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2008A. E. Tew, B. Dorn, W. D. Leahy, and M. Guzdial. Context as support for learning computer organization. Journal on Educational Resources in Computing, in press.
2007B. Dorn, A. E. Tew, and M. Guzdial. 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, to appear. [PDF]
S. Yarosh and M. Guzdial. Narrating data structures. In Proceedings of the Third International Computing Education Research Workshop, to appear.
L. Cassel, A. McGettrick, M. Guzdial, and E Roberts. Special Session: The current crisis in computing: what are the real issues? In SIGCSE 2007: Proceedings of the 38th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, 339-340. [html]
2006Dorn, B. and Guzdial, M., Graphic Designers Who Program as Informal Computer Science Learners. In Proceedings of the Second International Computing Education Research Workshop, (Canterbury, UK, 2006), 127-134. [PDF]
Guzdial, M. and Tew, A.E., Imagineering Inauthentic Legitimate Peripheral Participation: An Instructional Design Approach for Motivating Computing Education. In Proceedings of the Second International Computing Education Research Workshop, (Canterbury, UK, 2006), 51-58. [PDF]
2005Forte, A. and Guzdial, M. Motivation and Nonmajors in Computer Science: Identifying Discrete Audiences for Introductory Courses. IEEE Transactions on Education, 48 (2). 248-253. [PDF]
Guzdial, M. and Forte, A., Design Process for a Non-majors Computing Course. In Proceedings of the 36th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Sciencee Education, (St. Louis, MO, 2005), ACM Press, 361-365. [PDF]
Tew, A.E., McCracken, W.M. and Guzdial, M., Impact of alternative introductory courses on programming concept understanding. In Proceedings of the First International Computing Education Research Workshop, (Seattle, WA, 2005), 25-35. [PDF]
2004Forte, A. and Guzdial, M., Computers for communication, not calculation: Media as a motivation and context for learning. In Proceedings of the Hawai'i International Conference on System Science, (Big Island, Hawaii, 2004). [PDF]
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