Tuesday, June 3, 1997

0930 - 1030 -- Featured Speaker: C. Dianne Martin
Empowering Educators and Parents: Content Advisories for the Internet

1030 - 1115 -- Break and Poster Presentations

1115 - 1245 -- Session 4: Concurrent Papers

A4 -Panel

Using Java in CS Education

Nan C. Schaller, Rochester Institute Of Technology, USA

Panel Members:
Michael Berman, Rowan University USA

Judith Bishop, University of Pretoria South Africa

Paddy Nixon, Trinity College Ireland

Evelyn Rozanski, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Peter Welch, University of Kent, UK

B4 - New Settings for Teaching CS Topics

Long Paper

Design and Realization of an Interactive Multimedia Server in Education
K. Coninx, B. Daems, F. Van Reeth and E. Flerackers, Limburg University Center (LUC), Belgium

Short Papers

Using a Network Simulation Package to Teach the Client-Server Model
Michael W. Dixon, Tanya J. McGill, Murdoch University, Australia;
Johan M. Karlsson, Lund Institute Of Technology, Sweden

Recursion and Grammars for CS2
Viera K. Proulx, Northeastern University, USA

Concurrent Programming CAN be Introduced into the Lower-Level Undergraduate Curriculum.
Michael B. Feldman, Bruce D. Bachus, The George Washington University, USA

Mid Day Meal

Afternoon Excursion (Separate Registration)

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