Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Joyce Currie Little
, Lillian N. Cassel
(Eds.): Proceedings of the 17st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1986, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, February 6-7, 1986.
Judith D. Wilson
: Problems teaching database design with information complexity to information systems undergraduates.
Naomi S. Baron
: The future of computer languages: implications for education.
G. Scott Owen
: Teaching of tree data structures using microcomputer graphics.
Janet M. Cook
: Increasing students security awareness: article II. What C.S. graduates don`t learn about security concepts and ethical standards.
: A senior design course for computer science.
James R. Sidbury
: A statistical analysis of the effect of discrete mathematics on the performance of computer science majors in beginning computing classes.
Laurie Honour Werth
: Predicting student performance in a beginning computer science class.
, Lawrence R. Mand
: Effects of mathematics preparation and prior language exposure on perceived performance in introductory computer science courses.
Eileen B. Entin
: Using the cloze procedure with computer programs: a deeper look.
Gerard K. Rambally
: The influence of color on program readability and comprehensibility.
: Counting nodes in binary trees.
Mark R. Ohlson
: The role and position of graphics in computer science education.
: Implementation of a university wide computer-augmented-curriculum.
Michael B. Feldman
: Modula-2 projects for an operation-systems course: racing sorts and multiple windows.
George M. Whitson
: A set of workshops for high school computer science teachers.
, Linda Null
: Design and implementation of a programming contest for high school students.
: A system to make visible the structure and execution of student programs.