TAILS: Enhancing Expertise, Sociability and Literacy through Teaching Artificial Intelligence as a Lab Science

Integrating Testing into CS/IT Courses Supported by a Cyberlearning Environment

Designing Creative, Balanced, and Synergistic Interdisciplinary Projects for Students in Computing in the Arts Programs

Learning via Student Participation in Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Projects

Using Music to Enhance Learning and Engagement Outcomes for Non-Majors in an Introduction to Programming Course

Improving Student Computer Programming Understanding and Engagement through Computer-Monitored Problem-Solving Discussions

Creating High-Completion CS Online Learning Using Educational Psychology Principles

Expanding and Broadening Undergraduate Learning through Foucused Technical Conference Submission Workshop

NSF TUES Type I: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) in Computer Science (CS)

Developing Virtual and Experiential Learning Materials for Multiple Cybersecurity Educational Paths for Liberal Arts Students