ERIC Number: ED053756
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Papers Presented at the ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Academic Education in Computer Science [held in Houston, Texas, November 16, 1970].
Aiken, Robert M., Ed.
SIGCSE Bulletin, v2 n3 Special Issue
The papers given at this symposium were selected for their description of how specific problems were tackled, and with what success, as opposed to proposals unsupported by experience. The goal was to permit the audience to profit from the trials (and errors) of others. The eighteen papers presented are: "Business and the University Computer Science Department: The Left-Hand Side of a Dialogue,""Undergraduate Computer Science Education,""Visiting Industrial Professors and Sabbaticals in Industry,""A Student-Designed Undergraduate Program,""A Large-Scale Undergraduate Programme in Computer Science,""Network Computing for Computer Science Departments,""The Computer Science Teaching Laboratory at the University of Washington,""A Course on the Relationship of Formal Language Theory to Automata,""The Emergence of Computational Arithmetic as a Component of the Computer Science Curriculum,""Principles of Computer System Organization,""Teaching Systems Programming and Software Design: Problems and Solutions,""The Challenge of Computer Science in New Zealand,""Computer Science in Israel's Institutions of Higher Learning,""Computer Education for Secondary School Mathematics Teachers,""Liberal Arts Education in Computers,""Experience with a 'Universal' Introductory Course in Computer Science,""Introducing the Computer at a Small Liberal Arts College," and "A Complete Package for Introducing Computer Science." (Author/NH)
Descriptors: Automation, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Programs, Computer Science Education, Computers, Conferences, Program Design, Programing, Programing Problems, Systems Development, Undergraduate Study
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Authoring Institution: Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY.
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