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The purpose of the workshop is to examine available interactive and visual tools for computer science, and their integration into courses.
|8:30am||Registration, coffee, juice and snacks|
|9:30am||INVITED: Student Built Algorithm Animation as a Learning Aid, John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology|
|10:00am||Interactive Student Support for Introductory Computer Science Courses, Erika Rogers, Clark Atlanta University|
|10:30am||"This-is-how-a-computer-works:" A teaching program for lecture, laboratory, and home study, Alan W. Biermann, Duke University|
|11:30am||INVITED: Interactive Learning Tools for Topics in Artificial Intelligence, Ellen Walker, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|12:00pm||Visualization in the first two courses: Non-technological props as tools for learning, Owen Astrachan, Duke University|
|12:30pm||Educational Case Library as a Learning Aid in Computer Graphics, Amnon Shabo, Georgia Institute of Technology|
|2:00pm||Visual Demonstrations of Automata and Parsing, Susan Rodger, Duke University|
|2:30pm||Discussion: The Future Classroom Dave Poplawski, Michigan Technological University|
|3:00pm||Creating an Apprenticeship Environment for Learning Object-Oriented Design and Programming, Mark Guzdial, Georgia Institute of Technology|
Persons interested in attending should register BY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, by contacting Susan Rodger (email@example.com). There is no charge for attending the workshop, but space is limited.
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