Accepted Posters

  • Monday 11th July 2016, 10.00 & 15.00
  • Tuesday 12th July, 2016, 10.00
  • Wednesday 13th July 2016, 10.00 & 15.00

Venue: Outside Auditorium
Chair: Amruth Kumar


Id Title of Invited, Keynote, or Accepted Submission All Authors Full Names with Main Affiliation Country
1  Multidisciplinary Minor in Forensics in a Small Liberal Arts University Apana Mahadev, Anne Falke, Penny Martin, Maura Pavao (Worcester State University, USA) USA
2 Lab Activity Question Queue Software Durell Bouchard (Roanoke College, USA) USA
3 Didactical ideas in Computer Science Beatriz Rabin Cymerman, Sylvia da Rosa (Universidad de la República - Instituto de Computación, Uruguay) Uruguay
4 Industry Perspectives and the IT2017 Report Barbara Viola (Viotech Solutions Inc, USA) USA
5 Influence of the Programming Environment on Programming Education Daisuke Saito, Hironori Washizaki, Yoshiaki Fukazawa (Wasada University, Japan) Japan
6 Reduction Patterns - A Practical Tool For Proving Undecidability Judith Gal-Ezer (The Open University of Israel, Israel); Mark Trakhtenbrot (Holon Institute of Technology, Israel) Israel
7 UNIXvisual: A Visualization Tool for Teaching the UNIX Permission Model Man Wang, Jean Mayo, Ching-Kuang Shene, Steve Carr (Western Michigan University, USA); Chaoli Wang (University of Notre Dame, USA) USA
8 ACM Undergraduate Curricular Guidance in  Computer Science: The First Two Years Cara Tang (Portland Community College, USA); Elizabeth Hawthorne (Union County College, USA); Cindy Tucker (Bluegrass Community and Technical College, USA) USA
9 Learning MMIX in Secondary School Through Conjecture, Critique, and Experimentation Emma Wong, Steven Hassani (Carmel Institute, USA) USA
10 Challenges of Introducing Computer Science into the Traditional Grammar of K-12 Schooling Maria Emilia Echeveste (Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Argentina) Argentina
11 Tracking Computer Sciences’ Syllabus by its Research Subject Julio Santisteban, Danet Delgado-Castillo (Universidad Católica San Pablo, Peru) Peru
12 RoBlock: Programming Learning with Mobile Robotics Pedro Guillermo Feijoo Garcia, Mario Fernando De la Rosa Rosero (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia) Colombia
13 Broader and Earlier Access to Machine Learning Thomas Way, Lillian Cassel, Paula Matuszek, Mary-Angela Papalaskari, Carol Weiss (Villanova University, USA) USA
14 A Parallel, Conjoined Approach to Interdisciplinary Computer Science Education Thomas Way, Seth Whidden (Villanova University, USA) USA
15 A Web-Based Environment to Teach Introductory Programming based on a Bi-Directional Layered Notional Machine Li Sui, Jens Dietrich, Eva Heinrich (Massey University, New Zealand); Manfred Meyer (Westphalian University of Applied Sciences, Germany) Germany
16 Better Online Teaching Support  Using Open-Source Web Applications Dorian Voegeli, Nicholas Clark, John Mark Pullen (George Mason University, USA) USA
17 Make and Learn: A CS Principles Course Based on the Arduino Platform Ingrid Russell (University of Hartford, USA); Karen Jin, Mihaela Sabin (University of New Hampshire, USA) USA
18 Improving student performance in a first programming course Liliana Machuca, Oswaldo Solarte (Universidad del Valle. Cali, Colombia) Colombia
19 Potigol, a Programming Language for Beginners Leonardo Lucena, Márcia Lucena (Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte, Brasil) Brasil
20 Implementation of a Robotics and IoT Laboratory for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science Courses Jorge Guerra, Felix Fermin (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru) Peru
21 How can we improve student workflow practices to better enable student success in CS1? Anthony Estey, Yvonne Coady (University of Victoria, Canada) Canada
22 Teaching High School Student Computational Thinking with Hands-on Activities Wei-Lin Li, Chiu-Fan Hu, Cheng-Chih Wu (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan) Taiwan
23 Applying the Whole-Part-Whole Andragogy to Computing Sarnath Ramnath (St Cloud State University, USA) USA
24 Towards an open-source web security survey applicable to university students Rafael Bonilla, Lenín Tenecela, Washington Vélez, Ruddy Moncayo Rafael I. Bonilla (Escuela Superior del Litoral, Ecuador) Ecuador