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FECS'09: July 15, 2009 Schedule

Last modified 2009-06-20 14:14

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


SESSION 4-FECS:   CASE STUDIES
                  Chair: Prof. Donald R. Schwartz, Dept. Chair, Millsaps College, MS, USA
                  July 15, 2009 (Wednesday); 08:00am - 10:20am
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 8)

08:00 - 08:20am:  Computer Science in General Education Courses
                  Dee Parks and Kenneth Moorman
                  Appalachian State University, USA

08:20 - 08:40am:  The Benefits and Drawbacks of "Real World" Software Engineering
                  Semester Projects: A Case Study
                  Donald R. Schwartz
                  Millsaps College, USA

08:40 - 09:00am:  Comparison of In-Class and Online Performance Based on Grades and
                  Student Evaluation in an Introductory Computer Course
                  Nasser Tadayon and Eric Freden
                  Southern Utah University, USA

09:00 - 09:20am:  Computer Science Education in China: A Curricular and Pedagogical Study
                  Kun Shao and Peter Maher
                  Webster University, USA

09:20 - 09:40am:  AdminUCV NGN: An Open Source Didactic Application for Network
                  Management with Support for IPv4 and IPv6
                  Kathleen Jimenez, William Lopez and Eric Gamess
                  Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

09:40 - 10:00am:  Educational Qualifications And Factors Influencing Decision
                  Making In The Employment Of ICT Professionals
                  Nwanze, Ezeamaka David and Egbokhare, Francisca A.
                  Univesity of Benin, Nigeria

10:00 - 10:20am:  Potentially a FREE SLOT
                  A Longitudinal Study of the Application of Problem-Based Learning
                  in Teaching Systems Analysis and Design
                  Chiemeke, S. C. and Egbokhare, F. A.
                  University of Benin, Nigeria

10:20 - 10:40am:  BREAK


SESSION 5-FECS:   PROJECTS + SOFTWARE ENGINEERING + MANAGEMENT + UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
                  Chairs: Felix Bollou* and Dave Tahmoush**
                  *American University of Nigeria, Nigeria
                  **University of Maryland, College Park, USA
                  July 15, 2009 (Wednesday); 10:40am - 12:40pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 8)

10:40 - 11:00am:  Development of a System For Teaching C/C++ Using Robots in the
                  First CS1 Course Using Open Source Software
                  A. Delman, L. Goetz, Y. Langsam, T. Raphan
                  City University of New York, Brooklyn College, USA

11:00 - 11:20am:  Enhancing Software Project Management Courses With Industry Participation 
                  Dave Tahmoush, Sandro Fouche, Scott McMaster, Jim Purtilo
                  University of Maryland, College Park, USA

11:20 - 11:40am:  Software Engineering Education and Formal Methods
                  Stuart Steele
                  Polytechnic Institute of NYU, Brooklyn, New York, USA

11:40 - 12:00pm:  The Design and Implementation of a Real-World Project for a Real
                  Client in a One-Semester Software Engineering Course
                  Iyad A. Ajwa, Steven Drozdowski, Christopher Duran, Branden Hamilton,
                  and Zachary Porter
                  Ashland University, USA

12:00 - 12:20pm:  Introducing Software Engineering and Computer Science Students to
                  Desgin Instead of Automation
                  Felix Bollou and Japari Ngilari
                  American University of Nigeria, Yola, Nigeria

12:20 - 12:40pm:  Traditional Teams vs. Team-Based Learning in an Undergraduate CS Course
                  Paul Piwowarski
                  University of Kentucky, USA

12:40 - 02:00pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)


02:00 - 06:00pm:  During this period, FECS'09 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to SERP'09, MSV'09, CGVR'09, ICOMP'09,
                  SWWS'09, SAM'09, or EEE'09. These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of FECS'09.


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


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