FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2000
REGISTRATION 1 pm—5 pm
WELCOME 2:00—2:15 pm
Rob Bryant, Gonzaga Univ., and Dave Hansen, George Fox Univ.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2:15 – 3:15 pm
The Simple Ways We Deal with Complexity,
Tim Budd, Oregon State University
CONCURRENT SESSIONS I: 3:30—4:45 pm
Powers of 10: The Case for Changing the First
Course in Computer Graphics, Steve Cunningham, California State Univ.(Sponsored by ACM SIGCSE)
An Introduction to Java 3D,
Jenny Orr, Willamette Univ.
Advising Students for Computer Science, Rob Bryant, Gonzaga Univ.; Sherri Shulman, The Evergreen State College; George Hauser, PLU; Terry Scott, Univ. of Northern Colorado
Computer Science Laboratory Projects: Breadth through Depth, Richard Rasala, Viera Proulx, & Jeff Raab, Northeastern Univ. (Sponsored by ACM SIGCSE)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS II 5:00—6:15 pm
Implementing an E-Commerce Curriculum in a CIS Program, Rahul Tikekar & Daniel Wilson, Southern Oregon Univ.
An XML Model for Small Business E-commerce, Jim Sims & Rahul Tikekar, Southern Oregon Univ.
Computing Curriculum 2001: Getting Down to Specifics, Eric Roberts, Stanford Univ. (Sponsored by ACM SIGCSE)
Patterns & Toolkits in Introductory CS Courses, Richard Rasala & Viera Proulx, Northeastern Univ.
(Sponsored by ACM SIGCSE)
SOCIAL HOUR (no host-bar) 6:45 pm
BANQUET 7:00 pm
BANQUET ADDRESS 8:00 pm
Teaching Abroad—How to Get the Most Out of a Sabbatical, John G. Meinke, Maryland in Europe Graduate Programs, Heidelberg, Germany
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2000
CONCURRENT SESSIONS III 8:30—9:45am
Software Engineering Throughout a Traditional Computer Science Curriculum, J. Paul Myers, Jr., Trinity Univ.
A Capstone Course for a Computer Information Systems Major, Sharon M. Tuttle, Humboldt State Univ.
Touring the C++ Classroom Project, Mike Otten, OIT (Sponsored by NSF/SIGCSE)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS IV 10:00—11:15 am
Teaching Advanced Problem Solving: Implications for the CS Curriculum, John Paxton & Brendan Mumey, Montana State Univ.
Using Simulation Across the Curriculum, Matthew Dickerson, Timothy Haung, & Ingrid Russell, Middlebury College, Univ. Hartford
A Tool for Teaching Advanced Data Structures to Computer Science Students, Katrin Becker & Melissa Beacham, Univ. of Calgary
Using Visualization Tools to Teach Compiler Design, Steven R. Vegdahl, Univ. of Portland
Introducing Java, Ed Epp, Intel Corp.
Java: Hercules or Godzilla, Ed Epp, Intel Corp.
(Sponsored by NSF/SIGCSE)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS V 11:30—12:45 pm
Assessing the Ripple Effect of CS1 Language Choice, Adair Dingle, Seattle Univ.
A Paradigm Shift to OOP Has Occurred, Implementation to Follow, William Mitchell, Univ. of Arkansas at Little Rock
Multiple Ways to Incorporate Oracle’s Databases and Tools into the Entire Curriculum, Cathy Bareis, Olivet Nazarene Univ.
Triple Boot Machines for Cash-Strapped Small College Labs, Paul DePalma, Gonzaga Univ.
An Introduction to Tcl/Tk: The Best Language for Introduction to Computer Science Courses, Peter Isaacson, Univ. of Northern Colorado
LUNCH 1:00 pm
WRAP-UP 2:00 pm
CCSC-NW 2001 Regional Steering Committee Meeting 2:30—4:30 pm
Accommodations are available at:
Wellesley Inn & Suites
19311 NW Cornell Road
Hillsboro, OR 97124
To receive the convention rate of $59 for a Queen and $69 for a King/2-double make reservations before September 23, under George Fox/CCSC.
Shuttles from Portland airport listed on conf. Web site (www.nic.edu/ccsc). $25 one-way, $5/each
extra person. Willamette Expr.
Shuttle (503)-381-8488. Best to call day in advance.