Department of Computer Science
Computer Science Education Research at GW

This site contains content and links related to research in computer science education done in the Department of Computer Science, The George Washington University, Washington, DC 20052. Links marked (*) report on empirical studies carried out as part of recent doctoral dissertation work here. Most of the work has been done under the supervision of three professors: Michael Feldman, Rachelle Heller, and C. Dianne Martin.

Concurrent Programming Can Be Introduced into the Lower-Level Undergraduate Curriculum (*)

The Impact of Presenting Concurrency in the Introductory Computer Science Course (*)

Very High-Level Debugging: Evaluation of Diagnosis and Solutions for Ada Concurrent Programs (*)

An Empirical Study of the Role of Program Generation Strategies and Plans in Concurrent Programming (*)

Interactive Data Structure Visualizations (*)

Using HTML Linking to Help Novice Programmers to Reuse Components (*)

Development and Validation of a Multimedia User Interface Usability Evaluation Tool in the Context of Educational Web Sites (*)

Component Identification Framework and Toolkit (CIFT) in Support of Reusable Class Libraries (*)

Experiences using Ada and Java in Computer Science Education

ImpactCS: Social Impact and Ethics Topics across the CS Curriculum

Links to Other CSE Research Sites

Uppsala University, Sweden
University of Texas, Austin
Georgia Institute of Technology
Computer Science Education Research Groups International

NOTE: These links are to sites devoted to research (especially empirical studies) in Computer Science Education. For a wonderful and comprehensive collection of pointers to course materials and courseware for CS education, visit Renee McCauley's CS Links.

last modified November 16, 1999
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