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FECS'10: July 13, 2010 Schedule

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6:45am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)


08:00 - 08:20am:  FREE SLOT

SESSION 2-FECS:   TEACHING METHODS + RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION METHODS + ASSESSMENT
                  Co-Chairs: Prof. John Hadjilogiou* and Prof. Robert M. Siegfried**
                  *Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA;
                  **Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, USA
                  July 13, 2010 (Tuesday); 08:20am - 12:20pm
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

08:20 - 08:40am:  DRO Secure E-Voting System
                  Shantee Davis, LaToya Rich, Felicia Osborne, and Luay A. Wahsheh
                  Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

08:40 - 09:00am:  ESRATEA Educational Software for Recursive Algorithm Time
                  Efficiency Analysis
                  Irena Pevac, Tommy Crapenter
                  Central Connecticut State University, Nea Britain, Connecticut, USA

09:00 - 09:20am:  Teaching Databases with Google Platforms
                  Susan Loveland
                  Adams State College, Alamosa, Colorado, USA

09:20 - 09:40am:  Using the Tracing Method and RandomLinearizer for Teaching C++
                  Tom M. Warms
                  Pennsylvania State University, Abington, PA, USA

09:40 - 10:00am:  The Mythical Creature Approach - A Simulation Alternative to
                  Building Computer Architectures
                  Peter Jamieson, Darrel Davis, Brooke Spangler
                  Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, USA

10:00 - 10:20am:  Embrace Wholeness in Teaching Methodology for Computer Scientists
                  and Engineers
                  John Hadjilogiou, Samuel Kozaitis, Pattarapong Rojanasthien,
                  Abhijit Chakravarty, Ramakanth Subbagari
                  Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), Florida, USA

10:20 - 10:40am:  BREAK

10:40 - 11:00am:  Offering Game Development Courses to Enhance Enrollments in
                  College Computer Programs
                  Wayne Machuca
                  Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon, USA

11:00 - 11:20am:  Algoritharium: Facilitating an Early Focus on Algorithms in
                  an Objects-Early CS1 Course
                  Sridhar Narayan, Jack Tompkins, Gene Tagliarini
                  University of North Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

11:20 - 11:40am:  Attention and Learning in the Computer Science Classroom
                  Karina Assiter and Durga Suresh
                  Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, USA

11:40 - 12:00pm:  Assessment Methodologies in Information Structures Online Course
                  Suresh Kalathur
                  Boston University Metropolitan College, Boston, MA, USA

12:00 - 12:20pm:  Development of a System for Teaching CS1 in C/C++ with Lego NXT Robots
                  A. Delman, A. Ishak, L. Goetz, M. Kunin, Y. Langsam, T. Raphan
                  City University of New York, Brooklyn College, New York, USA

12:20 - 01:20pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)


01:20 - 03:00pm:  During this period, FECS'10 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to SERP'10, MSV'10, CGVR'10, ICOMP'10,
                  SWWS'10, SAM'10, & EEE'10. These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of FECS'10.

03:00 - 03:20pm:  BREAK


SESSION 3-FECS:   GENERAL TOPICS: FRONTIERS IN EDUCATION: CS & CE
                  Co-Chairs: Dr. Alicia Nicki Washington, Howard University, USA and
                  Prof. V. Clincy, MSACS Director, Kennesaw State University, USA
                  July 13, 2010 (Tuesday); 03:20pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

03:20 - 03:40pm:  Lessons Learned from Archiving Student Projects in an Introductory
                  Computer Graphics Course
                  Florante R. Salvador
                  De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Merkle-Hellman Knapsack Cryptosystem in Undergraduate Computer
                  Science Curriculum
                  Yana Kortsarts and Yulia Kempner
                  Widener University, Chester, PA, USA;
                  Holon Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel

04:00 - 04:20pm:  Effect of Technology in Computer Literacy Courses
                  Nasser Tadayon, Connie Nyman, Nathan Barker
                  Southern Utah University, Utah, USA

04:20 - 04:40pm:  Graduating Engineers in the U.S.: Bridging Engineering and
                  Entrepreneurship for African-American High School Students
                  A. Nicki Washington, Grant Warner, Legand Burge, Kenneth Anderson
                  Howard University, Washington, DC, USA

04:40 - 05:00pm:  Virtualization, is it worth it? A Technical Approach 
                  Errol A. Blake and Victor Clincy
                  Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia, USA

05:00 - 05:20pm:  Technological Advances to Distance Learning
                  Ceren Ozturk and Victor Clincy
                  Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia, USA

05:20 - 05:40pm:  A Web Tool for Active Code Reading
                  Daniel Hoffman and Ming Lu
                  UVIC, Canada

05:40 - 06:00pm:  Are American College Homepages Accessible? Does It Matter?
                  Robert M. Siegfried, Joseph J. DiLallo, Patrick J. Breitwieser,
                  Merry Christien Enriquez, Robert A. Stoll
                  Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, USA


06:00 - 09:00pm:  KEYNOTES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS + TUTORIALS
                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)


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