Non-Programming Resources For An Introduction To CS: A Collection Of Resources For The First Courses In Computer Science
Well constructed non-programming resources have proven invaluable in aiding students master introductory CS topics. Unfortunately, such resources are hard to identify and/or develop. A working group was convened concurrent with the ITiCSE 2000 conference to examine this issue. This paper, and an accompanying Web page (http://csis.pace.edu/~bergin/iticse2000) have therefore been developed to foster the development and distribution of resources that educators can use to introduce important introductory computer science topics without programming.
J. Bergin, Charles F. Kelemen, M. McNally, T. Naps, M. Goldweber, C. Power, and S. Hartley.
"Non-Programming Resources For An Introduction To CS: A Collection Of Resources For The First Courses In Computer Science".
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