Monthly Archives: June 2013

CS Education Act introduced June 27, 2013

On June 27, 2013, the Computer Science Education Act was introduced into the US House by a group of bipartisan legislators. Please consider contacting your local House Rep urging him/her to support this bill. ┬áThis is DEFINITELY worth your time … Continue reading

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Best practices backed up by research at the recent NCWIT Summit

A couple of weeks ago I attended the annual NCWIT Summit. As usual, it was a smashing success including excellent sessions, lots of networking and lots of food. Amy Dalal, an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Carleton College, attended … Continue reading

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Initial impressions of a MOOC

Coursera opened the course Introduction to Systematic Program Design -┬áPart 1. Here are my initial impressions. Although I’m not familiar with administrative, financial and technical issues of MOOCs, I’ll start a few points for those who are. There are eight … Continue reading

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