January 2002 Judith L. Gersting, Henry MacKay Walker, Scott Grissom (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 33rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2002, Cincinnati, Kentucky, USA, February 27 - March 3, 2002.
ACM 2002, ISBN 1-58113-473-8
June 2002 Invited editorials
- Caroline E. Wardle, Lawrence Burton:
Programmatic efforts encouraging women to enter the information technology workforce.
- Angela M. Balcita, Doris L. Carver, Mary Lou Soffa:
Shortchanging the future of information technology: the untapped resource.
- Andrea Jepson, Teri Perl:
Priming the pipeline.
- Willa Duplantis, Eve MacGregor, Maria M. Klawe, Michele Ng:
'Virtual family': an approach to introducing java programming.
- Jeri Countryman, Alegra Feldman, Linda Kekelis, Ellen Spertus:
Developing a hardware and programming curriculum for middle school girls.
- Joanne McGrath Cohoon:
Recruiting and retaining women in undergraduate computing majors.
- Sheila Humphreys, Ellen Spertus:
Leveraging an alternative source of computer scientists: reentry programs.
- Gloria Childress Townsend:
People who make a difference: mentors and role models.
- Paula Gabbert, Paige H. Meeker:
Support communities for women in computing.
- Joan M. Francioni:
A conference's impact on undergraduate female students.
- Gloria Montano:
Virtual development center.
- Carol Frieze, Lenore Blum:
Building an effective computer science student organization: the Carnegie Mellon women@SCS action plan.
- Allan Fisher, Jane Margolis:
Unlocking the clubhouse: the Carnegie Mellon experience.
- Eric S. Roberts, Marina Kassianidou, Lilly Irani:
Encouraging women in computer science.
- Debbie Clayton, Teresa Lynch:
Ten years of strategies to increase participation of women in computing programs: the Central Queensland University experience: 1999-2001.
- Vashti Galpin:
Women in computing around the world.
- Annemieke Craig, Rose Paradis, Eva Turner:
A gendered view of computer professionals: preliminary results of a survey.
- Barbara Moskal:
Female computer science doctorates: what does the survey of earned doctorates reveal?
- Chuck Huff:
Gender, software design, and occupational equity.
- Denise W. Gürer:
Women in computing history.
- Denise W. Gürer, Tracy Camp:
An ACM-W literature review on women in computing.
- Tracy Camp:
The incredible shrinking pipeline.
- Amy Pearl, Martha E. Pollack, Eve A. Riskin, Becky Thomas, Elizabeth Wolf, Alice Wu:
Becoming a computer scientist.
- Ellen Spertus:
- Joy Teague:
Women in computing: what brings them to it, what keeps them in it?
- Sara B. Kiesler, Lee S. Sproull, Jacquelynne S. Eccles:
Pool halls, chips, and war games: women in the culture of computing.
- Kevin Treu, Alisha Skinner:
Ten suggestions for a gender-equitable CS classroom.
- Janice E. Cuny, William Aspray:
Recruitment and retention of women graduate students in computer science and engineering: results of a workshop organized by the computing research association.
- Denise W. Gürer:
Pioneering women in computer science.
September 2002 Michael E. Caspersen, Dan Joyce, Don Goelman, Ian Utting (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 7th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2002, Aarhus, Denmark, June 24-28, 2002.
ACM 2002, ISBN 1-58113-499-1
December 2002 Invited editorial
- David Gries:
Where is programming methodology these days?
- Don Gotterbarn:
Black and blue epiphany: the missing elements of professionalism.
- C. Dianne Martin:
Computing curricula 2001: reverse engineering a computer science curriculum (part 1).
CS ed research
- Tony Clear:
Design and usability in security systems: daily life as a context of use?
Enriching the curriculum
Community college corner
- Renée McCauley:
Hear ye, hear ye!: a valuable new resource for computer science educators finally available.
- Jeffrey L. Popyack:
The international honor society for the computing and information disciplines.
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- Mohammed Samaka:
Changing a computer science curriculum in light of computing curricula 2001.
- Antonio Cartelli:
Computer science education in Italy: a survey.
- Angela B. Shiflet:
Computer science with the sciences: an emphasis in computational science.
- Sami Surakka, Lauri Malmi:
Work experience vs. co-operative education program.
- G. Michael Schneider:
A new model for a required senior research experience.
- Thomas R. Hogan, Patrick R. Harrison, Kay G. Schulze:
Developing and maintaining an effective assessment program.
- Theresa Beaubouef:
Why computer science students need math.
- Bruria Haberman:
Frames and boxes: a pattern-based method for manipulating binary trees.
- Yannis Manolopoulos:
Binomial coefficient computation: recursion or iteration?
- David G. Hannay:
Interactive tools for computation theory.
- R. Gregory Taylor:
LL parsing, LR parsing, complexity, and automata.
- Michael R. Wick, Andrew T. Phillips:
Comparing the template method and strategy design patterns in a genetic algorithm application.
- Jerome L. Lewis:
A reliable test for inclusion of a point in a polygon.
- Timothy J. Rolfe:
One-time binary search tree balancing: the Day/Stout/Warren (DSW) algorithm.
- Ray Giguette:
The Crawfish and the Aztec treasure maze: adventures in data structures.
- John Minor Ross:
Guiding students through programming puzzles: value and examples of Java game assignments.
- Torben Lorenzen, Ward Heilman:
CS1 and CS2: write computer games in Java!
- Chris J. Harrison:
ICPL: an initial concurrent programming language.
- Douglas Bell:
Visual basic.Net as a first language: an evaluation.
- James Howatt:
Operating systems projects: Minix revisited.
- Denis Riordan:
Towards an integrated learning laboratory environment for first-year computer science students.
- Francis Suraweera:
Enhancing the quality of learning and understanding of first-year mathematics for computer science related majors.
- Nathan Rountree, Janet Rountree, Anthony Robins:
Predictors of success and failure in a CS1 course.
- Elena García Barriocanal, Miguel Ángel Sicilia Urbán, Ignacio Aedo, Paloma Díaz-Pérez:
An experience in integrating automated unit testing practices in an introductory programming course.
- Douglas B. Bock, John F. Schrage:
Denormalization guidelines for base and transaction tables.
- Luiz Fernando Capretz:
Implications of MBTI in software engineering education.
- Milan E. Soklic:
Simulation of load balancing algorithms: a comparative study.