Volume XXV

Number 1: January - March 2015

CoED paper: Comparing Student Performance on Computer-Based vs. Paper-Based Tests In a First-Year Engineering Course
by Ita, Kecskemety, Ashley and Morin

CoED paper: Talking Teams: Increased Equity in Participation in Online Compared to Face-to-Face Team Discussions
by Fowler

CoED paper: A Pilot Study Exploring Augmented Reality to Increase Motivation of Chinese College Students Learning English
by Li, Chen, Whittinghill and Vorvoreanu

CoED paper: Development of an Interactive Height Measurement Device Using an Arduino Controller – An Independent Study Project
by Cowan and Li

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Multi-Branched Polymers
by Zajac and Bishop

CoED paper: Students Perceptions of an Alternative Testing Method: Hints as an Option for Exam Questions
by Rogers and Schnepp

CoED paper: Design of a Full-Featured Robot Controller for Use in a First-Year Robotics Design Project
by Vernier, Wensing, Morin, Phillips, Rice, Wegman, Hartle, Clingan, Kecskemety and Freuler

CoED paper: Improving the Affective Element in Introductory Programming Coursework for the Non Programmer Student
by Whittinghill, Nelson, Richards and Calahan

CoED paper: Promoting Computational Thinking Skills in an Emergency Management Class with MIT App Inventor
by Shih, Jackson, Hawkins-Wilson, and Yuan

CoED paper: Design of On-Line Courses: Implications for Student Time Management
by Goodson, Miertschin and Stewart

CoED paper: Experiencing The Effects of Clock Transition Times on Clocked Storage Elements
by Lu

 

Number 2: April - June 2015

Table of Contents

Feasibility of Interactive ETextbooks with Computationally Intense Content
by Richard, Collins, Shryock, Whitcomb and Angarita

PollEverywhere! Even in the Classroom: An Investigation into the Impact of Using Polleverywhere in a Large-Lecture Classroom
by Kappers and Cutler

Real-Time DSP Using “See-Through”
by Wright, Welch and Morrow

Self-Assessment of Learning Using Intelligent Interactive Worksheets
by Peterson and Shryock

Development of a Suite of Virtual Experiments for Physics and Chemistry Undergraduate Laboratories
by Satope, Boboye, Akinwale and Kehinde

Expanding a National Network for Automated Analysis of Constructed Response Assessments to Reveal Student Thinking in STEM
by Urban-Lurain, Cooper, Haudek, Kaplan, Knight, Lemons, Lira, Merrill, Nehm, Prevost, Smith and Sydlik

The Impact of Reducing Numerical Methods and Programming Courses on Undergraduate Performance
by Morse, Morse, Uddameri, Hernandez and Ernst

A Hands-On Approach to Binaural Spatial Audio Education
by Faller, Nguyen and Barreto

Use of a CPLD in an Introductory Logic Circuits Course with Software and Hardware Upgrade
by Yu and Hill

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Number 3: July - September 2015

CoED paper: Using LEGO Robots and LabVIEW to Impact Retention
by Jefferson, Steadman, Thomas and Hsiao

CoED paper: Finding Alternate Optimal Solutions in a Two Person Zero-Sum Game with MS-Excel
by Fox

CoED paper: Plotting McCabe-Thiele Diagrams in Microsoft Excel
by Gossage

CoED paper: Finite Element Analysis in Heat Transfer
by Wiggins

CoED paper: Two Person Zero-Sum Games as an Application of Linear Programming Using the Excel Solver
by Fox

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Linear Self-Avoiding Walk Polymers
by Zajac and Bishop

CoED paper: Using Eclipse-based Software Tools to Teach Model-based Design Methodology in a Programming Tools Course and an Embedded Computer Systems Course
by He and Huang

CoED paper: Student Acceptance of Online Textbooks Across Multiple Engineering Courses
by Birdsong, Chen, Tseng and Victorino

CoED paper: Plastic Bottle Structure Design Technique Using Virtual Reality Linked with Finite Element Analysis
by Srihirun, Nimnual and Netpradit

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Two Dimensional Linear Polymers
by Barillas, Borgeson and Bishop

 

Number 4: October - December 2015

CoED paper: The Partial Conflict Game Analysis Without Communication in EXCEL
by William P. Fox

CoED paper: How Challenge Can Affect Concept Acquisition in Game Based Learning
by Whittinghill

CoED paper: Using Hardware-Based Programming Experiences to Enhance Student Learning in a Junior-Level Systems Modeling Course
by Parker, Canfield, Ghafoor and Lum

CoED paper: Application of Web Published Virtual Instruments in Delivering Engineering Instructions and Performing Experimental Research
by Navaee

CoED paper: Evolution of the Instructional Processor
by Hayne and Moore

CoED paper: Worldwide Digital Design Contest: A Decade of Development and Success Developing Students Hardware and Software Skills
by Radu, Dabacan, Cole, Harris, Bot-Ignat and Wong

CoED paper: Development and Usability Testing of a Student Mobile Application for the AIChE Concept Warehouse
by White, Brooks and Koretsky

CoED paper: Pilot Study on Applying Natural Language Processing Techniques to Classify Student Responses to Open-Ended Problems to Improve Peer Review Assignments
by Verleger

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Linear Self-Avoiding Walk Polymers in Various Dimensions
by Barillas and Bishop

CoED paper: Design Elements of a Mobile Robotics Course Based on Student Feedback
by Gilmore

Teaching a First Course in Human-Robot Interaction
by Berry

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Full Text of CoED Papers

 

 

 

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Volume XXV

Number 1: January - March 2015

CoED paper: Comparing Student Performance on Computer-Based vs. Paper-Based Tests In a First-Year Engineering Course
by Ita, Kecskemety, Ashley and Morin

CoED paper: Talking Teams: Increased Equity in Participation in Online Compared to Face-to-Face Team Discussions
by Fowler

CoED paper: A Pilot Study Exploring Augmented Reality to Increase Motivation of Chinese College Students Learning English
by Li, Chen, Whittinghill and Vorvoreanu

CoED paper: Development of an Interactive Height Measurement Device Using an Arduino Controller – An Independent Study Project
by Cowan and Li

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Multi-Branched Polymers
by Zajac and Bishop

CoED paper: Students Perceptions of an Alternative Testing Method: Hints as an Option for Exam Questions
by Rogers and Schnepp

CoED paper: Design of a Full-Featured Robot Controller for Use in a First-Year Robotics Design Project
by Vernier, Wensing, Morin, Phillips, Rice, Wegman, Hartle, Clingan, Kecskemety and Freuler

CoED paper: Improving the Affective Element in Introductory Programming Coursework for the Non Programmer Student
by Whittinghill, Nelson, Richards and Calahan

CoED paper: Promoting Computational Thinking Skills in an Emergency Management Class with MIT App Inventor
by Shih, Jackson, Hawkins-Wilson, and Yuan

CoED paper: Design of On-Line Courses: Implications for Student Time Management
by Goodson, Miertschin and Stewart

CoED paper: Experiencing The Effects of Clock Transition Times on Clocked Storage Elements
by Lu

 

Number 2: April - June 2015

Table of Contents

Feasibility of Interactive ETextbooks with Computationally Intense Content
by Richard, Collins, Shryock, Whitcomb and Angarita

PollEverywhere! Even in the Classroom: An Investigation into the Impact of Using Polleverywhere in a Large-Lecture Classroom
by Kappers and Cutler

Real-Time DSP Using “See-Through”
by Wright, Welch and Morrow

Self-Assessment of Learning Using Intelligent Interactive Worksheets
by Peterson and Shryock

Development of a Suite of Virtual Experiments for Physics and Chemistry Undergraduate Laboratories
by Satope, Boboye, Akinwale and Kehinde

Expanding a National Network for Automated Analysis of Constructed Response Assessments to Reveal Student Thinking in STEM
by Urban-Lurain, Cooper, Haudek, Kaplan, Knight, Lemons, Lira, Merrill, Nehm, Prevost, Smith and Sydlik

The Impact of Reducing Numerical Methods and Programming Courses on Undergraduate Performance
by Morse, Morse, Uddameri, Hernandez and Ernst

A Hands-On Approach to Binaural Spatial Audio Education
by Faller, Nguyen and Barreto

Use of a CPLD in an Introductory Logic Circuits Course with Software and Hardware Upgrade
by Yu and Hill

Newsletter

 

Number 3: July - September 2015

CoED paper: Using LEGO Robots and LabVIEW to Impact Retention
by Jefferson, Steadman, Thomas and Hsiao

CoED paper: Finding Alternate Optimal Solutions in a Two Person Zero-Sum Game with MS-Excel
by Fox

CoED paper: Plotting McCabe-Thiele Diagrams in Microsoft Excel
by Gossage

CoED paper: Finite Element Analysis in Heat Transfer
by Wiggins

CoED paper: Two Person Zero-Sum Games as an Application of Linear Programming Using the Excel Solver
by Fox

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Linear Self-Avoiding Walk Polymers
by Zajac and Bishop

CoED paper: Using Eclipse-based Software Tools to Teach Model-based Design Methodology in a Programming Tools Course and an Embedded Computer Systems Course
by He and Huang

CoED paper: Student Acceptance of Online Textbooks Across Multiple Engineering Courses
by Birdsong, Chen, Tseng and Victorino

CoED paper: Plastic Bottle Structure Design Technique Using Virtual Reality Linked with Finite Element Analysis
by Srihirun, Nimnual and Netpradit

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Two Dimensional Linear Polymers
by Barillas, Borgeson and Bishop

 

Number 4: October - December 2015

CoED paper: The Partial Conflict Game Analysis Without Communication in EXCEL
by William P. Fox

CoED paper: How Challenge Can Affect Concept Acquisition in Game Based Learning
by Whittinghill

CoED paper: Using Hardware-Based Programming Experiences to Enhance Student Learning in a Junior-Level Systems Modeling Course
by Parker, Canfield, Ghafoor and Lum

CoED paper: Application of Web Published Virtual Instruments in Delivering Engineering Instructions and Performing Experimental Research
by Navaee

CoED paper: Evolution of the Instructional Processor
by Hayne and Moore

CoED paper: Worldwide Digital Design Contest: A Decade of Development and Success Developing Students Hardware and Software Skills
by Radu, Dabacan, Cole, Harris, Bot-Ignat and Wong

CoED paper: Development and Usability Testing of a Student Mobile Application for the AIChE Concept Warehouse
by White, Brooks and Koretsky

CoED paper: Pilot Study on Applying Natural Language Processing Techniques to Classify Student Responses to Open-Ended Problems to Improve Peer Review Assignments
by Verleger

CoED paper: Monte Carlo Studies of Linear Self-Avoiding Walk Polymers in Various Dimensions
by Barillas and Bishop

CoED paper: Design Elements of a Mobile Robotics Course Based on Student Feedback
by Gilmore

Teaching a First Course in Human-Robot Interaction
by Berry

Newsletter

 

 

Full Text of CoED Papers

 

 

 

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