3. ACSE 1998:
Australia David A. Carrington (Ed.):
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE 3rd Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education, ACSE 1998, The University of Queensland, Bisbane, Queensland, Australia, July 8-10, 1998.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 3 ACM 1998, ISBN 1-58113-018-X
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- C. Dianne Martin:
Computer science in the new millennium: convergence of the technical, social and ethical.
- G. Michael McGrath, Raymond J. Offen:
Undergraduate students and the management-technology interface: a multi-disciplinary education program.
- Stanislaw P. Maj, T. Fetherston, P. Charlesworth, G. Robbins:
Computer & network infrastructure design, installation, maintenance and management - a proposed new competency based curriculum.
- Cristina Cifuentes, Anne Fitzgerald:
Introducing a legal strand in the computer science curriculum.
- Janet Verbyla, Graham Roberts:
Web technology as curriculum.
- Linda Stern:
Supporting a diverse group of casual tutors and demonstrators: one size doesn't fit all.
- A. Craig:
Peer mentoring female computing students—does it make a difference?
- James R. Warren:
Investigation of tutorials in a core computing subject.
- Angela Carbone, Dianne Hagan, Judy Sheard:
Consolidate, preserve and build: a tutor training program for a new school.
- Colin Pattinson, Tony Dacre:
A network model for network management teaching.
- Markus Holzer, Muriel Quenzer:
VisA: towards a students' green card to automata theory and formal languages.
- Damian Conway, Linda McIver:
Automated generation of hypertextual course material from plaintext.
- Wendy Doube:
Multimedia delivery of computer programming subjects: basing structure on instructional design.
- Simon Street, Albert Goodman:
Some experimental evidence on the educational value of interactive Java applets in Web-based tutorials.
- Peter Summons, Simon:
Authentication strategies for online assessments.
- Murray Pearson, Chris R. Jesshope:
Multi-campus teaching using computer networks.
- Ken Robinson:
Where are we? The year 2000 and computer science.
- Andy Cockburn, Tim Bell:
Extending HCI in the computer science curriculum.
- Judy Kay, Bob Kummerfeld:
User interface design and programming for computer science majors.
- Robert Biddle, John Miller-Williams, Ewan D. Tempero, Eduard Vaks:
Tools to aid learning reusability.
- Clinton Jeffery:
Tight spiral projects for communicating software engineering concepts.
- Tony Greening:
Computer science: through the eyes of potential students.
- Joy Teague:
Personality type, career preference and implications for computer science recruitment and teaching.
- Robert K. Allen, Kevin Bluff, Annette B. Oppenheim:
Jumping into Java: object-oriented software development for the masses.
- David Clark, Cara MacNish, Gordon F. Royle:
Java as a teaching language—opportunities, pitfalls and solutions.
- Cheng-Chih Wu, Greg C. Lee, Janet Mei-Chuen Lin:
Visualizing programming in recursion and linked lists.
- Chris Cope, Pat Horan:
Toward an understanding of teaching and learning about information systems.
- Alan Fekete, Tony Greening, Jeffrey H. Kingston:
Conveying technical content in a curriculum using problem based learning.
- Mats Daniels, Marian Petre, Anders Berglund:
Building a rigorous research agenda into changes to teaching.