Publications


Journal Articles

Tew, A. E., Dorn, B., Leahy, W. D., and Guzdial, M. (2008) Context as support for learning computer organization. Journal on Educational Resources in Computing, 8(3):8, 1-18.

Tenenberg, J., Fincher, S., Blaha, K., Bouvier, D., Chen, T.-Y., Chinn, D., Cooper, S., Eckerdal, A., Johnson, H., McCartney, R., Monge, A., Moström, J. E., Petre, M., Powers, K., Ratcliffe, M., Robins, A., Sanders, D., Schwartzman, L., Simon, B., Stoker, C., Tew, A. E., & VanDeGrift, T. (2005). Students designing software: A multi-national, multi-institutional study. Informatics in Education, 4, 143-162. (PDF)

McLellan, S. G., Roesler, A. W., & Elliott, A. L. (1996). The effect of advice message location on user performance. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 39(1), 43-48. (PDF)

Conference Papers

Tew, A.E. and Guzdial, M. (2010) Developing a validated assessment of fundamental CS1 concepts. Proceedings of the 41st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Edcuation, (Milwaukee, WI), 97-101.

Dorn, B., Tew, A.E., and Guzdial, M (2007) Introductory computing construct use in an end-user programming community. In VL/HCC'07: Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, (Coeur d'Alène, ID), 27-30.

Guzdial, M. and Tew, A.E., (2006) Imagineering Inauthentic Legitimate Peripheral Participation: An Instructional Design Approach for Motivating Computing Education. Proceedings of the Second International Computing Education Research Workshop, (Canterbury, UK), 51-58. (PDF)

Tew, A.E., McCracken, W.M. and Guzdial, M. (2005) Impact of alternative introductory courses on programming concept understanding. Proceedings of the First International Computing Education Research Workshop, (Seattle, WA), 25-35. (PDF)

Tew, A.E., Fowler, C. and Guzdial, M. (2005) Tracking an innovation in introductory CS education from a research university to a two-year college. Proceedings of the 36th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, (St. Louis, MO), ACM Press, 416-420. (PDF)

Fincher, S., Petre, M., Tenenberg, J., Blaha, K., Bouvier, D., Chen, T.-Y., Chinn, D., Cooper, S., Eckerdal, A., Johnson, H., McCartney, R., Monge, A., Moström, J.E., Powers, K., Ratcliffe, M., Robins, A., Sanders, D., Schwartzman, L., Simon, B., Stoker, C., Tew, A.E. and VanDeGrift, T. (2004) A multi-national, multi-institutional study of student-generated software designs. Proceedings of the Fourth Finnish/Baltic Sea Conference on Computer Science Education, (Koli, Finland), 20-27. (PDF)

Guzdial, M., McCracken, W.M. and Elliott, A. (1997) Task-specific programming languages as a first programming language? An invitation to discussion. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Engineering Education Conference, (Pittsburgh, PA), 1359-1360.

Technical Reports and Other Publications

Dorn, B., Tew, A. E., and Guzdial, M. (2008) Computer Science construct use, learning, and creative credit in a graphic design community. Technical Report GT-IC-08-01, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Interactive Computing, Atlanta, GA.

Almstrum, V.L., Henderson, P.B., Harvey, V, Heeren, C., Marion, W. Riedesel, C. Soh, L-K, and Tew, A.E. (2006). “Concept inventories in computer science for the topic discrete mathematics,” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin, 38(4), 132 – 145.

Moskal, B., Behrens, N., Guzdial, M., Tew, A.E., Dann, W. & Cooper, S. (2006). “Computer Science Assessment Instrument Development: Evaluating Attitudes and Outcomes.” National Assessment Conference, Washington, DC.

Fincher, S., Petre, M., Tenenberg, J., Blaha, K., Bouvier, D., Chen, T.-Y., Chinn, D., Cooper, S., Eckerdal, A., Johnson, H., McCartney, R., Monge, A., Moström, J. E., Powers, K., Ratcliffe, M., Robins, A., Sanders, D., Schwartzman, L., Simon, B., Stoker, C., Tew, A. E., & VanDeGrift, T. (2004). Cause for alarm? A multi-national, multi-institutional study of student-generated software designs (Tech Report No. 16-04): Computing Laboratory, University of Kent, Canterbury. (PDF)

Guzdial, M., McCracken, W.M. and Elliott, A. (1997) LCD: A learner-centered approach to developing educational software. Poster presented at Frontiers in Engineering Education, (Pittsburgh, PA), 702.