Fourth Southeastern November 9-10, 1990

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Mathematical Applications in Biology: Dynamic Systems Modeling with STELLA ............................1

††††† Daniel S. Yates, Randolph-Macon College

††††† Russell E. Shea, Randolph-Macon College

 

Expert Systems Across the Campus Disciplines .................14

††††† Mary Lynn Manns, University of North Carolina at Asheville

††††† Penny Brunner, University of North Carolina at Asheville

 

GRADEBOOK: A Software Product that Allows Students to Track Their Performance in a Class .........19

††††† Terry A. Scott, University of Northern Colorado

††††† Peter C. Isaacson, University of Northern Colorado

 

A Portable Oberon Compiler ...............................25

††††† Erich Schikuta, University of Vienna

††††† Franz Posch, University of Vienna

 

Polymorphism IN ADA ...................................32

††††† T. Dean Hendrix, Jacksonville State University

 

Computer Architecture and Software Reliability..............38

††††† Samuel O. Aleton, Louisiana Tech University

 

Experiments With Sorts ...46

††††† Dennis S. Martin, University of Scranton

 

A Modest Attack on the Program Builder Problem ...............49

††††† Cloyd L. Ezell, Millsaps College

††††† Steve Holyer, Millsaps College

 

Innovative Approaches to Teaching Interactive RPG/400 Programming on the AS/400 - Without One ...52

††††† Charles R. Winer, Purdue University Calumet

 

A Common Sense Approach to Teaching Structured Programming ...60

††††† Sharri Russell, Atlantic Christian College

 

Object-Oriented Programming in the CS I Course ...............79

††††† H. Paul Haiduk, Amarillo College

 

Developing and Maintaining a Course in Computer Literacy ........85

††††† R. L. Richardson, Appalachian State University

 

CIS Curriculum in an Emerging Caribbean University ............89

††††† James R. Kelley, University of the Virgin Islands

††††† Ronald J. MacKinnon, University of the Virgin Islands

††††† John D. Munro, University of the Virgin Islands

 

Computer-Assisted Distance Education ......................@95

††††† Rose Laird, George Mason University

††††† Wilbert Laird, George Mason University

 

The Office Automation Specialist - A New Curriculum in Computer Education ..................................104

††††† John Z. McRee, Purdue University School of Technology

 

Developing a New Course in Microcomputer Graphics Applications ...110

††††† William J. Winter, Jr, Mary Baldwin College

 

Is BITNET For Small Colleges? ....112

††††† William Myers, Belmont Abbey College

 

Low-Cost Interorganization Networking With UUCP.......115

††††† Richard S. Shuford, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Achieving Inexpensive Digital Audio on PC's for Educational Purposes ......137

††††† David T. Chappell, North Carolina State University

 

Customizing a Microcomputer ..............................146

††††† James B. Allen, Hollins College

 

An Approach to Using a Spreadsheet-Based Probabilistic Modeling Simulation For Decision Support..152

††††† George L. Hazelton, Chowan College

††††† Andrea E. Eason, Chowan College

 

Implementation of Structured Laboratories in Introductory Computer Science Courses†††† ......161

††††† Ken Abernethy, Furman University

††††† Tom Allen, Furman University

 

The Use of Intelligent Computer Aided Instruction in Mathematics Education .....................163

††††† Richard O'Lander, St. John's University

 

Microcomputer Multimedia Management ....................167

††††† David L. Doss, Illinois State University

 

Building an Instructional Computing Environment Using Computer Projection Panels and Open Laboratories: A Small College Success Story .......................,.....................170

††††† Robert Tureman, Paul DíCamp Community College

††††† Bessie Smith, Paul DíCamp Community College

 

GURU: An All Purpose Teaching Tool .......................174

††††† Gordon W. Couturier, University of Tampa

 

Object Oriented Programming and Turbo Pascal 5.5††††† .............184

Martha McCormick, Jacksonville State University

Computer Science in the Core Curriculum ..........185

††††† Deborah Woodall, Mississippi College

††††† Richard G. Hull, Lenoir-Rhyne College

††††† Frank Cheatham, Campbellsville College

††††† Paula McMullan, Wesleyan College

 

Good Ol' Boys and Yankees: Factors Affecting User Acceptance of Decision Support ....................189

††††† Robert Wilson, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

††††† Michael Biderman, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

 

 

Total Administrative Installation - A Small College Success Story ...196

††††† George J. Kluchesky, Mary Baldwin College

 

Teaching with EAS......................................199

††††† Bill E. Swafford, Illinois State University

 

Select the BEST OPTION for Microcomputer Training ...........203

††††† John Z. McRee, Purdue University

 

Using Graphics Activities to Enhance The Computer Science Curriculum.............211

††††† Dean Sanders, Illinois State University

††††† Janet Hartman, Illinois State University

 

Preparing Non-Computer Science Majors for Complex Computing Beyond Computer Literacy ...........212

††††† Gail B. Miles, Lenoir-Rhyne College

 

Computer Mini-Courses: Practical Skills for Liberal Arts Majors ....217

††††† Jacquelyn B. Hill, Paine College

††††† Alice M. Simpkins, Paine College

 

Structuring the Introductory Level CIS Course to Please Everybody! ......223

††††† William J. Winter, Jr., Mary Baldwin College

 

Business/Academic Interaction to Improve Computer Education .....226

††††† Mary Martin Koleski, Purdue University