St. Louis, Missouri, USA
A. K. Rigler
, Daniel C. St. Clair
(Eds.): Proceedings of the 18st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1987, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, February 19-20, 1987.
: The senior information systems design project seminar.
Darleen V. Pigford
: A management system for monitoring and assessing the group-oriented database project.
Judith D. Wilson
: Entity-relationship diagrams and English: an analysis of some problems encountered in a database design course.
: A comparison of concurrent languages: a class project.
: Mathematics support for computing degrees: a small college perspective.
: Issuing each undergraduate student a personal computer: living with it for three years.
: Leadership style vs. succssus in student chief programmer teams.
Jane M. Fritz
: A pragmatic approach to systems analysis and design.
R. Waldo Roth
, Arthur White
: Dealing with disparate audiences in computer science courses using a project group within a traditional class.
James S. Jones
: Participatory teaching methods in computer science.
Henry S. Austin
: Predictors of Pascal programming achievement for community college students.
Linda L. Deneen
: The contour model as an instructional tool in elementary computer science courses.
Judith D. Wilson
: A Socratic approach to helping novice programmers debug programs.
John L. Donaldson
: Teaching operating systems in a virtual machine environment.
James L. Wolfe
: Operating system projects on two simulated machines.
James S. Collofello
: Teaching technical reviews in a one-semester software engineering course.
Doris L. Carver
: Recommendations for software engineering education.
: Distribution of software engineering concepts beyond the software engineering course.
John G. Meinke
: Augmenting a software engineering projects course with oral and written communication.
: A course in computer systems planning.
Roger E. Franklin Jr.
: What academic impact are high school computing courses having on the entry-level college computer science curriculum?
Ian H. Witten
: A course on "expert systems" for electrical engineering students.
Walter E. Brown
: A case study of programming with abstract data types in a data structures course.
David A. Scanlan
: Data-structures students may prefer to learn algorithms using graphical methods.
: Algorithm animator: a tool for programming learning.
: Prolog in the automation of the semantic component.
G. Scott Owen
: Using Ada on microcomputers in the undergraduate curriculum.
Mario A. Figueroa
: The control of a toy robot ARM: a real time programming experience.
Brian D. Monahan
: Computer science as the focus of a secondary school magnet program.
Joseph W. Rigler
: Extra-disciplinary curriculum: analysis of the presentation of legal materials to computer science students.
Nancy L. Hagelhans
: A computer science/mathematics major for liberal arts colleges.
H. Willis Means
: A content analysis of six introduction to computer science textbooks.
John L. Donaldson
: MicMac: a microprogram simulator for courses in computer organization.
William F. Decker
: Making concepts and phenomena visual in machine and assembly language programming.
: An application to support a course in numerical analysis.
Janet M. Cook
: Defining ethical and unethical student behaviors using departmental regulations and sanctions.
: An industrial advisory council for a computer science department: a case study.
: Spreadsheets and databases - alternatives to programming for non-computer science majors.
John T. Peterson
: Goals for and lessons from a computer literacy course.
Clark B. Archer
: A Monte Carlo comparison of the binary and interpolation search algorithms.
Don C. Stone
: A modular approach to program visualization in computer science instruction.
Gene L. Fisher
: Student-oriented features of an interactive programming environment.