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Using Inexpensive Microclusters and Accessible Materials for Cost-Effective Parallel and Distributed Computing Education

Joel Adams, Suzanne J. Matthews, Elizabeth Shoop, David Toth, James Wolfer
2017 The Journal of Computational Science Education  
Raspberry Pi.  ...  With parallel and distributed computing (PDC) now in the core CS curriculum, CS educators are building new pedagogical tools to teach their students about this cutting-edge area of computing.  ...  The opinions in this work are solely of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Army, or the Department of Defense.  ... 
doi:10.22369/issn.2153-4136/8/3/1 fatcat:fd6zzel3ingbxohelhtwszwhcm

Incorporating Complexity in Computing Camps for High School Students – A Report on the Summer Computing Academy Program at Texas A&M University

Dhruva K. Chakravorty, Marinus "Maikel" Pennings, Honggao Liu, Xien Thomas, Dylan Rodriguez, Lisa M. Perez
2020 The Journal of Computational Science Education  
The Summer Computing Academy effectively uses cloud computing paradigms, artificial intelligence technologies coupled with Raspberry Pi micro-controllers and sensors to demonstrate "computational thinking  ...  The program is steeped in wellreviewed pedagogy; the refinement of the educational methods based on constant assessment is a critical factor that has contributed to its success.  ...  educational guidelines for CS course [2] .  ... 
doi:10.22369/issn.2153-4136/11/1/3 fatcat:b3c67dxadfghfbb247j2zihalu

The Zen of Graduate-level Programming [article]

Zubair Nabi
2014 arXiv   pre-print
In addition, the paper also discusses in detail the evaluation instruments employed for the course.  ...  Unfortunately, the graduate level curriculum is lagging far behind in computer science education literature and research.  ...  For this exercise, students were provided with a Raspberry Pi image which they mounted using QEMU [3] .  ... 
arXiv:1405.2489v1 fatcat:42kzlc64cjfijeitarstao5k7m

Blockytalky: A Physical And Distributed Computer Music Toolkit For Kids

R. Benjamin Shapiro, Rebecca Fiebrink, Matthew Ahrens, Annie Kelly
2016 Zenodo  
We conclude by suggesting a number of future directions for NIME researchers interested in education.  ...  This vision could dramatically impact computer science education, simultaneously modernizing the field and drawing in diverse new participants.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the National Science Foundation (CNS-1418463), the NCWIT Acadamic Alliance Seed Fund, and LEGO Education for funding this work.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1176120 fatcat:zaqd2vrwl5gqpjiittceu4zduy

Chameleon@Edge Community Workshop Report

Kate Keahey, Jason Anderson, Michael Sherman, Zhuo Zhen, Mark Powers, Isabel Brunkan, Adam Cooper
2021 Zenodo  
To assess the alignment of the this set of capabilities with researchers' needs (i.e., the product definition for the testbed) the Chameleon team organized a community workshop where experimenters showcased  ...  projects developed on CHI@Edge and discussed testbed requirements needed for the advancement of current and future research.  ...  The initial CHI@Edge hardware deployment offered during the summer (referred to as the CHI@Edge static pool of devices in the rest of document) consisted of one Raspberry Pi 3, seven Raspberry Pi 4s, and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5777343 fatcat:benvwojwi5ahpnixps4m7mqqpm

Ants Go Marching—Integrating Computer Science into Teacher Professional Development with NetLogo

Mike Borowczak, Andrea Burrows
2019 Education Sciences  
There is a clear call for pre-collegiate students in the United States to become literate in computer science (CS) concepts and practices through integrated, authentic experiences and instruction.  ...  The results show that although the pre-collegiate teachers adopted CS instruction, the CS implementation within their curricula was limited to the activities and scope of the PD with few adaptations and  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge all the pre-collegiate teacher participants from the RAMPED PD, and especially Crystal and Joshua for their specific insights and feedback to this work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9010066 fatcat:z37vpmsrwjha7ah6gylcsgsopy

Tangible Distributed Computer Music for Youth

R. Benjamin Shapiro, Annie Kelly, Matthew Ahrens, Ben Johnson, Heather Politi, Rebecca Fiebrink
2017 Computer Music Journal  
This vision could dramatically impact computer science education, simultaneously modernizing the field and drawing in diverse new participants.  ...  In this article, we describe our work creating an interactive computer music toolkit for kids called BlockyTalky.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the National Science Foundation (CNS-1418463 & CNS-1562040), the NCWIT Acadamic Alliance Seed Fund, and LEGO Education for funding this work.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00420 fatcat:pyplljjm6fb2zhxtqn755akirq

A hands-on modular laboratory environment to foster learning in control system security

Pallavi P. Deshmukh, Cameron D. Patterson, William T. Baumann
2016 2016 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)  
These modules leverage the existing academic subjects, help students understand the sequence of steps taken by adversaries, and serve to bridge theory and practice.  ...  A mock testbed environment is created using commercial-off-the-shelf hardware to address the unique aspects of a CPS, and serve as a cybersecurity trainer for students from control system or IT backgrounds  ...  In our system, the remote surveillance system is implemented using a Raspberry Pi camera module and a MJPG-streamer implemented in the Raspberry Pi (RTU).  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2016.7757669 dblp:conf/fie/DeshmukhPB16 fatcat:jtypcpldgvd5hjlyfa5pis4qo4

Exploring Internet of Things, Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Computing in Computer Science Education: A Systematic Mapping Study

Olga Fragou, Anna Mavroudi
2019 International journal of technology in education and science  
To date, methods and techniques for the application of these technologies in real life situations have continued to emerge; however, their use in education settings focusing on existing practices remain  ...  An appropriate methodological protocol has been adopted from the literature for the analysis, filtering, evaluation and report of the evidence.  ...  Arduino and Raspberry Pi emerged as popular platforms for developing UMI applications.  ... 
doi:10.46328/ijtes.v4i1.47 fatcat:nzrpuaigmbactnhpxgmt33uk3e

Let's Frets! Assisting Guitar Students During Practice via Capacitive Sensing

Karola Marky, Andreas Weiß, Andrii Matviienko, Florian Brandherm, Sebastian Wolf, Martin Schmitz, Florian Krell, Florian Müller, Max Mühlhäuser, Thomas Kosch
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
However, students are often on their own during their practice sessions due to the limited time with their teachers, which increases the likelihood of mislearning playing techniques.  ...  In a user study (N=24), we evaluated the feedback modules of Let's Frets against fretboard charts.  ...  We furthermore thank Paul Seesemann who supported the data collection of the interview study, the guitar teachers Julian Gramm and Klaus Rosenthal for their feedback, and Rasmus Westphal for his performance  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445595 fatcat:ubxd2pmbt5botezvzu66nogd2m

NITESat: A High Resolution, Full-Color, Light Pollution Imaging Satellite Mission

Ken Walczak, Geza Gyuk, Andrew Kruger, Enoch Byers, Sigi Huerta
2017 International Journal of Sustainable Lighting  
Far Horizons is a student and volunteer centered program offering hands-on engineering and scientific research opportunities for education.  ...  In addition, GONet will form the core of an educational outreach program by establishing an array of all-sky monitors covering the imaging region of the satellite with 20+ full sky light pollution citizen-operated  ...  For the first test flight, the GONet station used a Raspberry Pi 2 and was equipped with a Point Grey Firefly MV 13S2C-CS, a fisheye lens, GPS, and a calibrated light source to help confirm the sensitivity  ... 
doi:10.26607/ijsl.v19i1.68 fatcat:ova6rb3grrefpj75wfzjpq6tey

Perspectives on Successfully Implementing BME Design Courses Online: Notes from an ASEE Workshop

William H. Guilford, Rachael H. Schmedlen
2020 Biomedical Engineering Education  
testing of physical objects for the most part ceased.  ...  Kits, tools, and other items were often left in student apartments and dormitories and so were unavailable to them for half of the semester. Computationally-intensive software or software  ...  The use of digital electronics learning packages like MyDAQ, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi was common among these, as was instruction and use of computer-aided design (CAD).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43683-020-00026-9 fatcat:coig4k62mbbxxnaq3ncvs6aq7i

The First Named Data Networking Community Meeting

kc claffy, Josh Polterock, Alexander Afanasyev, Jeff Burke, Lixia Zhang
2015 Computer communication review  
The meeting provided a platform for the attendees from 39 institutions across seven countries to exchange their recent NDN research and development results, to debate existing and proposed functionality  ...  in security support, and to provide feedback into the NDN architecture design evolution.  ...  Adeola Bannis (UCLA REMAP) presented her work on developing an NDN IoT software toolkit running on the Raspberry Pi platform to support experimentation in sensing and monitoring. 7 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2766330.2766336 fatcat:uhwmmkunojf45gphv7ybelpkru

Foundation of CS-DC e-Laboratory: Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging [chapter]

Masatoshi Funabashi, Peter Hanappe, Takashi Isozaki, AnneMarie Maes, Takahiro Sasaki, Luc Steels, Kaoru Yoshida
2016 First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015  
We established a Complex Systems Digital Campus(CS-DC) e-laboratory "Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging" in view of redesigning sustainable social-ecological systems related to food production  ...  As a transversal methodology we apply open systems science to deepen scientific understanding and for a continuous amelioration of the management.  ...  For recording the video images, we use Raspberry Pi computers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45901-1_37 fatcat:fyoqcc52mvbxrie7b2ksxwynqy

Transforming introductory computer science projects via real-time web data

Austin Cory Bart, Eli Tilevich, Simin Hall, Tony Allevato, Clifford A. Shaffer
2014 Proceedings of the 45th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '14  
In addition, to adequately prepare students for the realities of modern software engineering, educators should introduce issues pertaining to distributed computing early in the curriculum.  ...  A rapid-prototyping tool available through the project's website facilitates the development of client libraries with easily accessible APIs for new real-time Web-based data sources.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported by the National Science Foundation through the Grant TUES #1140318.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2538862.2538941 dblp:conf/sigcse/BartTHAS14 fatcat:j2mm256e5rb2zmkbyfhsc5dmn4
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