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    Computer Science and Digital Arts: A Multimedia Approach

    Posted by Lindsay White on Jul 30, 2012 1:31:55 PM

    California Institute of the Arts in Valencia CA, is combining computer science with digital arts.  The art school will offer a two-semester digital arts program to their undergraduates starting this fall. The institute's associate dean of research and development in digital arts, Ajay Kapur, understands the importance of providing students with basic programming skills,

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    Topics: Computer Science, Introduction to Computer Science, New Text, New text, CalArts, digital art, Java, java, Programming, multimedia

    Customizing Your Computer Science Curriculum Content is Now Easier Than Ever with Jones & Bartlett Learning PUBLISH

    Posted by admin on May 14, 2012 12:46:47 PM

    Perhaps you are covering JavaScript in your introduction to computer science course but you do not need an entire textbook. Or maybe you want to include a lesson on cyberethics in your information security course. The bottom line is, you know the material you want to teach, so why not customize the content to meet your exact curriculum needs?

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    Topics: Computer Science, computing, Information Security, Introduction to Computer Science, PUBLISH, Algorithms, Computer Architecture, Computer Organization, Cyberethics, Java, java, JavaScript, Programming

    Java Illuminated, Third Edition Offers FREE Access to Custom CodeLab

    Posted by admin on Mar 21, 2011 2:42:02 PM

    Provide your introductory java programming students an "Active Learning" experience with Turings Craft Custom CodeLab®

    Jones & Bartlett Learning is excited to offer Custom CodeLab with the recently published Third Editions of the best-selling text Java Illuminated.  Furthermore, access to this outstanding learning tool is free with new copies of the text!

    CodeLab is a web-based interactive programming exercise service that has been customized to accompany each text. It provides over 300 short exercises, each focused on a particular programming idea or language construct. The student types in code and the system immediately judges its correctness, offering hints when the submission is incorrect. Through this process, the student gains mastery over the semantics, syntax and common usage of the language elements.

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    Topics: Active Learning, New Edition, new edition, interactive, Java, java

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