Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (The 2014 WorldComp International Conference Proceedings)
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Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering is a compendium of articles and papers that were presented at FECS '14, an international conference that serves researchers, scholars, professionals, students, and academicians. Selected topics include: Teaching Programming + Software Engineering + Performance Enhancement Methods + Integrated Learning and Related Issues Tools and Systems + Attendance Tracking, Class Management Systems, Testing and Quizz Systems, Instructional Design and Related Issues Assessment Strategies + Evaluation, Analysis, Verification Methods + Systems Learning Models, Methodologies, Tools and Case Studies Web Based Instruction, Online Systems and Methods, Distance Learning, Mobile Systems Curriculum and Course Development + Related Issues Recruitment, Retention and Mentoring + Enrollment Studies and Management + Tools and Case Studies Teaching Methods + Team Teaching + Teaching Support Systems and Tools + Case Studies Late Breaking Papers and Position Papers: Computer Science, Applied Computing, and Mathematics Education Poster Paper
About the Author
Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.
- Contributor: Hamid R. Arabnia
- Imprint: C. S. R. E. A.
- ISBN13: 9781601322715
- Number of Pages: 480
- Packaged Dimensions: 203x279mm
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: C. S. R. E. A.
- Release Date: 2015-02-04
- Series: The 2014 WorldComp International Conference Proceedings
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.