Working Group Publications at ITiCSE
Working Groups have convened at the annual ITiCSE conference since its beginning in 1996. Working Group reports from ITiCSE are some of the most highly cited computing education publications.
The following reports have over 400 citations according to Google Scholar (June) 2019)
A multi-national, multi-institutional study of assessment of programming skills of first-year CS students. (2001) Michael McCracken, Vicki Almstrum, Danny Diaz, Mark Guzdial, Dianne Hagan, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant, Cary Laxer, Lynda Thomas, Ian Utting, and Tadeusz Wilusz. (827 citations: Google Scholar June 2019)
Exploring the role of visualization and engagement in computer science education. (2002) Thomas L. Naps, Guido Rößling, Vicki Almstrum, Wanda Dann, Rudolf Fleischer, Chris Hundhausen, Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi, Myles McNally, Susan Rodger, and J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide. (704 citations: Google Scholar June 2019)
A multi-national study of reading and tracing skills in novice programmers. (2004) Raymond Lister, Elizabeth S. Adams, Sue Fitzgerald, William Fone, John Hamer, Morten Lindholm, Robert McCartney, Jan Erik Moström, Kate Sanders, Otto Seppälä, Beth Simon, and Lynda Thomas. (506 citations: Google Scholar June 2019)
A survey of literature on the teaching of introductory programming. (2007) Arnold Pears, Stephen Seidman, Lauri Malmi, Linda Mannila, Elizabeth Adams, Jens Bennedsen, Marie Devlin, and James Paterson. (494 citations: Google Scholar June 2019)
The following Working Group reports have over 100 citations according to Google Scholar (June 2019)
Resources for instructors of capstone courses in computing. (2001) Tony Clear, Michael Goldweber, Frank H. Young, Paul M. Leidig, and Kirk Scott.
A road map for teaching introductory programming using LEGO© mindstorms robots. (2002) Pamela B. Lawhead, Michaele E. Duncan, Constance G. Bland, Michael Goldweber, Madeleine Schep, David J. Barnes, and Ralph G. Hollingsworth.
Addressing student cheating: definitions and solutions. (2002) Martin Dick, Judy Sheard, Cathy Bareiss, Janet Carter, Donald Joyce, Trevor Harding, and Cary Laxer.
How shall we assess this? (2003) Janet Carter, Kirsti Ala-Mutka, Ursula Fuller, Martin Dick, John English, William Fone, and Judy Sheard.
Evaluating the educational impact of visualization. (2003) Thomas Naps, Stephen Cooper, Boris Koldehofe, Charles Leska, Guido Rößling, Wanda Dann, Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi, Jarmo Rantakokko, Rockford J. Ross, Jay Anderson, Rudolf Fleischer, Marja Kuittinen, and Myles McNally.
Developing a computer science-specific learning taxonomy. (2007) Ursula Fuller, Colin G. Johnson, Tuukka Ahoniemi, Diana Cukierman, Isidoro Hernán-Losada, Jana Jackova, Essi Lahtinen, Tracy L. Lewis, Donna McGee Thompson, Charles Riedesel, and Errol Thompson.
The role of social networks in students' learning experiences. (2007) Ilaria Liccardi, Asma Ounnas, Reena Pau, Elizabeth Massey, Päivi Kinnunen, Sarah Lewthwaite, Marie-Anne Midy, and Chandan Sarkar.
Contributing student pedagogy. (2008) John Hamer, Quintin Cutts, Jana Jackova, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Robert McCartney, Helen Purchase, Charles Riedesel, Mara Saeli, Kate Sanders, and Judithe Sheard.
Computational Thinking in K-9 Education. (2014) Linda Mannila, Valentina Dagiene, Barbara Demo, Natasa Grgurina, Claudio Mirolo, Lennart Rolandsson, and Amber Settle.
Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics in Programming: Literature Review and Case Studies. (2015) Petri Ihantola, Arto Vihavainen, Alireza Ahadi, Matthew Butler, Jürgen Börstler, Stephen H. Edwards, Essi Isohanni, Ari Korhonen, Andrew Petersen, Kelly Rivers, Miguel Ángel Rubio, Judy Sheard, Bronius Skupas, Jaime Spacco, Claudia Szabo, and Daniel Toll.
The following is a list of all working group projects from 1996 to 2018.
Contrasting CS student and academic perspectives and experiences of student engagement. Michael Morgan, Matthew Butler, Jane Sinclair, Christabel Gonsalvez, and Neena Thota.
Global perspectives on cybersecurity education for 2030: a case for a meta-discipline. Allen Parrish, John Impagliazzo, Rajendra K. Raj, Henrique Santos, Muhammad Rizwan Asghar, Audun Jøsang, Teresa Pereira, and Eliana Stavrou.
Introductory programming: a systematic literature review. Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Simon, Ibrahim Albluwi, Brett A. Becker, Michail Giannakos, Amruth N. Kumar, Linda Ott, James Paterson, Michael James Scott, Judy Sheard, and Claudia Szabo.
An international investigation into student concerns regarding transition into higher education computing. Mark Zarb, Bedour Alshaigy, Dennis Bouvier, Richard Glassey, Janet Hughes, and Charles Riedesel.
Cloud computing: developing contemporary computer science curriculum for a cloud-first future. Derek Foster, Laurie White, Joshua Adams, D. Cenk Erdil, Harvey Hyman, Stan Kurkovsky, Majd Sakr, and Lee Stott.
Modelling competencies for computing education beyond 2020: a research based approach to defining competencies in the computing disciplines. Stephen Frezza, Mats Daniels, Arnold Pears, Åsa Cajander, Viggo Kann, Amanpreet Kapoor, Roger McDermott, Anne-Kathrin Peters, Mihaela Sabin, and Charles Wallace.
Predicting academic performance: a systematic literature review. Arto Hellas, Petri Ihantola, Andrew Petersen, Vangel V. Ajanovski, Mirela Gutica, Timo Hynninen, Antti Knutas, Juho Leinonen, Chris Messom, and Soohyun Nam Liao.
The internet of things in undergraduate computer and information science education: exploring curricula and pedagogy. Barry Burd, Lecia Barker, Félix Armando Fermín Pérez, Ingrid Russell, Bill Siever, Liviana Tudor, Michael McCarthy, and Ian Pollock.
Propagating the adoption of CS educational innovations. Cynthia Taylor, Jaime Spacco, David P. Bunde, Zack Butler, Heather Bort, Christopher Lynnly Hovey, Francesco Maiorana, and Thomas Zeume.
Understanding International Benchmarks on Student Engagement: Awareness and Research Alignment from a Computer Science Perspective. Michael Morgan, Jane Sinclair, Matthew Butler, Neena Thota, Janet Fraser, Gerry Cross, and Jana Jackova.
If Memory Serves: Towards Designing and Evaluating a Game for Teaching Pointers to Undergraduate Students. Monica M. McGill, Chris Johnson, James Atlas, Durell Bouchard, Chris Messom, Ian Pollock, and Michael James Scott.
Developing Assessments to Determine Mastery of Programming Fundamentals. Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Brett A. Becker, Yingjun Cao, Roger McDermott, Claudio Mirolo, Andreas Mühling, Andrew Petersen, Kate Sanders, Simon, and Jacqueline Whalley.
"I know it when I see it" Perceptions of Code Quality: ITiCSE '17 Working Group Report. Jürgen Börstler, Harald Störrle, Daniel Toll, Jelle van Assema, Rodrigo Duran, Sara Hooshangi, Johan Jeuring, Hieke Keuning, Carsten Kleiner, and Bonnie MacKellar.
Developing a Holistic Understanding of Systems and Algorithms through Research Papers. Ali Erkan, John Barr, Tony Clear, Cruz Izu, Cristian Jose Lopez del Alamo, Hanan Mohammed, and Mahadev Nadimpalli.
Understanding the Effects of Lecturer Intervention on Computer Science Student Behaviour. Claudia Szabo, Nickolas Falkner, Antti Knutas, and Mohsen Dorodchi.
Courses, Content, and Tools for Internet of Things in Computer Science Education. Barry Burd, Lecia Barker, Monica Divitini, Felix Armando Fermin Perez, Ingrid Russell, Bill Siever, and Liviana Tudor.
Early Developmental Activities and Computing Proficiency. Quintin Cutts, Elizabeth Patitsas, Elizabeth Cole, Peter Donaldson, Bedour Alshaigy, Mirela Gutica, Arto Hellas, Edurne Larraza-Mendiluze, Robert McCartney, and Charles Riedesel.
Latin American Perspectives to Internationalize Undergraduate Information Technology Education. Mihaela Sabin, Barbara Viola, John Impagliazzo, Renzo Angles, Mariela Curiel, Paul Leger, Jorge Murillo, Hernán Nina, José Antonio Pow-Sang, and Ignacio Trejos.
Game Development for Computer Science Education. Chris Johnson, Monica McGill, Durell Bouchard, Michael K. Bradshaw, Víctor A. Bucheli, Laurence D. Merkle, Michael James Scott, Z. Sweedyk, J. Ángel, Zhiping Xiao, and Ming Zhang.
Teaching Model-Driven Software Development: A Pilot Study. Ludwik Kuzniarz and Luiz Eduardo G. Martins.
Negotiating the Maze of Academic Integrity in Computing Education. Simon, Judy Sheard, Michael Morgan, Andrew Petersen, Amber Settle, Jane Sinclair, Gerry Cross, and Charles Riedesel.
Gender Equity in Computing: International Faculty Perceptions and Current Practices. Margaret Hamilton, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Naomi Augar, Vanea Chiprianov, Eveling Castro Gutierrez, Elizabeth Vidal Duarte, Helen H. Hu, Shoba Ittyipe, Janice L. Pearce, Michael Oudshoorn, and Emma Wong.
Novice Programmers and the Problem Description Effect. Dennis Bouvier, Ellie Lovellette, John Matta, Bedour Alshaigy, Brett A. Becker, Michelle Craig, Jana Jackova, Robert McCartney, Kate Sanders, and Mark Zarb.
Understanding the benefits of game jams: Exploring the potential for engaging young learners in STEM. Allan Fowler, Johanna Pirker, Ian Pollock, Bruno Campagnola de Paula, Maria Emilia Echeveste, and Marcos J. Gómez.
Challenges and Recommendations for the Design and Conduct of Global Software Engineering Courses: A Systematic Review. Tony Clear, Sarah Beecham, John Barr, Mats Daniels, Roger McDermott, Michael Oudshoorn, Airina Savickaite, and John Noll.
Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics in Programming: Literature Review and Case Studies. Petri Ihantola, Arto Vihavainen, Alireza Ahadi, Matthew Butler, Jürgen Börstler, Stephen H. Edwards, Essi Isohanni, Ari Korhonen, Andrew Petersen, Kelly Rivers, Miguel Ángel Rubio, Judy Sheard, Bronius Skupas, Jaime Spacco, Claudia Szabo, and Daniel Toll.
A Global Snapshot of Computer Science Education in K-12 Schools. Peter Hubwieser, Michail N. Giannakos, Marc Berges, Torsten Brinda, Ira Diethelm, Johannes Magenheim, Yogendra Pal, Jana Jackova, and Egle Jasute.
Concepts in K-9 Computer Science Education. Erik Barendsen, Linda Mannila, Barbara Demo, Nataša Grgurina, Cruz Izu, Claudio Mirolo, Sue Sentance, Amber Settle, and Gabrielė Stupurienė.
New Horizons in the Assessment of Computer Science at School and Beyond: Leveraging on the ViVA Platform. Daniela Giordano, Francesco Maiorana, Andrew Paul Csizmadia, Simon Marsden, Charles Riedesel, Shitanshu Mishra, and Lina Vinikienė.
Multinational Perspectives on Information Technology from Academia and Industry. Mihaela Sabin, John Impagliazzo, Hala Alrumaih, Brenda Byers, Daina Gudoniene, Margaret Hamilton, Vsevolod Kotlyarov, Barry Lunt, James W. McGuffee, Svetlana Peltsverger, Cara Tang, Barbara Viola, and Ming Zhang.
What's in a Name?: International Interpretations of Computing Education Terminology. Simon, Alison Clear, Janet Carter, Gerry Cross, Atanas Radenski, Liviana Tudor, and Eno Tõnisson.
Computational Thinking in K-9 Education. Linda Mannila, Valentina Dagiene, Barbara Demo, Natasa Grgurina, Claudio Mirolo, Lennart Rolandsson, and Amber Settle.
Increasing Adoption of Smart Learning Content for Computer Science Education. Peter Brusilovsky, Stephen Edwards, Amruth Kumar, Lauri Malmi, Luciana Benotti, Duane Buck, Petri Ihantola, Rikki Prince, Teemu Sirkiä, Sergey Sosnovsky, Jaime Urquiza, Arto Vihavainen, and Michael Wollowski.
In-Flow Peer Review. Dave Clarke, Tony Clear, Kathi Fisler, Matthias Hauswirth, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Joe Gibbs Politz, Ville Tirronen, and Tobias Wrigstad.
Cybersecurity, women and minorities: findings and recommendations from a preliminary investigation. Rose Shumba, Kirsten Ferguson-Boucher, Elizabeth Sweedyk, Carol Taylor, Guy Franklin, Claude Turner, Corrine Sande, Gbemi Acholonu, Rebecca Bace, and Laura Hall.
A fresh look at novice programmers' performance and their teachers' expectations. Ian Utting, Allison Elliott Tew, Mike McCracken, Lynda Thomas, Dennis Bouvier, Roger Frye, James Paterson, Michael Caspersen, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant, Juha Sorva, and Tadeusz Wilusz.
The Canterbury QuestionBank: building a repository of multiple-choice CS1 and CS2 questions. Kate Sanders, Marzieh Ahmadzadeh, Tony Clear, Stephen H. Edwards, Mikey Goldweber, Chris Johnson, Raymond Lister, Robert McCartney, Elizabeth Patitsas, and Jaime Spacco.
Requirements and design strategies for open source interactive computer science eBooks. Ari Korhonen, Thomas Naps, Charles Boisvert, Pilu Crescenzi, Ville Karavirta, Linda Mannila, Bradley Miller, Briana Morrison, Susan H. Rodger, Rocky Ross, and Clifford A. Shaffer.
Academic integrity policies in a computing education context. Charles P. Riedesel, Alison L. Clear, Gerry W. Cross, Janet M. Hughes, Simon, and Henry M. Walker.
A framework for enhancing the social good in computing education: a values approach. Michael Goldweber, John Barr, Tony Clear, Renzo Davoli, Samuel Mann, Elizabeth Patitsas, and Scott Portnoff.
Teaching software modeling in computing curricula. Jürgen Börstler, Ludwik Kuzniarz, Carl Alphonce, William B. Sanders, and Michal Smialek.
Educating for mobile computing: addressing the new challenges. Barry Burd, João Paulo Barros, Chris Johnson, Stan Kurkovsky, Arnold Rosenbloom, and Nikolai Tillman.
Motivating all our students? Janet Carter, Dennis Bouvier, Rachel Cardell-Oliver, Margaret Hamilton, Stanislav Kurkovsky, Stefanie Markham, O. William McClung, Roger McDermott, Charles Riedesel, Jian Shi, and Su White.
Computer science/informatics in secondary education. Peter Hubwieser, Michal Armoni, Torsten Brinda, Valentina Dagiene, Ira Diethelm, Michail N. Giannakos, Maria Knobelsdorf, Johannes Magenheim, Roland Mittermeir, and Sigrid Schubert.
Information assurance education in two- and four-year institutions. Lance C. Pérez, Stephen Cooper, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Susanne Wetzel, Joel Brynielsson, Asim Gencer Gökce, John Impagliazzo, Youry Khmelevsky, Karl Klee, Margaret Leary, Amelia Philips, Norbert Pohlmann, Blair Taylor, and Shambhu Upadhyaya.
Tools for "contributing student learning". John Hamer, Helen C. Purchase, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, and Judithe Sheard.
Adapting moodle to better support CS education. Guido Rößling, Myles McNally, Pierluigi Crescenzi, Atanas Radenski, Petri Ihantola, and M. Gloria Sánchez-Torrubia.
ITiCSE 2010 working group report motivating our top students. Janet Carter, Su White, Karen Fraser, Stanislav Kurkovsky, Colette McCreesh, and Malcolm Wieck.
Towards information assurance (IA) curricular guidelines. Stephen Cooper, Christine Nickell, Lance C. Pérez, Brenda Oldfield, Joel Brynielsson, Asım Gencer Gökce, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Karl J. Klee, Andrea Lawrence, and Susanne Wetzel.
An introduction to program comprehension for computer science educators. Carsten Schulte, Tony Clear, Ahmad Taherkhani, Teresa Busjahn, and James H. Paterson.
Towards standards in digital forensics education. Peter Cooper, Gail T. Finley, and Petteri Kaskenpalo.
Strategies for preparing computer science students for the multicore world. Richard Brown, Elizabeth Shoop, Joel Adams, Curtis Clifton, Mark Gardner, Michael Haupt, and Peter Hinsbeeck.
Enhancing the Social Issues Components in our Computing Curriculum: Computing for the Social Good. Mikey Goldweber, Joyce Currie Little, Gerry Cross, Renzo Davoli, Charles Riedesel, Brian R. von Konsky, and Henry Walker.
An exploration of the current state of information assurance education. Stephen Cooper, Christine Nickell, Victor Piotrowski, Brenda Oldfield, Ali Abdallah, Matt Bishop, Bill Caelli, Melissa Dark, E. K. Hawthorne, Lance Hoffman, Lance C. Pérez, Charles Pfleeger, Richard Raines, Corey Schou, and Joel Brynielsson.
An evaluation of object oriented example programs in introductory programming textbooks. Jürgen Börstler, Mark S. Hall, Marie Nordström, James H. Paterson, Kate Sanders, Carsten Schulte, and Lynda Thomas.
Computing and sustainability: evaluating resources for educators. Samuel Mann, Logan Muller, Janet Davis, Claudia Roda, and Alison Young.
Naturally occurring data as research instrument: analyzing examination responses to study the novice programmer. Raymond Lister, Tony Clear, Simon, Dennis J. Bouvier, Paul Carter, Anna Eckerdal, Jana Jacková, Mike Lopez, Robert McCartney, Phil Robbins, Otto Seppälä, and Errol Thompson.
Perspectives on developing and assessing professional values in computing. Ursula Fuller, Joyce Currie Little, Bob Keim, Charles Riedesel, Diana Fitch, and Su White.
(Re)defining computing curricula by (re)defining computing. Charles L. Isbell, Lynn Andrea Stein, Robb Cutler, Jeffrey Forbes, Linda Fraser, John Impagliazzo, Viera Proulx, Steve Russ, Richard Thomas, and Yan Xu.
Computing educators oral history project: seeking the trends. Vicki L. Almstrum, E. Anne G. Applin, Barbara Boucher Owens, Elizabeth Adams, Lecia J. Barker, John Impagliazzo, Patricia A. Joseph, Amardeep Kahlon, Mary Z. Last, Andrea Lawrence, and Alison Young.
Enhancing learning management systems to better support computer science education. Guido Rößling, Mike Joy, Andrés Moreno, Atanas Radenski, Lauri Malmi, Andreas Kerren, Thomas Naps, Rockford J. Ross, Michael Clancy, Ari Korhonen, Rainer Oechsle, and J. Ángel Velázquez Iturbide.
Developing a common format for sharing programming assignments. Stephen H. Edwards, Jürgen Börstler, Lillian N. Cassel, Mark S. Hall, and Joseph Hollingsworth.
Computing education for sustainability. Samuel Mann, Lesley Smith, and Logan Muller.
Contributing student pedagogy. John Hamer, Quintin Cutts, Jana Jackova, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Robert McCartney, Helen Purchase, Charles Riedesel, Mara Saeli, Kate Sanders, and Judithe Sheard.
Debugging assistance for novices: a video repository. Beth Simon, Sue Fitzgerald, Renée McCauley, Susan Haller, John Hamer, Brian Hanks, Michael T. Helmick, Jan Erik Moström, Judy Sheard, and Lynda Thomas.
Developing a computer science-specific learning taxonomy. Ursula Fuller, Colin G. Johnson, Tuukka Ahoniemi, Diana Cukierman, Isidoro Hernán-Losada, Jana Jackova, Essi Lahtinen, Tracy L. Lewis, Donna McGee Thompson, Charles Riedesel, and Errol Thompson.
The computing ontology: application in education. Lillian N. Cassel, Gordon Davies, William Fone, Anneke Hacquebard, John Impagliazzo, Richard LeBlanc, Joyce Currie Little, Andrew McGettrick, and Michela Pedrona.
A multi-perspective digital library to facilitate integrating teaching research methods across the computing curriculum. Anne G. Applin, Hilary J. Holz, William Joel, Ifeyinwa Okoye, Katherine Deibel, Becky Grasser, Briony J. Oates, and Gwendolyne Wood.
A survey of literature on the teaching of introductory programming. Arnold Pears, Stephen Seidman, Lauri Malmi, Linda Mannila, Elizabeth Adams, Jens Bennedsen, Marie Devlin, and James Paterson.
The role of social networks in students' learning experiences. Ilaria Liccardi, Asma Ounnas, Reena Pau, Elizabeth Massey, Päivi Kinnunen, Sarah Lewthwaite, Marie-Anne Midy, and Chandan Sarkar.
Research methods in computing: what are they, and how should we teach them? Hilary J. Holz, Anne Applin, Bruria Haberman, Donald Joyce, Helen Purchase, and Catherine Reed.
A computing perspective on the Bologna process. Ursula Fuller, Arnold Pears, June Amillo, Chris Avram, and Linda Mannila.
Concept inventories in computer science for the topic discrete mathematics. Vicki L. Almstrum, Peter B. Henderson, Valerie Harvey, Cinda Heeren, William Marion, Charles Riedesel, Leen-Kiat Soh, and Allison Elliott Tew.
Research perspectives on the objects-early debate. Raymond Lister, Anders Berglund, Tony Clear, Joe Bergin, Kathy Garvin-Doxas, Brian Hanks, Lew Hitchner, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Kate Sanders, Carsten Schulte, and Jacqueline L. Whalley.
Merging interactive visualizations with hypertextbooks and course management. Guido Rößling, Thomas Naps, Mark S. Hall, Ville Karavirta, Andreas Kerren, Charles Leska, Andrés Moreno, Rainer Oechsle, Susan H. Rodger, Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes, and J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide.
A cognitive approach to identifying measurable milestones for programming skill acquisition. Jerry Mead, Simon Gray, John Hamer, Richard James, Juha Sorva, Caroline St. Clair, and Lynda Thomas.
Development of XML-based tools to support user interaction with algorithm visualization. Thomas Naps, Guido Rößling, Peter Brusilovsky, John English, Duane Jarc, Ville Karavirta, Charles Leska, Myles McNally, Andrés Moreno, Rockford J. Ross, and Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes.
Facilitating student learning through study abroad and international projects. Ursula Fuller, June Amillo, Cary Laxer, W. Michael McCracken, and Joseph Mertz.
Constructing a core literature for computing education research. Arnold Pears, Stephen Seidman, Crystal Eney, Päivi Kinnunen, and Lauri Malmi.
A synthesis of computing concepts. Lillian N. Cassel, Anneke Hacquebard, Andrew McGettrick, Gordon Davies, Richard LeBlanc, Charles Riedesel, Yaakov L Varol, Gail T. Finley, Samuel Mann, and Robert H. Sloan.
Building a sense of history: narratives and pathways of women computing educators. Vicki L. Almstrum, Lecia J. Barker, Barbara Boucher Owens, Elizabeth Adams, William Aspray, Nell B. Dale, Wanda Dann, Andrea Lawrence, and Leslie Schwartzman.
A multi-national study of reading and tracing skills in novice programmers. Raymond Lister, Elizabeth S. Adams, Sue Fitzgerald, William Fone, John Hamer, Morten Lindholm, Robert McCartney, Jan Erik Moström, Kate Sanders, Otto Seppälä, Beth Simon, and Lynda Thomas.
How shall we assess this? Janet Carter, Kirsti Ala-Mutka, Ursula Fuller, Martin Dick, John English, William Fone, and Judy Sheard.
Evaluating the educational impact of visualization. Thomas Naps, Stephen Cooper, Boris Koldehofe, Charles Leska, Guido Rößling, Wanda Dann, Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi, Jarmo Rantakokko, Rockford J. Ross, Jay Anderson, Rudolf Fleischer, Marja Kuittinen, and Myles McNally.
Case studies in admissions to and early performance in computer science degrees. Sylvia Alexander, Martyn Clark, Ken Loose, June Amillo, Mats Daniels, Roger Boyle, Cary Laxer, and Dermot Shinners-Kennedy.
Exploring the role of visualization and engagement in computer science education. Thomas L. Naps, Guido Rößling, Vicki Almstrum, Wanda Dann, Rudolf Fleischer, Chris Hundhausen, Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi, Myles McNally, Susan Rodger, and J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide.
Information technology fluency in practice. John P. Dougherty, Tom Dececchi, Tony Clear, Brad Richards, Stephen Cooper, and Tadeusz Wilusz.
Addressing student cheating: definitions and solutions. Martin Dick, Judy Sheard, Cathy Bareiss, Janet Carter, Donald Joyce, Trevor Harding, and Cary Laxer.
Materials development in support of mathematical thinking. Peter B. Henderson, Lew Hitchner, Sister Jane Fritz, Bill Marion, Christelle Scharff, John Hamer, and Charles Riedesel.
A road map for teaching introductory programming using LEGO© mindstorms robots. Pamela B. Lawhead, Michaele E. Duncan, Constance G. Bland, Michael Goldweber, Madeleine Schep, David J. Barnes, and Ralph G. Hollingsworth.
Resources for instructors of capstone courses in computing. Tony Clear, Michael Goldweber, Frank H. Young, Paul M. Leidig, and Kirk Scott.
Striving for mathematical thinking. Peter B. Henderson, Doug Baldwin, Venu Dasigi, Marcel Dupras, Jane Fritz, David Ginat, Don Goelman, John Hamer, Lew Hitchner, Will Lloyd, Bill Marion, Jr., Charles Riedesel, and Henry Walker.
A multi-national, multi-institutional study of assessment of programming skills of first-year CS students. Michael McCracken, Vicki Almstrum, Danny Diaz, Mark Guzdial, Dianne Hagan, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant, Cary Laxer, Lynda Thomas, Ian Utting, and Tadeusz Wilusz.
Support for teaching formal methods. Vicki L. Almstrum, C. Neville Dean, Don Goelman, Thomas B. Hilburn, and Jan Smith.
Non-programming resources for an introduction to CS: a collection of resources for the first courses in computer science. Joseph Bergin, Charles Kelemen, Myles McNally, Tom Naps, Mike Goldweber, Chris Power, and Stephen Hartley.
Dimensions of distance learning for computer education. Tony Clear, Arto Haataja, Jeanine Meyer, Jarkko Suhonen, and Stuart A. Varden.
Distributed expertise for teaching computer organization & architecture. Lillian (Boots) Cassel, Mark Holliday, Deepak Kumar, John Impagliazzo, Kevin Bolding, Murray Pearson, Jim Davies, Gregory S. Wolffe, and William Yurcik.
Using computers in science and technology education. Jari Lavonen, Veijo Meisalo, Matti Lattu, Liisa Leinonen, and Tadeusz Wilusz.
Integrating cultural issues into the computer and information technology curriculum. Joyce Currie Little, Mary Granger, Elizabeth S. Adams, Jaana Holvikivi, Susan K. Lippert, Henry M. Walker, and Alison Young.
The Peer Review Process of Teaching Materials. Deborah Knox, Don Goelman, Sally Fincher, James Hightower, Nell Dale, Ken Loose, Elizabeth Adams, and Fred Springsteel.
Resources for Next Generation Introductory CS Courses. Joseph Bergin, Amruth Kumar, Viera K. Proulx, Myles McNally, Alyce Faulstich Brady, David Mutchler, Stephen Hartley, Richard Rasala, Charles Kelemen, Rocky Ross, and Frank Klassner.
Integrating Professionalism and Workplace: Issues into the Computing and Information Technology Curriculum. Joyce Currie Little, Mary J. Granger, Roger Boyle, Jill Gerhardt-Powals, John Impagliazzo, Carol Janik, Norbert J. Kubilus, Susan K. Lippert, W. Michael McCracken, Grazyna Paliwoda, and Piotr Soja.
Teaching with Electronic Collaborative Learning Groups. Eva R. Fåhræus, Noel Bridgeman, Joze Rugelj, Barbara Chamberlain, and Ursula Fuller.
Developing a digital library of computer science teaching resources. Scott Grissom, Deborah Knox, Elana Copperman, Wanda Dann, Michael Goldweber, Janet Hartman, Marja Kuittinen, David Mutchler, and Nick Parlante.
Java resources for computer science instruction. Joseph Bergin, Thomas L. Naps, Constance G. Bland, Stephen J. Hartley, Mark A. Holliday, Pamela B. Lawhead, John Lewis, Myles F. McNally, Christopher H. Nevison, Cheng Ng, George J. Pothering, and Tommi Teräsvirta.
The impact of campus-wide portable computing on computer science education. Stan J. Thomas, Cary Laxer, Tomohiro Nishida, and Helen Sherlock.
Resources, tools, and techniques for problem based learning in computing. Ainslie Ellis, Linda Carswell, Andrew Bernat, Daniel Deveaux, Patrice Frison, Veijo Meisalo, Jeanine Meyer, Urban Nulden, Joze Rugelj, and Jorma Tarhio.
Ethical issues related to internet development and research. M. Dee Medley, Rebecca H. Rutherfoord, G. Ernest Anderson, R. Waldo Roth, and Stuart A. Varden.
Developing laboratories for the SIGCSE computing laboratory repository: guidelines, recommendations, and sample labs. Daniel Joyce, Deborah Knox, Jill Gerhardt-Powals, Elliot Koffman, Wolfgang Kreuzer, Cary Laxer, Kenneth Loose, Erkki Sutinen, and R. Alan Whitehurst.
Using the WWW as the delivery mechanism for interactive, visulaization-based instructional modules. Thomas Naps, Joseph Bergin, Ricardo Jiménez-Peris, Myles F. McNally, Marta Patiño-Martínez, Viera K. Proulx, and Jorma Tarhio.
The Web and distance learning: what is appropriate and what is not. Pamela B. Lawhead, Elizabeth Alpert, Constance G. Bland, Linda Carswell, Dawn Cizmar, Jean DeWeitt, Mihaela Dumitru, Eva R. Fahraeus, and Kirt Scott.
Using information technology to integrate social and ethical issues into the computer science and information systems curriculum. Mary J. Granger, Elizabeth S. Adams, Christina Björkman, Don Gotterbarn, Diana D. Juettner, C. Dianne Martin, Frank H. Young.
Computer-mediated communication in collaborative educational settings. Ursula Wolz, Jacob Palme, Penny Anderson, Zhi Chen, James Dunne, Göran Karlsson, Atika Laribi, Sirkku Männikkö, Robert Spielvogel, and Henry Walker.
Harnessing technology for effective inter- and intra-institutional collaboration. Douglas Siviter, Marian Petre, and Bruce Klein.
Historical perspectives on the computing curriculum. Iouri A. Bogoiavlenski, A. G. Clear, Gordon Davies, Hans Flack, J. Paul Myers, Richard Rasala.
Use of laboratories in computer science education: guidelines for good practice: report of the working group on computing laboratories. Deborah Knox, Ursula Wolz, Daniel Joyce, Elliot Koffman, Joan Krone, Atika Laribi, J. Paul Myers, Viera K. Proulx, and Kenneth A. Reek.
Interactive multimedia pedagogies: report of the working group on interactive multimedia pedagogy. Elizabeth S. Adams, Linda Carswell, Amruth Kumar, Jeanine Meyer, Ainslie Ellis, Patrick Hall, and John Motil.
An overview of visualization: its use and design: report of the working group in visualization. Joe Bergin, Ken Brodie, Marta Patiño-Martínez, Myles McNally, Tom Naps, Susan Rodger, Judith Wilson, Michael Goldweber, Sami Khuri, and Ricardo Jiménez-Peris.
Evaluation: turning technology from toy to tool: report of the working group on evaluation. Almstrum, Nell Dale, Anders Berglund, Mary Granger, Joyce Currie Little, Diane M. Miller, Marian Petre, Paul Schragger, and Fred Springsteel.
Enhancing teaching using the Internet: report of the working group on the World Wide Web as an interactive teaching resource. Stephen Hartley, Jill Gerhardt-Powals, David Jones, Colin McCormack, M. Dee Medley, Blaine Price, Margaret Reek, and Marguerite K. Summers.