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    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

    Available in December: Programming with JavaScript

    Posted by admin on Nov 29, 2011 1:24:02 PM

    Programming with JavaScript: Algorithms and Applications for Desktop and Mobile Browsers

    John David Dionisio, PhD, Loyola Marymount University
    Ray Toal, PhD, Loyola Marymount University

    ISBN-13: 9780763780609  |  © 2013
    Will Publish: 12/16/2011

    Preview Chapter 9: Graphics & Animation

     

    Used in millions of web pages, JavaScript is an excellent teaching language and ideal for students delving into computer science for the first time. Designed specifically for the CS1 introductory programming course, Programming with JavaScript: Algorithms and Applications for Desktop and Mobile Browsers introduces students to computer science and programming using a modern approach. The text correlates to the ACM/IEEE CS1 course requirements and provides real-world case studies and numerous exercises throughout. The case studies show readers actual examples and their development from inception to final product.

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    Topics: New Text, forthcoming, Applications, Desktop, Java, JavaScript, Programming, algorithms

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