Disseminations of the project and its results on major computer science education forums
Automating the production of Algorithm Teaching Materials in PowerPoint Format (Faculty Poster), S. Zhang and J. Ryder, the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Eastern Conference (CCSCE), March, 2009.
- Preliminary Implementation of the Teaching Slides Generators for Heapsort and Range Coder(Student Poster), E. Williams and T. Kish, S. Zhang (Faculty advisor) and J. Ryder (Faculty advisor), the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges North-Eastern Conference (CCSCNE) 2009.
Building a Generator-based Cyber Platform for Automating Production of PPT-based Algorithm Visualization Teaching Materials, S. Zhang and J. Ryder, SIGCSE 2011: Reaching Out, The 42nd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Mar. 09-12, 2011
USING AND DEVELOPING AUTOMATICALLY-GENERATED MICROSOFT POWERPOINT SLIDES TO FACILITATE TEACHING OF DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS — TUTORIAL PRESENTATION, the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Eastern Conference (CCSCE) Oct. 14-15, 2011, Arlington, VA, S. Zhang and J. Ryder, Also published by The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 27(3), Jan. 2012 (To appear)
Pedagogical practices and benefits of using auto-generation approach to facilitate teaching data structures and algorithms, Sen Zhang and James Ryder, Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Volume 28 Issue 6, June 2013, Pages 203-204, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges , USA (Poster presentation CCSCNE April 12, 2013, Albany, NY)
Automating Production of PowerPoint-Based Algorithm Visualization Teaching Materials, , Sen Zhang and James Ryder, SUNY CIT poster presentation, IITG grant PowerPoint Presentation May 21-May 24, 2013 (Utica, NY)
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