingertips.
- Ricardo Jiménez-Peris, Marta Patiño-Martínez, Jesús M. Milán-Franco:
DD-Mod: a library for teaching distributed programming.
- Joan Batlle, Joan Martí, Lluìs Pacheco:
A built-in educational platform for integrating computer engineering technologies.
- Bunny J. Tjaden:
How visual software influences learning in college students.
- Harriet G. Taylor:
Integrating multimedia and telecommunications laboratory experiences into teacher education.
- Kathleen Wohlgehagen, Cathleen Norris:
Computer-based high school algebra I.
- Alexander Schill:
Interdisciplinary teleteaching based on WWW and Internet.
- Joan Krone:
Using symbolic computation for teaching data structures and algorithm analysis.
- Michael Goldweber:
Proposal for an on-line computer science courseware review.
- Elena Andreeva, Igor Gushchin:
Informatics in an advanced mathematical high school.
- J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide, Ana Maria Cosias Rincon, Nuria Llorente Fernanadez:
An inexpensive programming toolset for algorithm development.
- John Motil:
Desktop teaching: on the students desk.
- John Rosbottom, Adrian Meads:
Interactive tutorials on the World Wide Web.
- Myles F. McNally:
Using visualization in teaching data structures and algorithms.
- Sheila E. Castaneda:
Windows-based applications in Visual Basic using project teams.
- Cheng-Chih Wu, Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, Guey-Fa Chiou:
Visualizing recursion and linked lists.
- Mary Johansen, Jason Kapusta, Doug Baldwin:
Interactive learning with gateway labs.
- Ricardo Jiménez-Peris, Marta Patiño-Martínez:
A Modula-2 interpreter/visualizer.
- David Jones:
RCOS.java: an animated operating system for computer science education.
- Kenneth H. Jacker:
Tkined/scotty: tools for network documentation, monitoring and troubleshooting.
- Colin Pattinson:
Network management teaching - managing a simulated network.
- Najib Nadi:
Simulation programs for studying computer organization.
- J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide:
HIPE: a Turbo-like environment for functional programming.
- Douglas Hainline:
DATATUTOR: a package for teaching data representation.
- Javier Sanchez, Jordi Vitria:
ViLi (Vision LISP): a software environment for teaching image processing and analysis.
- E. W. Grundke, Zhengya Zhu:
Simulator for visualizing data link layer protocols.