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2006 Conference
The 2006 Eight Annual CCSC-NW Conference was held October 6 & 7, 2006 at Eastern Washington University
Final Program
The Final Program and Presenter Slides for paper presentations, tutorials, and panel sessions
Student Posters
Congratulations to all the students who entered the Student Poster Session and competition
We would like to thank the following vendors who took part in the conference
2006 Committee
Many thanks to the volunteers serving on the 2006 Conference Steering Committee

2006 Eighth Annual Northwestern Regional Conference
Presenter Slides

The following presenters have agreed to share the slides from their presentations made during the 2006 conference. Note: All slides are posted as PDF files. The 2006 conference's final program is also available.


Black Hat/White Hat: An Aggressive Approach to the Graduate Computer Security Course
James R. Aman, Saint Xavier University

Getting More From Your Virtual Machine
Kyrre Begnum, University College of Oslo
John Sechrest, Oregon State University
Steven Jenkins, East Tennessee State University

Addressing the Need for a JAVA Based Game Curriculum
Scott A. Wallace, Washington State University Vancouver
Andrew Nierman, University of Puget Sound

Developing a Computer Strategy Game in an Undergraduate Course in Software Development Using Extreme Programming
Peter Drake, Lewis & Clark College
Nigel Kerr, JSTOR, Ann Arbor, MI

Integrating Role-play Into Software Engineering Courses
Tyson R. Henry, Janine LaFrance, California State University, Chico

Breaking Browsers : A Survey
Jeffrey Putnam, Kaleb Albee, Eastern Washington University

First Principles of CS Instruction
Katrin Becker, University of Calgary

Panel Sessions

Games in the Computer Science Classroom
Peter Drake, Lewis and Clark College, Classification of Games for Computer Science Education
Genevieve Orr, Willamette University, Games in the Classroom - Examples
Judith Cushing, Evergreen State University, Games as Examples in the CS Classroom

NSF's Integrative Computing Education and Research (ICER) Initiative: Whither the Northwest
Judy Cushing, The Evergreen State College
Rob Bryant, Gonzaga University
Genevieve Orr, Willamette University
Sylvia Spengler, National Science Foundation
Sharon Tuttle, Humboldt State University
Ken Yasuhara, University of Washington


Developing an Undergraduate Course in Digital Forensics
Warren Harrison, Portland State University

Equal Access: Making Your Department Accessible to Students with Disabilities
Richard Ladner, University of Washington

How to Produce a 3D Computer Animated Short in One Semester
Genevieve Orr, Willamette University

Adding Information Assurance to the Curriculum
Richard Weiss, The Evergreen State College