First Northeastern, April 19-20, 1996.   

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COMPUTER ETHICS: CURRICULAR, SOCIAL, AND LEGAL ISSUES…………………     7

Frances K. Bailie, Iona College

Alex Delfini, Iona College

Frances Grodzinsky, Sacred Heart University

J. L. Yranski Nasuti, Iona College

Joanne Laughlin Steele, Iona College

Chris Beyer, Sacred Heart University

Jason Blais, Codman Medical Research Group

Dorian Pettway, Southern New England Telephone Company

 

BEYOND COMPUTER LITERACY………………………………………………………....   11

John Barr, Ithaca College

Laurie A. Smith King, Ithaca College

 

IS THE BLACK BOX A WINDOW? THE COMPUTER LITERACY COURSE IN THE

INTERNET AGE…………   16

William Mitchell, LSU-Shreveport

 

TEACHING STUDENTS TO APPLY INTRODUCTORY COMPUTING SKILLS TO

COURSEWORK IN OTHER DISCIPLINES………………   25

Eric William Danielson, The University of Hartford

 

APPLYING SOFTWARE ENGINEERING THEORY IN ADVANCED COURSES.............   29

James R. Aman, Wilmington College,

Massood Towhidnejad, Aeronautical University

Embry Riddle, Aeronautical University

 

INVOLVING STUDENTS IN EVALUATING THE ACCEPTABILITY OF COMPUTER

INFORMATION SYSTEMS…………….   38

Bonnie Kaplan, Quinnipiac College

Ralph Morelli, Trinity College

 

A SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT COURSE USING A NOVEL

DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT……….   47

William Edelson, Long Island University

Murali Devi, Long Island University

 

TEACHING C++ TO UNDERGRADUATES: VIRTUES AND VICES………….   53

Stuart Hirshfield, Hamilton Col lege

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS, LANGUAGES, AND EFFECTIVE APPROACHES TO

TEACHING THE INTRODUCTORY COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES………...   54

Ingrid Russell, University of Hartford

Elizabeth S. Adams, Richard Stockton College

John Barr, Ithaca College

Stuart Hirshfield, Hamilton College

Viera K. Proulx, Northeastern University

Richard Rasala, Northeastern University

Harriet J. Fell, Northeastern University,

Ken Reek, Rochester Institute of Technology

 

CRYPTOGRAPHY AND CRYPTANALYSIS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES…….  58

Ralph Morelli, Trinity College

Ralph Walde, Trinity College

 

INTEGRATING DISCRETE MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE…………….   68

Dorothy L. Mammen, University of Massachusetts

 

DISCRETE STRUCTURES AS EXECUTABLE INDUCTIVE DEFINITIONS……………..  76

Norman Neff, Trenton State College

 

INTEGRATING ETHICS INTO THE COMPUTER SCIENCE CURRICULUM…………....  84

Frances S. Grodzinsky, Sacred Heart University

Kay G. Schulze, United States Naval Academy

 

WOMEN IN COMPUTING: HOW ARE THEY DOING AND WHY………….   91

Ellen Dauwer, College of Saint ELizabeth

 

FREE SPEECH ON THE INTERNET: ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND

TECHNICAL LIMITATIONS FOR PUBLIC POLICY…………   98

George Kahkedj ian, University of Cormecticut

 

PARALLEL PROCESSING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM…….  108

Stephen J. Hartley, Drexel University

 

BREADTH + = DEPTH; AUGMENTING BREADTH IN CSI AND CS2 WITH IN-DEPTH

PROJECTS PUBLISHED ON TUE WEB……………  109

Mark D. LeBlanc, Wheaton College

 

LABORATORIES FOR A BREADTH-FIRST “FIRST COURSE”……………  117

William J. Taffe, Plymouth State College

 

INTRODUCING THE FUNCTIONAL PARADIGM INTO THE CS CURRICULUM:

LABORATORY BASED STUDIES OF SORTING AND SEARCHING

ALGORITHMS…………. 124

Deborah Knox, Trenton State College

OBJECT-ORIENTED LISTS WITH CONTEXTS………………..  132

C.T. Zahn, Pace University

J.A. Bergin, Pace University

 

C++ > C + OOP (A PERSONAL VIEW OF TEACHING INTRODUCTORY

PROGRAMMING USING C/C++)………...  142

Venu Dasigi, Sacred Heart University

 

OBJECT-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY AND C+ + IN THE FIRST YEAR: TEN LESSONS

LEARNED……………. 151

Rick Mercer, Penn State Berks

A. Michael Berman, Rowan College of New Jersey

 

THE INTEGRATION OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS IN A SMALL

COLLEGE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM…………  159

Ralph M. Ford, The Pennsylvania State University at Erie

Faisal K. Fadul, The Pennsylvania State University at Erie

 

A DIGITAL DESIGN LAB WITH MANUFACTURING FOR A SMALL COLLEGE

ENVIRONMENT…………….. 169

Brian Mackay, University of Connecticut

Keith Barker, University of Connecticut

 

THE ROAD TO C++ …………. 178

Namita Sarawagi, Rhode Island College

 

TEACHING ETHICS IN IS COURSES: EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO

KNOW BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK…………...  185

Ernest A. Kallman, Bentley College

John P. Grillo, Bentley College

 

A WPI UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT: EXPLAINING A NETWORK………..  188

Patrick McManus

Scott Salvidio

 

IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONTEXT-SENSITIVE LINDENMAYER-SYSTEM

MODELER…………… 194

Bryan Honing, Trinity College

 

PARALLEL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THE LOGISTICAL BIFURCATION MODEL OF

POPULATION GROWTH……………  199

J. Stan Mason, Bloomsburg Unive rsity of Pennsylavania

 

OBSERVATIONS OF THE QUICKSORT CUTOFF VALUE ON SORTED DATA -- AN

EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS………………  208

David J. Tkacs

MULTIMEDIA COURSEWARE………….  209

Janet T. Kerner, St. John’s University

Amruth N. Kumar, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Karla Vogel, University of New Hampshire at Manchester

Terry Savage, University of New Hampshire at Manchester

 

A MODULE FOR UNIT TESTING AND TESTING COMPLEXITY ……... 212

J. Paul Myers, Jr., Trinity University

 

NOTES FROM THE PARADIGM FRONT: SOME OBSERVATIONS ON TEACHING

OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING…………  218

Lawrence D’Antonio, Ramapo College

 

MAKING CONNECTIONS: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND THE COMPILER

COURSE PROJECT…….  228

James R. Aman, Wilmington College

 

NETWORKING PROJECTS IN THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM……………..  238

Craig E. Wills, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Robert E. Kinicki, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

David Finkel, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

 

LABORATORIES IN PARALLEL/DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING FOR REQUIRED

UPPER LEVEL COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES……………..  246

J Ann Parikh, Southern Connecticut State University

Heike Baars, Universitδt Heidelberg

 

USING MODULES TO INTEGRATE DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING IN THE

UNDERGRADUATE CS CURRICULUM……………..  252

David M. Arnow, Brooklyn College of CUNY

Paula Whitlock, Brooklyn College of CUNY

Carol Tretkoff, Brooklyn College of CUNY

 

OOP USING C+ +……………….  259

Venu Dasigi, Sacred Heart University

 

EXPERIENCE WITH C+ + IN CSI/CS2………..  261

Richard T. Close, U. S. Coast Guard Academy

Richard Connelly, Providence College

Chuck Leska, Ithaca College

Carol Torsone, St. John Fisher College

 

WHEN WORDS COLLIDE: NETWORK SIMULATION AS AN EXERCISE IN A CS2

COURSE………… 264

A. Michael Berman, Rowan College of New Jersey

 

AN ASSERTION-BASED PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY FOR INTRODUCTORY

PROGRAMMING COURSES…………..  275

Jerud J. Mead, Bucknell University

Anil M. Shende, Roanoke College

 

TEACHING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WITH SIMULATED ROBOTS……………  280

Erik L. Wynters, Bloomsburg University

 

GRASST: A SYSTEM TO ORGANIZE AND SUPPORT THE GRADING PROCESS……  286

David H. Hutchens, Millersville University

 

ACADEMIC OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT FOR COMPUTING CURRICULA 1991……..  293

Thomas E. Mertz, Millersville University

Ronald L. Davis, Millersville University

 

IMPLEMENTING A WINDOWS BASED COURSEWARE AUTHORING SYSTEM……  302

Amruth Kumar, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Claire Lichack, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Lawrence D’Antonio, Ramapo College of New Jersey

 

THE CAL APPROACH: AN ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGY FOR THE IS

CURRICULUM………. 311

G. Joyce Dunston, Hostos Community College

Julio Gallardo, Hostos Community College