Computers in Education Journal

Volume XX

Number 1 -- January - March 2010

Lessons Learned From Teaching Dynamic Systems & Control with a Video Game
Coller

Connecting With Alumni: An Experiment in Social Networking Using Facebook Groups
Estell

Review of the State of the Art in Virtual Learning Environments Based on Multi-Player Computer Games
Aziz, Esche and Chassapis

Mobile Robot Tracking in Wireless Sensor Networks
Leow and Shang

Fuzzy Controller for a Semi-Autonomous Quad-Rotor Helicoptor
Rios-Gutierrez and Kshatri

Preliminary Analysis of Cogeneration Heat Exchanger Configurations
Maixner and Heaps

Visualizing Linear Transformations Using the Condition Number of a Matrix
Farley

Virtual Learning Environments for Manufacturing Education and Training
Manesh and Schaefer

A Way to Increase the Engineering Studentís Qualitative Understanding of Particle Kinematics and Kinetics by Utilizing Interactive Web Based Animation Software
Stanley

Virtual Factory Models: Do They Help Students Learn?
Whitman, Jorgensen and Chaparro

Number 2 -- April - June 2010

Use of a Low-Cost Camera-Based Positioning System in a First-Year Engineering Cornerstone Design Project
Vernier, Morin, Wensing, Hartlage, Carruthers and Freuler

Internet-Based Remote Control Using a Microcontroller and an Embedded Ethernet
Ahmed, Wong and Kapila

Deliberate Engagement of Laptops in Large Lecture Classes to Improve Attentiveness and Engagement
Samson

Development of a Matlab Data Acquisition and Control Toolbox for PIC Microcontrollers
Lee, Panda, Kapila and Wong

Preliminary Survey on Visual/Verbal Dimension in Feldman-Soloman Model And Assessment Format in an Introductory Programming Course
Loke and Munusamy

On the Use of Simulation Software to Enhance Student Understanding of Dynamics
Mazzei

Creating a First Year Problem Solving and Programming Course for Engineers and Scientists
Jarvis, Heltne, Jalkio, Greene and Johnston

The Development and Field Test of a Remote and Virtual Laboratory For Laser Cladding Technology
Song, Johnson, Pilcher, Billman, Vohra, Wang and Billman

An ìEverything is Aliveî Agent-Based Architecture for an Online Radio Frequency Identification Learning Environment Animation Software
Lehlou, Buyurgan and Chimka

An Efficient Way to Increase the Engineering Studentís Fundamental Understanding of Thermodynamics by Utilizing Interactive Web Based Animation Software
Stanley and DiGiuseppe

Number 3 -- July - September 2010

Role of Automated Symbolic Generation of Equations of Motion to Enhance Robotics Education
Shah, Tripathi, Lee and Krovi

Development of a Successful Open-Ended Robotics Design Course at the High School Level
Ayanian, Keller, Cappelleri and Kumar

A Multidisciplinary Robotics Learning Environment: What Mindstorms and DARPA Urban Challenge Have in Common
Spencer and Jaksic

Moving Without Wheels: Educational Experiments in Robot Design and Locomotion
Bishop, Esposito and Piepmeier

Teaching Robot Motion Planning
Moll, Bordeaux and Kavraki

Peer-To-Peer Learning in Robotics Education: Lessons from a Challenge Project Class
Correll and Rus

Mobile Robotics: A Tool for Application-Based Integration of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Concepts and Research
Berry

A Novel Lab and Project-Based Learning Introductory Robotics Course
Cappelleri

Implementation of an Undergraduate Robotics Engineering Curriculum
Padir, Gennert, Fischer, Michalson and Cobb

A Multidisciplinary Robotics Minor
Boutell, Berry, Fisher and Chenoweth

Number 4 -- October - December 2010

Transient Heat Conduction in a Sphere
Wiggins

Moments of Velocity in Arbitrary Dimension
Asfaw and Bishop

Using Metacognitive Strategies in a Virtual Reality Environment For Field Dependent Learners
Kaewprapan and Suksakulchai

A Research-Driven Approach to Undergraduate Robotics Education
Singh, Fitch and Williams

Project Based Robotics at Queensborough Community College
Mangra, Buoncora and Gayle

Modeling and Simulation of the Two Dimensional Scattering Factor of Star Polymers
Forzaglia and Bishop

A Framework for the Integration of Information Security and Risk Analysis Concepts into an Undergraduate Engineering Technology Degree
Anwar and Ryoo

Studying Sensors in the Introductory Robotics Course
Verner and Ahlgren

HDL Based Design Problems for Computer Architecture
Hager, Barrett, Wright and Hamann

Bridging Theory and Practice in a Dual Level Robotics Course for Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
Ren, Hong, Terpenny and Goff

A Rapid Prototyping Experiment for Undergraduate Laboratory Course
Choi, Hagan, Krohe and Schaefer

Getting Your Robotic Arms around Computing Curricula
van Delden

Using Computational Tools to Enhance Problem Solving
Joines, Raubenheimer and Craig

 

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Computers in Education Journal

Volume XX

Number 1 -- January - March 2010

Lessons Learned From Teaching Dynamic Systems & Control with a Video Game
Coller

Connecting With Alumni: An Experiment in Social Networking Using Facebook Groups
Estell

Review of the State of the Art in Virtual Learning Environments Based on Multi-Player Computer Games
Aziz, Esche and Chassapis

Mobile Robot Tracking in Wireless Sensor Networks
Leow and Shang

Fuzzy Controller for a Semi-Autonomous Quad-Rotor Helicoptor
Rios-Gutierrez and Kshatri

Preliminary Analysis of Cogeneration Heat Exchanger Configurations
Maixner and Heaps

Visualizing Linear Transformations Using the Condition Number of a Matrix
Farley

Virtual Learning Environments for Manufacturing Education and Training
Manesh and Schaefer

A Way to Increase the Engineering Studentís Qualitative Understanding of Particle Kinematics and Kinetics by Utilizing Interactive Web Based Animation Software
Stanley

Virtual Factory Models: Do They Help Students Learn?
Whitman, Jorgensen and Chaparro

Number 2 -- April - June 2010

Use of a Low-Cost Camera-Based Positioning System in a First-Year Engineering Cornerstone Design Project
Vernier, Morin, Wensing, Hartlage, Carruthers and Freuler

Internet-Based Remote Control Using a Microcontroller and an Embedded Ethernet
Ahmed, Wong and Kapila

Deliberate Engagement of Laptops in Large Lecture Classes to Improve Attentiveness and Engagement
Samson

Development of a Matlab Data Acquisition and Control Toolbox for PIC Microcontrollers
Lee, Panda, Kapila and Wong

Preliminary Survey on Visual/Verbal Dimension in Feldman-Soloman Model And Assessment Format in an Introductory Programming Course
Loke and Munusamy

On the Use of Simulation Software to Enhance Student Understanding of Dynamics
Mazzei

Creating a First Year Problem Solving and Programming Course for Engineers and Scientists
Jarvis, Heltne, Jalkio, Greene and Johnston

The Development and Field Test of a Remote and Virtual Laboratory For Laser Cladding Technology
Song, Johnson, Pilcher, Billman, Vohra, Wang and Billman

An ìEverything is Aliveî Agent-Based Architecture for an Online Radio Frequency Identification Learning Environment Animation Software
Lehlou, Buyurgan and Chimka

An Efficient Way to Increase the Engineering Studentís Fundamental Understanding of Thermodynamics by Utilizing Interactive Web Based Animation Software
Stanley and DiGiuseppe

Number 3 -- July - September 2010

Role of Automated Symbolic Generation of Equations of Motion to Enhance Robotics Education
Shah, Tripathi, Lee and Krovi

Development of a Successful Open-Ended Robotics Design Course at the High School Level
Ayanian, Keller, Cappelleri and Kumar

A Multidisciplinary Robotics Learning Environment: What Mindstorms and DARPA Urban Challenge Have in Common
Spencer and Jaksic

Moving Without Wheels: Educational Experiments in Robot Design and Locomotion
Bishop, Esposito and Piepmeier

Teaching Robot Motion Planning
Moll, Bordeaux and Kavraki

Peer-To-Peer Learning in Robotics Education: Lessons from a Challenge Project Class
Correll and Rus

Mobile Robotics: A Tool for Application-Based Integration of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Concepts and Research
Berry

A Novel Lab and Project-Based Learning Introductory Robotics Course
Cappelleri

Implementation of an Undergraduate Robotics Engineering Curriculum
Padir, Gennert, Fischer, Michalson and Cobb

A Multidisciplinary Robotics Minor
Boutell, Berry, Fisher and Chenoweth

Number 4 -- October - December 2010

Transient Heat Conduction in a Sphere
Wiggins

Moments of Velocity in Arbitrary Dimension
Asfaw and Bishop

Using Metacognitive Strategies in a Virtual Reality Environment For Field Dependent Learners
Kaewprapan and Suksakulchai

A Research-Driven Approach to Undergraduate Robotics Education
Singh, Fitch and Williams

Project Based Robotics at Queensborough Community College
Mangra, Buoncora and Gayle

Modeling and Simulation of the Two Dimensional Scattering Factor of Star Polymers
Forzaglia and Bishop

A Framework for the Integration of Information Security and Risk Analysis Concepts into an Undergraduate Engineering Technology Degree
Anwar and Ryoo

Studying Sensors in the Introductory Robotics Course
Verner and Ahlgren

HDL Based Design Problems for Computer Architecture
Hager, Barrett, Wright and Hamann

Bridging Theory and Practice in a Dual Level Robotics Course for Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
Ren, Hong, Terpenny and Goff

A Rapid Prototyping Experiment for Undergraduate Laboratory Course
Choi, Hagan, Krohe and Schaefer

Getting Your Robotic Arms around Computing Curricula
van Delden

Using Computational Tools to Enhance Problem Solving
Joines, Raubenheimer and Craig

 

Full Text of CoED Papers

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