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View Resource A Virtual Computer Science Community for New Mexico

This project establishes a New Mexico Computer Science (CS) Community Consortium with selected two-year community colleges around the State to promote computer science education through regular visits and distance education offerings from the NMSU Department of Computer Science. The project includes activities in the areas of program improvement, professional development for educators,...

View Resource CREATE Online Learning Modules

The California Regional Consortium for Engineering Advances in Technological Education (CREATE) is “a joint effort between seven community colleges and over 30 large high tech engineering/technology employers.” CREATE’s purpose is to “develop a regional approach to workforce preparation and training, and to meet emerging needs for innovative, flexible strategies to educate...

View Resource How to use USB without knowing USB

USB is now a mature technology yet many people are not using it since they perceive it as "too complicated." To date, all USB books and most USB technical articles have presented USB as a "technical wonder" and the reader is flooded with details such as packet types and descriptor parsing. Not surprisingly, many people who could take advantage of USB are holding back. This paper treats USB as a...

View Resource Hybrid Content Delivery: On-Line Lectures and Interactive Lab Assignments

A few Purdue University Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty members adopted an experimental format for content delivery in a programming course. In the experimental format, lectures are recorded and delivered on-line. Students attend laboratory sessions and can obtain interactive and individualized assistance; each session teaches one programming tool, including version control, visual...

View Resource Integration of C into an Introductory Course in Machine Organization

We describe the reform of a fourth-semester course in computer organization in the Computer Science BS curriculum at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), an urban minority-serving institution, where Java and integrated development environments (IDEs) have been adopted as the language and development environment used in the first three semesters of major coursework. This project was...

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