Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Herbert L. Dershem
(Ed.): Proceedings of the 19st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1988, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, February 25-26, 1988.
Dale A. Brown
: Requiring CS1 students to write requirements specifications: a rationale, implementation suggestions, and a case study.
Jerud J. Mead
: The multiuser calculator: an operating system project.
Laurie Honour Werth
: Integrating software engineering into an intermediate programming class.
George M. Whitson
: An introduction to the parallel distributed processing model of cognition and some examples of how it is changing the teaching of artificial intelligence.
: The role of mathematics in the computer science curriculum.
: Choosing group projects for advanced systems courses.
: Introducing knowledge-based projects in a systems development course.
Gayle J. Yaverbaum
: Requirement methods: a graduate level course that integrates software engineering principles with information systems theory.
Helen Duerr Hays
: Interactive graphics: a tool for beginning programming students in discovering solutions to novel problems.
: A simple technique to motivate structured programming.
Barry J. Donahue
: Using assembly language to teach concepts in the introductory course.
Charles P. Howerton
: "Cactus Systems": a computer science practicum that is more than a capstone.
David A. Scanlan
: Should short, relatively complex algorithms be taught using both graphical and verbal methods? Six replications.
David F. Haas
: Teaching database using a real DBMS: experience with INGRES.
Jan L. Harrington
: The computer background of incoming freshman: looking for emerging trends.
, James Benjamin
: The impact of menus and command-level feedback on learners' acquisition of data base language skills.
Terrence W. Pratt
: Teaching programming: a new approach based on analysis skills.
: Learning recursion as a concept and as a programming technique.
H. Willis Means
: A content analysis of ten introduction to programming textbooks.
Donald J. Bagert
: Should computer science examinations contain "programming" problems?
David M. Olson
: The reliability of analytic and holistic methods in rating students' computer programs.
Peter D. Smith
: Computing trends in small liberal arts colleges.
Pierre A. von Kaenel
: Microprogramming a watch: tools for a course in computer organization.