New approaches and techniques for teaching the undergraduate level course in networks and data communications will be discussed. Many of these ideas were presented at the 1998 Workshop on Networking sponsored by NSF and Michigan State University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
This is the report of Working Group 4 of the ITiCSE Conference of 2005. The working group met to introduce some new participants into an ongoing project designed to explore the representation of all the computing and information related disciplines in a single, comprehensive, graphical and interactive structure. The goal of the work is to support the… (More)
Digital Forensics is an emerging discipline within the computing sciences that exhibits both commonalities and uniquenesses with other computing disciplines. This paper seeks to delineate the domain space of Digital Forensics through an evaluation of the knowledge areas represented in existing Digital Forensics academic offerings and an assessment of the… (More)
As the American work force approaches the second millennium, requirements for competency in technology, science, and mathematics are increasing. According to a recent American Association of University Women study, by the year 2000, women and minorities will represent two out of three new participants in this work force. Other research suggests that the… (More)