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Experiences teaching writing in a computer science course for the first time

@article{Anewalt2002ExperiencesTW,
  title={Experiences teaching writing in a computer science course for the first time},
  author={Karen Anewalt},
  journal={Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges},
  year={2002},
  volume={18},
  pages={346-355}
}
  • Karen Anewalt
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
  • The concept of improving students' communication skills through writing in computer science courses has received renewed attention in the ACM/IEEE Computing Curriculum 2001 [1] as well in a recently featured column in the SIGCSE Bulletin [3]. While integrating writing into the computer science curriculum is not a new concept, it is a novel idea to many new faculty. This paper describes one instructor's first-time experiences in offering a computer science course with a strong writing component… CONTINUE READING

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