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SIGCSE
2003
ACM
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Creating a computer science canon: a course of "classic" readings in computer science
Computer science has a reputation of being a discipline in a perpetual state of accelerated progress—a discipline in which our techniques, our hardware, our software systems, an...
Michael Eisenberg
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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A data mining course for computer science: primary sources and implementations
An undergraduate elective course in data mining provides a strong opportunity for students to learn research skills, practice data structures, and enhance their understanding of a...
David R. Musicant
SIGCSE
2000
ACM
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10 years 8 months ago
Programming patterns and design patterns in the introductory computer science course
We look at the essential thinking skills students need to learn in the introductory computer science course based on object-oriented programming. We create a framework for such a ...
Viera K. Proulx
INTERACT
1997
10 years 5 months ago
Teaching User Interface Design and Programming to Computer Science majors
This paper describes an innovative approach to teaching about human-computer interaction to a large class of students in their third year of a Computer Science major. Because of t...
Judy Kay, Bob Kummerfeld
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