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April 2014 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 29 Issue 4, April 2014
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Over the past decade the participation of females in the tech industry has declined rather than advanced. This is unfortunate for young women because of the incredible career opportunities, for the tech industry because of the loss of incoming talent, and for society because of the loss of diversity of ...
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October 2011 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 27 Issue 1, October 2011
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Despite the excellent opportunities and salaries in computing careers, participation by females has declined over the past twenty years (see [1]). Two of the major factors contributing to this decline are the reduced numbers of females starting and graduating as computer science majors, and the large fraction of women who ...
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June 2017 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 32 Issue 6, June 2017
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This presentation describes an innovative approach to help secondary school teachers enhance their computer science (CS) knowledge through the "Computer Science for All in Western New York" (CSA-WNY) project. Since 2012, the presenters are four time recipients of annual funding from Google Inc. from the CS4HS (Computer Science for High ...
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May 2003 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 18 Issue 5, May 2003
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June 2012 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 27 Issue 6, June 2012
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Using undergraduate teaching assistant (UTA) as part of the teaching process has created student success in computing courses. Many researchers [3, 7] have shown that peer-led team learning (PLTL) has improved student engagement and retention of under achiever students in introductory computer courses. Using PLTL has been successful in reducing ...
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June 2008 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 23 Issue 6, June 2008
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The earliest encryption algorithms were based on two basic techniques: substitution and transposition. This tutorial will demonstrate the use of these two techniques in several classical encryption algorithms. These algorithms will include Caesar Cipher, Playfair Cipher, Vigenere Cipher, Simple Binary Cipher, Rail Fence Technique, and other more complex transposition methods. ...
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May 2008 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 23 Issue 5, May 2008
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As girls enter their teenage years, they often lose interest in the concepts and activities of information and computer science. By the time high school girls consider options for college, their interest in computer-related educational programs is considerably lower than that of their male counterparts. This trend is troubling, both ...
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December 2001 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 17 Issue 2, December 2001
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This paper discusses a way to introduce the concepts of usability and usability testing into an undergraduate human-computer interface class that does not require an elaborate or expensive usability lab setting. This approach gives students a more concrete understanding of the concepts that are covered in the course and engages ...
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May 2004 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 19 Issue 5, May 2004
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This paper describes methods for adding numerical error experimentation to an upper level course in ethics and professionalism in Computer Science. The purpose is to enhance the students' understanding of the potential harmful effects of programs with faults.
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December 2007 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 23 Issue 2, December 2007
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Science and mathematics majors need programming skills, but many are less interested in gaining those skills than are CS majors. At our institution we have two entries into the CS major, one a typical CS1 course and the other, covering the same CS1 material, taking almost all of its examples ...
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October 2016 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 32 Issue 1, October 2016
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Big data is currently being created at a staggering estimate of 2.5 exabytes per day with data from sources such as sensors, social media sites, mobile devices, and business transaction records. With this quantity of generated and stored data (Volume), the speed at which these data are being generated (Velocity) ...
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June 2012 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 27 Issue 6, June 2012
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This paper addresses an issue in a larger research context which seeks to establish that individuals with minimal mathematical training can acquire fundamental programming skills through a more gradual and evolutionary teaching approach. A variety of teaching techniques will be discussed, but the focus here is on a current impediment ...
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October 2000 Proceedings of the second annual CCSC on Computing in Small Colleges Northwestern conference
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This paper is intended to stimulate discussion about the progress of students through the typical CS2 course. It is based on test results from only a single class, and is thus extremely limited in terms of applicability or extensibility. However, the problems encountered by the class on this test seem ...
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January 2001  Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 16 Issue 2, Jan. 2001 November 2000  CCSC '00: Proceedings of the fourteenth annual consortium on Small Colleges Southeastern conference
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June 2010 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 25 Issue 6, June 2010
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Declining enrollments in computer science are a cause of great concern. There has been a 30% decline in enrollments in computer science bachelor programs over this decade and more than a 50% decline in the enrollment of women in computer science [1]. This paper describes a unique way of attracting ...
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June 2009 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 24 Issue 6, June 2009
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Traditional approaches to programming education work well for conventional computer science students, but in the face of reduced enrollments and a severe underrepresentation of women and minorities, we must offer a variety of pedagogies to reach students who do not respond to this pedagogical approach. Research spanning several decades suggests ...
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January 2017 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 32 Issue 3, January 2017
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Teaching students is challenging. As educators, we strive to help students to understand and apply important concepts from our courses. Active learning activities are often enjoyable to students and have been found to enhance student learning. Including a novel, kinesthetic activity can help to engage students and assist them in ...
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January 2012 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 27 Issue 3, January 2012
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Agile software processes are becoming more pervasive in industry settings; however these same processes have not been widely adopted in academic settings. A common thread among agile software processes is the iterative approach to the software lifecycle. It can be challenging to integrate a pure agile process in a typical ...
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January 2014 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 29 Issue 3, January 2014
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This paper describes the experience of including an assignment module, focused on reading, analyzing, and reflecting on a professional computer science book, in a mid-level computer science course at a small, liberal arts school. The assignment required students to self-select and read a book from diverse list of titles. After ...
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December 2005 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 21 Issue 2, December 2005
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There is a renewed interest in incorporating peer review activities into computer science courses in response to current interest in active learning and group projects. The peer review process models real world professional activities, provides students with the opportunity to learn how to deal with criticism and how to provide ...
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December 2005 Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges: Volume 21 Issue 2, December 2005
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Graduates of computing science curricula are expected to have both technical skills and the ability to work successfully in groups. In order to enhance their hiring capabilities, group projects have become ubiquitous in upper level courses. Unfortunately, students are often inexperienced with the skills required to successfully manage these team ...
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