First Southeastern  Dec 4-5, 1987



Effective Use of Microcomputer Laboratories       …..1-3

David L. Anderson

Lloyd D. Davis


Can a Social Sciences Department Join the Computer Literacy Parade?       …..4-8

Deborah Elwell Arfken

Jan Printz


Software for Teaching Tanenbaum’s Micro-Programming …..9-11

Vivie G. Babb

Douglas L. Cashing

Harry T. Sedinger


Influencing Computer Literacy in Secondary Schools: A Community College Perspective    …..12-1 8

Larry Booth


Microcomputer Technical Support: The Macro Solution …..19-22

Bruce Boyd


A Proposed Curriculum for Colleges without a Computer Science Major …..23-26

Margaret Burns


Integrating the Computer into the Classroom: A Panel …..27-31

Lloyd D. Davis (Moderator)

Laurence R. Alvarez

Doris C. Appleby

James W. Ford

Thomas F. Moberg


Experiences of an Educational Computing Organization: The History, Successes, and Problems of C-CUE [for Computing in Undergraduate Education]            …..32-33

Karen B. Feniello

Nina Wishbow


A Comprehensive Freshman Orientation Program that Improved Student Retention in the First Year Computer Science Sequence for Majors        …..34-39

Emery Gathers

An Undergraduate Excellence Program in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Austin Peay State University  …..40-47

Thomas Ray Hamel


Goals of computer science programs in small colleges: a panel of department chairs from small colleges …..48-51

Thomas R Harbron (Moderator)

William Hightower

Charles P. Howerton

William Mitchell

Christine Shannon


The goals of Small College Computer Information Systems Majors: A Panel of Small College Faculty Teaching in CIS

[Information Systems] Programs …..52-55

Edward Hart (Moderator)

Jeri Brown

William Herrin

Steven J. Hovey

Carol Stamnts


Porting a One-Hundred-Year-Old Engineering School Tradition to a One-Hundred-Year-Old Liberal Arts School …..56-62

Charles P. Howerton


Why Teach Recursion Removal?   …..63-73

Dale Johnson


Adapting National Curriculum Standards in Mathematics and CoMpUter Science at a Small Black College            …..74-79

Manuel Kcepler


Developing Programs for the Macintosh Microcomputer …..80-86

Eric T. Lane


STELLA: A Computer Modeling Program for the Arts, Science, and Engineering …..87-96

E. H. McMahon

R. A. Fugate

R. E. Ricks




Experience of Re-trained Faculty in Computing: A Panel of Faculty Alumni from the First Three Classes of the Re-training Program at the University of Evansville …..97-99

Paula McMullan (Moderator)

Frank Cheatham

Larry Sells

Robert Simpson

Debbie Woodall


Networking for the Small College Campus …..100-104

Michael K. Meyer

David L. Anderson


Problems Associated with Placing a Computer Science Program in a Mathematics Department …..105-107

Gail Miles


A Discussion of the Theory of Programming in the Freshman Year of the Computer Science Major: A Tutorial …..108-109

William Mitchell


Effects of Computer Expansion on Graphic Services in a Small College …..110-114

Len Mosher

Elisabeth M. Craig


Understanding the “big Oh”: an experimental study of the time complexity of algorithms and their asymptotic behavior …..115-25

Rodney A Murphy

William F Herrin


Teaching Systems Analysis and l)csign in a Small College Setting …..126-129

C. Bruce Myers


A Required General Education Course: Using the Computer in English to Develop Spelling Skills         …..130-142

Stewart Phillips


Artificial Intelligence: A Tutorial        …..143

Waldo Roth


From CAl [computer-assisted  Instruction to CAC [computer-assisted Composition] to DP [desktop Publishing]   …..144-149

Lynn Veach Sadler

ADA as a Core Programming Language on Micros: A Tutorial …..150-151

Jonathan Michael Spector


Using a Computerized Jigsaw Puzzle Program to Teach Geometric Concepts …..152-161

Sherri Streicher

Michael Biderman


Understanding Dynamic Linked Lists and Recursive Program Calls …..162-170

David L. Thayer

William F. Herrin


CASE [Computer-aided Software Engineering] A Tutorial …..171-172

James Westfall

Lonnie Bentley