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Integration of a Community-Based WWW Filter as a Capstone Research Experience for Undergraduate Computer Science Students

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Integration of a Community-Based WWW Filter as a Capstone Research Experience for Undergraduate Computer Science Students
The College's of New Jersey's Computer Science department offers capstone mentored research courses to qualifying juniors and seniors. Students can typically enroll in up to two such courses, offering the opportunity to work in small groups or a one-on-one basis with a full-time faculty member, typically through the incorporation a faculty member's research interest area or an ongoing project. These mentored research courses seek to expose the students to a more rigorous exploration of problem solving through individual research. The typical student in a mentored research course is generally one that is intending to or considering pursuing graduate studies. This paper examines the communiFilter project that has been offered as a mentored research course since the fall 2004 semester. The authors describe the project's goals, design, and implementation - a community-based World Wide Web content filter. Additionally, the paper details the implementation of such a proj...
Peter DePasquale, Jason Snyder
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where FECS
Authors Peter DePasquale, Jason Snyder
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