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SIGCSE 2011: Reaching Out
The 42nd ACM Technical Symposium on
Computer Science Education
March 9-12, 2011, Dallas, Texas, USA
http://www.sigcse.org/sigcse2011/

National Science Foundation Showcase

All NSF showcases take place in Lone Star BC

Location: Lone Star BC

  • Problets and Codelets for Learning Introductory Programming (CCLI/TUES): Amruth Kumar
  • "Hands-On" Collaborative Reasoning across the Curriculum (CCLI/TUES): Jason O. Hallstrom, Joseph E. Hollingsworth, Joan Krone, Chong Pak, Murali Sitaraman
  • A Creative Collaboration between CSE and Biological Sciences through Cloud-enabled Evolutionary Biology Learning Tool (CI-TEAM): Bina Ramamurthy, Jessica Poulin, Katharina Dittmar De la Cruz
  • Supporting American's Veterans and Wounded Warriors (CI-TEAM): Ray Vaughn, David Dampier

Location: Lone Star BC

  • Project MLeXAI: Machine Learning Experiences in the Undergraduate Curriculum (CCLI/TUES): Ingrid Russell, Zdravko Markov
  • From CSI, an Integrated Exhibit and Web-based Learning Initiative, to TexNET, a Professional Development Network for Museum Professionals (ISE): Charlie Walter
  • A Unifying Paradigm for Dynamic Simulation (CPATH): Richard M. Salter
  • Project: CyberCHEQS: A Service-Oriented Cyberinfrastructure (SOCI) for Thermochemical Data and Computation Services (CI-TEAM): Subrata Bhattacharjee, Christopher Paolini, Kris Stewart, Mary Thomas, Ofodike Ezekoye

Location: Lone Star BC

  • The CyberCIEGE Video Game in Cybersecurity Education (SFS): Cynthia Irvine, Michael Thompson
  • Quahog Cohorts: A Community of Student Scientists (S-STEM): Kathryn Sanders
  • Project EXCE2L (Excellence in Computer Education with Entrepreneurship and Leadership Skills) (CPATH): Wendy Tang, Simona Doboli
  • CI-Facilitators: Accelerating Knowledge Development across the STEM Disciplines (CI-TEAM): Jeffrey Stanton, Elizabeth Liddy, Richard Lankes, Derrick Cogburn, Megan Oakleaf

Location: Lone Star BC

  • Computational Art and Creative Coding: Teaching CS1 with Processing (CCLI/TUES): Ira Greenberg, Deepak Kumar, Dianna Xu
  • Presentation of the 2011 AlgoViz Awards (NSDL): Cliff Shaffer
  • Demonstration of Remote Robotic Exploration and Experimentation (CI-TEAM): William Smart, Bruce Maxwell
  • Modular CS1 from the Inside Out (CPATH): Christine Alvarado, Zach Dodds

Location: Lone Star BC

  • Ensemble: Connecting Computing Educators (NSDL): Peter Brusilovsky, Steve Carpenter, Lillian Cassel, Lois M. L. Delcambre, Steve Edwards, Edward A Fox, Richard Furuta, Daniel Garcia, Gregory Hislop, Haowei Hsieh, Frank Shipman
  • Leveraging Map-based CI Resources for Middle School Earth Science Curriculum (CI-TEAM): Youwen Ouyang
  • Encouraging digital literacy, college readiness and persistence among Native Americans (CI-TEAM): Richard Mosholder
  • Computational Thinking as a Foundation for Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Education (CPATH): Suzanne Westbrook

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