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1995 – 1999

  • Last, Mary Z. “Virtual teams in computing education.” SIGCSE 1999: The Thirtieth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. 1999. [Article]
  • Mead, N. R. “Panel: industry/university collaborations: what makes them tick?.” FIE’99 Frontiers in Education. 29th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference. Designing the Future of Science and Engineering Education. Conference Proceedings (IEEE Cat. No. 99CH37011. Vol. 2. IEEE Computer Society, (1999): 12d8_1-12d8_2. [Article]
  • Panteli, Androniki, Janet Stack, and Harvie Ramsay. “Gender and professional ethics in the IT industry.” Journal of Business Ethics 22 (1999): 51-61. [Article]
  • Young, A., L. Senadheera, and Tony Clear. “Knowledge Skills and Abilities demanded of graduates in the new learning environment.” (1999). [Report]
  • Hensel, Mark. “The approaching crisis in computing education: Enrollment, technology, curricula, standards, and their impact on educational institutions.” Journal of Information Systems Education 9.3 (1998): 24-30. [Article]
  • Turner, A. Joe. “Trends in teaching informatics.” Informatics in Higher Education: Views on informatics and non-informatics curricula (1998): 148-155. [Article]
  • Roy, Geoffrey G., and Valerie E. Veraart. “Software engineering education: from an engineering perspective.” Proceedings 1996 International Conference Software Engineering: Education and Practice. IEEE, (1996): 256-262. [Article]
  • Tucker, Allen B. “Strategic directions in computer science education.” ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 28.4 (1996): 836-845. [Article]
  • Hirmanpour, Iraj, Thomas B. Hilburn, and Andrew Kornecki. “A domain centered curriculum: an alternative approach to computing education.” Proceedings of the twenty-sixth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. 1995: 126-130. [Article]
  • Roberts, Paula. “Ethics: the neglected factor in computing education.” IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education. Boston, MA: Springer US, (1995): 921-928. [Article]

1990 – 1994

  • Coyle, Frank P., et al. “Meeting the needs of industry: SMU’s Master’s degree program in software engineering.” Software Engineering Education: 7th SEI CSEE Conference San Antonio, Texas, USA, January 5–7, 1994 Proceedings 7. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, (1994): 541-554. [Article]
  • Cunningham, Sally Jo. “Learning to write and writing to learn: integrating communication skills into the computing curriculum.” Proceedings Software Education Conference (SRIG-ET’94). IEEE, (1994): 306-312. [Article]
  • Marshall, Kimball P. “Preparing for change in computer education for business.” Journal of Education for Business 68.6 (1993): 376-380. [Article]
  • Soloway, Elliot. “Technology in education (introduction).” Communications of the ACM 36.5 (1993): 28-30. [Article]
  • Von Green, La. “Putting Software Engineering Education in Its Place.” Software Engineering Education. Elsevier, (1993): 39-46. [Article]
  • Grant, Douglas D. “Software Engineering Education in the 1990s—The way forward.” SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, (1992): 9-22. [Article]
  • Slade, Sarah. “The young physicist’s view of engineering and computing.” Physics Education 27.3 (1992): 134. [Article]
  • Dain, Julia. “Women and computing: Some responses to falling numbers in higher education.” Women’s Studies International Forum. Vol. 14. No. 3. Pergamon, (1991): 217-225. [Article]
  • Frailey, Dennis J., A. Joe Turner, and Stuart H. Zweben. “Adequacy and health of academic-industry coupling.” Communications of the ACM 34.10 (1991): 126-129. [Article]
  • Friedman, Batya, and Terry Winograd, eds. Computing and social responsibility: a collection of course syllabi. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, 1990. [Book]

1985 – 1989

  • Denning, Peter J., ed. “A debate on teaching computing science.” Communications of the ACM 32.12 (1989): 1397-1414. [Article]
  • Balajthy, Ernest. “Computers and Reading: 1984-1989. Selections from.” (1988). [Report]
  • Price, Donald Eugene. History of the development of a collegiate computer information systems model curriculum to support the business community. University of San Francisco, 1988. [Book]
  • Brown, Alan, and Julian Mills. “Developments in Computer and Information Technology Education and Training and Their Implications for the Youth Training Scheme. Publication No. 1.” (1987). [Report]
  • Feczko, Linda. “Making computing history for 40 years.” Communications of the ACM 30.10 (1987): 849-849. [Article]
  • Ziegler, William L. “Highly structured internship and cooperative education program in computer science.” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 19.3 (1987): 56-64. [Article]
  • Goldberg, Adele. “President’s letter.” Communications of the ACM 29.2 (1986): 84-85. [Article]
  • Graham, Neill. The mind tool: Computers and their impact on society. West Publishing Co., 1986. [Book]
  • Stell, Roberta Lou. An assessment of the content, status and implementation of computer literacy curricula in higher education. University of San Francisco, 1986. [Book]
  • Walker, David D. “International cameos and a plea for co‐operation in new information technologies.” Peabody Journal of Education 64.1 (1986): 130-154. [Article]

1980 – 1984

  • Chew, Robert L. “Bucking the tide: A transition from industry to academe.” Proceedings of the fifteenth SIGCSE technical symposium on computer science education. 1984: 5-9. [Article]
  • Bays, Carter, et al. “Retraining of college faculty for computer science (Panel Session).” Proceedings of the fourteenth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. 1983: 125-126. [Article]
  • Hussain, K. M. “Transfer and Diffusion of Computer Technology to Developing Countries.” (1983). [Report]
  • Aulgur, Jeretta Horn. Status and trends of information systems programs in accredited collegiate schools of business. Oklahoma State University, 1982. [Book]
  • Briggs, Artie, et al. “Seedcorn session.” Proceedings of the ACM’82 conference. 1982: 188. [Article]
  • Bredt, Tom, Charles Lobb, and Nell B. Dale. “Computer science in industry (Panel Discussion).” Proceedings of the twelfth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. 1981: 256. [Article]
  • Boehm, Barry. “Software engineering education.” Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1980, national computer conference. 1980: 781. [Article]
  • Gillespie, Robert G. “Goals for computing in higher education.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 9.2 (1980): 171-178. [Article]
  • Kraly, Thomas M. “Computer science education for industry software personnel (Panel Session).” Proceedings of the ACM 1980 annual conference. 1980: 113. [Article]
  • Walstrom, John, and David Rine. “A study of Personal Computing in Education.” Proceedings of the eleventh SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. 1980: 67-74. [Article]

1975 – 1979

  • Richards, William C. “Evaluation of the attributes of the computer science graduate.” Proceedings of the 17th annual Southeast Regional Conference. 1979: 166-166. [Article]
  • Arnow, Barry. “Cooperative education and realistic student preparation.” Papers of the SIGCSE/CSA technical symposium on Computer science education. 1978: 86-86. [Article]
  • Armstrong, Russell, et al. “Relevance of computer science education to industry and government needs- A critique of the proposed update to curriculum’68.” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 8.3 (1976): 92. [Article]
  • Mulder, Michael. “Model curricula for 4-year computer science and engineering programs.” Proceedings of the 1976 annual conference. 1976: 125. [Article]
  • Ramamoorthy. “Computer science and engineering education.” IEEE Transactions on Computers 100.12 (1976): 1200-1206. [Article]
  • Campbell, John Y. “Computing Education through Program Evaluation.” Engineering Issues: Journal of Professional Activities 101.2 (1975): 149-163. [Article]
  • Honkanen, Pentti A. “Setting the foundations of computer science in a business-oriented program.” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 7.1 (1975): 187-190. [Article]
  • Howard, Alan. “A Plan for Community College Instructional Computing.” (1975). [Report]
  • Pitts, Gerald N., and Barry L. Bateman. “The role of computer science minors in undergraduate and graduate curriculums.” Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1975, national computer conference and exposition. 1975: 901-901. [Article]
  • Webre, Neil. “The master’s practicum: a bridge over the industry/university gap.” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 7.1 (1975): 79-82. [Article]

1970 – 1974

  • Bryson, Alex, and Nikos Theodoropoulos. “2B| Gender Equality.” APPLIED RESEARCH CONFERENCE 2020. Vol. 7. (1974): 24. [Article]
  • Alcorn, Bruce K. “A network for computer users.” Proceedings of the June 4-8, 1973, national computer conference and exposition. (1973): 40-40. [Article]
  • Ashworth Jr, Alton W. “Computing at Central Texas College.” Proceedings of the June 4-8, 1973, national computer conference and exposition. (1973): 385-385. [Article]
  • Harrison, Frederick. “Teaching computer talk.” Education+ Training 15.12 (1973): 421-422. [Article]
  • Highland, Harold Joseph. “Computing at the junior/community college: programs and problems.” Proceedings of the June 4-8, 1973, national computer conference and exposition. (1973): 367-369. [Article]
  • Marsland, T. Anthony, and John Tartar. “A course in minicomputer systems.” Proceedings of the third SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. (1973): 153-156. [Article]
  • Melkanoff, Michel A., Bruce H. Barnes, and Gerald L. Engel. “The masters degree program in computer science.” Proceedings of the June 4-8, 1973, national computer conference and exposition. (1973): 563-563. [Article]
  • Webster, Dennis B., and Victor A. Zaloom. “A computer science option in industrial engineering.” ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 5.1 (1973): 125-127. [Article]
  • Dias, Franklin. “Coelho.” Cidadania (1970): 185. [Article]

1965 – 1969

  • Orlich, Donald C., and Charles O. Hilen. “Telecommunications for Learning.” (1969). [Report]
  • Schultz, T. P. “Population growth and internal migration in Colombia.” (1969). [Report]
  • Goodlad, John I. Application of electronic data processing methods in education. Department of Education, University of California, 1965. [Book]

1960 – 1964

  • Conte, Sam D. “The Computer Sciences Program at Purdue University.” Proceedings of the 1964 19th ACM national conference. 1964. [Article]
  • Tompkins, Howard E. “Computer education.” Advances in Computers. Vol. 4. Elsevier, 1964. 135-168. [Article]


Past – 1959

No publication on “industry” AND “computing education” was accessible.




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