Eighth Southeastern November 11-12, 1994

 

COMPUTER LITERACY/COMPETENCIES: PREPARING TEACHERS FOR THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY .........................1

               Marcin Paprzycki, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

               Tony Mitchell, St. Cloud State University

               George Duckett, Deakin University

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCES OF A COMMUNITY COLLEGE CIS FACULTY MEMBER IN THE NASA/ASEE SUMMER FACULTY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM .................................6

               Robert L. Tureman, Jr., Paul D’Camp Community College

 

BRINGING THE CUSTOMER INTO THE CLASSROOM .................10

               Robert Riser, East Tennessee State University

               Donald Gotterbarn, East Tennessee State University

               Suzanne Smith, Converse College

 

USING MOSAIC AS A MULTIMEDIA TOOL FOR TEACHING GENERAL EDUCATION COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES        .............17

               Gary L. Nunn, Radford University

 

CROSSING THE INTERNET THRESHOLD ON CAMPUS: FACULTY/STAFF WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS ...........................24

               George Atkins, Southwestern OK State University

 

DEVELOPING APPLICATIONS IN VISUAL BASIC ....................33

               Rebekah L. Tidwell, CarsonRebekah L Tidwell.pdf Newman College

 

A COMPUTER ANIMATED SYSTEM FOR DEMONSTRATING HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE PRINCIPLES       ...............................34

               A. W. Biermann, Duke University

               A. F. Fahmy, Duke University

               C. Guinn, Duke University

               D. Pennock, Duke University

               D. Ramm, Duke University

               P. Wu, Duke University

 

SLAM: AN EFFECTIVE SIMULATION TOOL TO ANALYZE AND STUDY COMPUTER PERFORMANCE ..............................35

               Ahmed E. Barbour, Georgia Southern University

 

EXPERIENCES WITH SCHEME IN A LIBERAL ARTS COMPUTING COURSE …….41

               Lewis Barnett, III, University of Richmond

               Joseph F. Kent, University of Richmond

 

PUTTING MORE SCIENCE INTO COMPUTER SCIENCE I ...............47

               Dennis S. Martin, University of Scranton

 

THE DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION TWO AND FOUR YEAR CURRICULUM PARADIGM ...........................51

               Mayes D. Mathews

 

SIMPLE LAB EXERCISES AND EXAMPLES IN C+ + FOR THE INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING COURSE ................................57

               Sue Fitzgerald, Rockhurst College

 

 

 

TWO VIABLE OPTIONS FOR PARALLEL COMPUTING AT SMALL COLLEGES...........................................58

               Mark Aldridge, Furman University

               Kevin Treu, Furman University

 

STRUCTURED LABORATORIES FOR AN INTRODUCTORY UNDERGRADUATE COURSE IN PARALEL COMPUTATION.............63

               Kevin Treu, Furman University

 

DISK CACHING ...........................................69

               Brent Landreth

 

OMT AND THE GAME OF WAR ................................73

               Adam Bowling, Mercer University

 

ON-LINE FINALS FOR CSI AND CS2        ............................84

               Mary Dee Medley, Augusta College

 

TEACHING CS 1 AND CS2 WITH TEAM PROGRAMMING ASSIGNMENTS ...90

               Said C. Fares, Valdosta State University

 

TEACHING SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES IN AN INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING COURSE ................................94

               Robin M. Snyder, Shenandoah University

 

ABSTRACTION BARRIERS: THE KEY TO THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF PROGRAMMING .......................................99

               Dale Shaffer, Lander University

 

CONSTRUCTION VERSUS COMPOSITION: A QUESTION OF RELIABILITY ……104

               H. Paul Haiduk, Amarillo College, Texas Tech University

 

ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN COMPUTING ..............110

               Mary Dee Medley, Augusta College

               Bob Riser, East Tennessee State Univ.

               Kay G. Schulze, United States Naval Academy

               Rebekah L. Tidwell, Carson Newman College