TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Teaching in the Virtual Classroom, Explorations in Electronic Education……… 1

B. J. Gleason, Upsala College

 

Academic Computer Centers Use the Information Center Concept……… 8

M. Margaret Cermak, College of Notre Dame

 

Forecasting: The Workplace and Education……… 14

Andrew J. Brovey, Williamsport Area Community College

 

A System For Creating And Using Instructional Computer Graphics……… 17

Howard M. Kellogg, Mercy College

 

How To Prepare The Computer Savvy Professional Nurse……… 26

Rae R. Frachel, RN, MS, Alfred University College of Nursing

 

The Mating Game: A Simulation Of Human Reproductive Strategies……… 33

Ted Georgian, St. Bonaventure University

 

Using the Computer to ‘Explore in the Introductory Computer Science Course……… 41

Richard J. Pirchner, Monmouth College

 

A Proposal For An Instructor-Supervised Laboratory For  CS-2……… 46

Chuck Leska, Ithaca College

 

Teaching Computer Science In A Mathematics Department: Report Of MAA/ACM/IEEE Computer Society Task Force…… 65

Stanley E. Seltzer, Ithaca College

 

Issues in Library Computerization……… 72

Barbara Sadowski. Marywood College

Mary Anne Fedrick, Marywood College

Catherine H. Schappert, Marywood College

Terrence F. Mech, Kings College

Eileen Palmer, PALINET

 

Issues in Library Computerization: Choosing a Stand Alone System for a Small College Library……… 73

Terrence F. Mech, King’s College

 

Issues In Library Computerization: Integrating Library Computerization and Academic Computing……… 75

Mary Anne Fedrick, Marywood College

 

Issues in Library Computerization: Internal Co-Ordination in Preparation for a System……… 77

Catherine H. Schappert, Marywood College

 

Issues in Library Computerization: Utilizing External Resources……… 79

Eileen M. Palmer, PALINET

 

Using A Single Computer As A Classroom Teaching Tool With An Auxi liary Projection Or Echoing Device……… 80

Elizabeth S. Adams, The American University

James Roberts, The American University

Brian Yates, The American University

Steven Drasner, Northern Virginia Community College

Judy Rudolph, Judith P. Rudolph, Inc.

 

The Demonstrator As An Infinite Blackboard In An Introductory Programming Course……… 81

Elizabeth S. Adams, The American University

 

Using A Computer As A Teaching Aid In An Applications Software Course………82

Steven Drasner, Northern Virginia Community College

 

The Demonstrator VS Projection Equipment In Lecture-Demonstration Situations……… 83

James Roberts, The American University

 

Using The Demonstrator To Facilitate Software Evaluation… 84

Judy Rudolph, President, Judith P. Rudolph, Inc.

 

The Projection Pad As A Window Into The Professor’s Mind…….  85

Brian T. Yates, The American University

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Cooperation Between Industry And Academia……… 86

Bruce A. Boraas, Digital Equipment Corporation

Dave Johnson, General Telephone and Electronics

Darrell Bertness, Planning Research Corporation, Public

Management Consultants, Inc.

Randy Kolb, St. Cloud State University

 

The Effect Of Computer-Assisted Writing On Students in Developmental Writing Courses………. 88

Lois Gadek, Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales

 

Creating The Simulated Investigative Report: Using Hypercard Stacks In The News Reporting and Writing Classroom…… 95

Douglas J. Carr, St. Bonaventure University

 

A New Computerized Grammar And Style Checker: StrongWriter…103

Eric Johnson, Dakota State College

 

Computer Integration In The Business Curriculum……… 107

Don E. Collins, Ithaca College;

Hugh McLaughlin, Bentley College;

Stanley Arbeit, Canisius College;

William J. Tastle, Ithaca College

 

Computer Integration in the Business Curriculum: Accounting: A Position Statement……… 108

Don E. Collins, Ithaca College

 

Computer Integation in the Business Curriculum -- Marketing: A Position Statement……… 109

Stanley Arbeit, Canisius College

 

Computer Integration in Business Curriculum - Core Topics… 110

William J. Tastle, Ithaca College

 

New Approaches To Teaching CS 1……… 111

Stanley E. Seltzer, Ithaca College

Pat Woodworth, Ithaca College;

Jim Smith, LeMoyne College;

Kenneth Lambert, Washington and Lee University;

Tom Myers, Colgate University

 

New Approaches to Teaching CS 1 - Position Statement……… 112

Stanley E. Seltzer, Ithaca College

 

New Approaches to Teaching CS 1 - Position Statement……… 113

Pat Woodworth, Ithaca College

 

New Approaches to Teaching CS I - Position Statement……… 114

Jim Smith, LeMoyne College

 

New Approaches to Teaching CS 1 - Position Statement……… 115

Kenneth Lambert, Washington and Lee University

New Approaches to Teaching CS I - Position Statement……… 116

Tom Myers, Colgate University

 

Computers For Behavioral Science: A Curriculum Design…… 117

Mary C. Kraetzer, Mercy College    

Mary Knopp Kelly, Mercy College  

James C. Dooley, Mercy College

 

Computer Literacy In The Liberal Arts Women’s College……… 123

Mary Margaret Shoaf-Grubbs, College of New Rochelle

 

Computing And The Liberal Arts: An Alternative To Literacy……… 131

K. Abernethy, Furman University    

T.R. Nanney, Furman University

H.S. Porter, Furman University

 

Cognitive Science and Philosophy, Position Statement……… 137

Frank Bryce McCluskey, Mercy College

 

Cognitive Science, Position Statement……… 138

Robert Harlan, St. Bonaventure University

 

Cognitive Science, Position Statement……… 139

Laura L. Snodgrass, Muhlenberg C ollege

 

Cognitive Science Panel Discussion, Position Statement……… 140

Paul Lawrence Baker, Catawba College

 

Developing An Advanced Laboratory Course In Computer Hardware………141

Ladimer S. Nagurney, University of Hartford

 

Courses In The Theory Of Computer Science For The Four Year Under graduate Institution……… 146

Jeffrey S. Carroll, Ithaca College

 

A Team Project In Computer Architecture……… 152

Dennis S. Martin, University of Scranton

 

Teaching “Computers And The Humanities” Courses: A Clearinghouse of Information……… 156

Joseph Rudman, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Bulletproofing A Hard Disk Computer System………161

Richard Manley, Marymount College

Programmer Responsibility: Some Legal and Ethical Considerations……… 172

Kevin Nordberg, University of Scranton

 

Optimization Of A Microcomputer Program To Factor Mersenne Numbers………177

R. F. Jordan, Monmouth College

 

Traveling The Roads Of Pennsylvania……… 188

William Conley, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

 

Creating Fractals With LOGO: An Application Of Recursion… 193

            Suda Kunyosying, Shepherd College

 

The Use Of Ada As The Primary Language In A Computer Science Curriculum……… 207

Clayton Dane, U. S. Naval Academy

 

The Language Pyramid………211

Pierre A. von Kaenel, Skidmore College

 

An Overview of Ada And Its Role In The Undergraduate Curriculum……… 220

Roger Norton, Marist College