Second Eastern October 24-25, 1986

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Activities of the National Collegiate Software Clearing

House ….. 1

G. David Carson, North Carolina State University at Raleigh

Michael L. Vasu, North Carolina State University at Raleigh

Sanford R. Silverburg, Catawba College

 

A System for Creating Instructional Computer Graphics ..... 2

Howard M. Kellogg, Mercy College

 

Development of Software for Personal Computers …..  8

Emil C. Neu, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

“How the Computer Works”: A course that works! …..  18

William W. Schnippert, Elmira College

 

A Multi-Disciplinary Undergraduate Engineering Project at a

Liberal Arts College: A Progress Report …..  21

David J. Ahlgren, Trinity College

Roy B. Davis III, Trinity College

 

Representation of Geologic Structural Data on Spherical

Projections Using the Graphics Capability of Microcomputer

BASIC: Impact on the Teaching of Undergraduate Structural

Geology …..  33

William J. Brennan, State University at Geneseo

 

Use of Computer Graphics in Analyzing Embryonic Development …..  38

Wilbur L. Long, Western Maryland College

 

Developing a Long-Range Plan for Academic Computing at a Liberal Arts College …..  58

Leo D. Geoffrion, Skidniore College

Parker Baum, Skidniore College

Robert DeSieno, Skidniore College

David Seligman, Skidniore College

Mark Resmer, Vassar College

 

A Computer Project for an Operating Systems Course …..  69

Chuck Leska, Ithaca College

 

Packet Networks using the AX.25 Protocol: Tools for Teaching …..  79

Ladimer S. Nagurney, Springfield Technical Community College

 

 

 

Computer Science Issues Raised in a Software Engineering Course …..  84

J. Arthur Seebach, Jr., St. Olaf College

 

Teaching Lotus with CLTJG …..  91

Thomas C. Brogan, Albright College

 

Logo in the Classroom: A College Course for Elementary Teachers P Students …..  96

Barbara Burkhouse, Marywood College

 

The Micro as a Medium for Educational Research …..  105

Barbara R. Sadowski, Marist College

 

Local Area Networks …..  111

Lillian N. Cassel, University of Delaware

Elizabeth G. Davis

 

The Use of the Rational and Techniques of Computer Generated Literature in an Introductory Programming Course for Students in the Humanities …..  112

Joseph Rudman, Carnegie-Mellon University

 

Doing Literacy Research with BROWNLOW and BUCKET …..  137

Eric Johnson, Dakota State College

 

Microcomputer as College Artist’s Apprentice …..  145

Doretta M. Miller, Skidmore College

 

Applying the Management Decision-Making Process in the

Classroom through Computer Simulation …..  147

Frank J. McVeigh, Muhlenberg College

 

Minicomputer Simulations for Industrial Organization ..... 154

Richard J. Claycombe, Western Maryland College

 

The Effectiveness of Tutorial Software in Introductory Economics …..  160

Robert Jones, Skidmore College

Katharine Sheppard, Skidmore College

 

Using Computers in the Communication Arts and Sciences ..... 161

Robert P. Sadowski, Marist College

 

Using a Microcomputer to Enhance Television Production ..... 162

Sue Lawrence, Marist College

 

Computer Analysis of Student Essays: Some Possibilities for the Future …..  164

Milton Teichnan, Marist College

 

Applications of Interactive Video Tapes in Teaching Language and Culture ….. 166

Casimir J. Norkeliunas, Marist College

 

Teaching Computer Art with the Microcomputer …..  168

Norman Olin, Marist College

 

Faculty Development in Computer Assisted Instruction ..... 169

Carol M. Carmody, Iona College

 

Academic Computer Services Group: A Model for the Delivery of Academic Computer Services at a Small College …..  175

Jean Maley, St. John Fisher College

 

Academic Computer Philosophy: the Source of Computer Resource Policies …..  182

William W. Schnippert, Elmira College

 

Integration of Computer Usage Into the Introductory Statistics Courses …..  189

Nancy King Harrison, Mercy College

 

Using Minitab in the Introductory Statistics Class …..  197

Ron Menton, Ithaca College

 

Elective Courses in Computer Proficiency …..  208

M. John Anne Soellner, Molloy College

 

After Faculty Development: Classroom Experiences …..  212

Doris C. Appleby, Marymount College

 

After Faculty Development: Classroom Experience …..  213

Mark W. Andrews, Vassar College

 

Step 3: From Faculty Literacy to Curriculum Integration ..... 215

Frank W. Connolly, The American University

 

The Integration of Computer Technology into the Business Economics Curriculum …..  217

Robert J. Ferrari, Marymount College

 

 

The Use of Computers in Selected Psychology Classes ….. 219

Wesley A. Kayson, lona College

 

IFRICS: A Confidence Builder …..  220

James R. Sidbury, University of Scranton

 

Modifying AcM Curriculum Standards to meet Needs of Small

Liberal Arts College …..  221

Gail Miles, Lenoir Rhyne College

 

The Use of Ada-Like Language Subsets in an Introductory

Programming Course …..  228

Bruce Mabis, University of Evansville

Christopher Brown, University of Evansville

 

Logic Programming: A Powerful Tool …..  236

Hoyt D. Warner, Western New England College

 

Programmable Controllers: From Industry to Education ….. 253

John Anderson, East Tennessee State

Neil Bungard, East Tennessee State

 

The Microcomputer as a Laboratory Instrument …..  260

Lawrence B. Golden, The Pennsylvania State Univesity

 

LOTUS 1-2-3: A Tool for Scientific Problem Solving …..  263

Bhairav D. Joshi, State University College, Geneseo